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Glasgow Coma Scale Blues chords

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Note: Use the following video as reference
      Cover by sshnrub: https://youtu.be/RI8irRcF0z0
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Chords (low to high, in order of appearance)
E 022100  G 320033  A X0222X  G# 466544  C#m X46654  C#m/C X36654  Bm X24432  B5 X244XX
E5 X799XX  D5 X577XX  C#5 X466XX  C#5/C X366XX


INTRO

|| ----------------- ||   Playing tip: Mute the surrounding strings so you can hit
|| ----------------- ||   really hard the E (D string, 2nd fret) and A# (G string, 3rd fret)
||O----3-----3-2-0--O||   notes. The A (G string, 2nd fret) and G (G string, free) notes
||O-2-----2---------O||   must be picked more carefully to avoid ringing other strings.
|| ----------------- ||
|| ----------------- ||X4


VERSE I

  E     G  A                                     Playing tip: the G chord is strummed as a
I see me                                         "passing-by" chord, only once. Strum mainly
                   E      G  A                   the lower strings. Check the referenced video.
Oh, you won't even see me
        E      G  A
Yeah, I see you
                             E          G  A
In fact I'm looking straight through you

                             E      G  A
And now you say you're gonna fool me
                                  E     G  A
Ain't 'bout a place where he does see me
                                 E       G  A
But that don't mean that I can't free you
                            E      G  A
'Cause I don't always wanna see you


PRE-CHORUS

G#
The only thing that kept us apart
         C#m    C#m/C  Bm              Playing tip: C#m and C#m/C only differ in the root note,
Was your colder loving heart           which is located in the A string. To change between those
               B5                      chords, only move your index finger slightly.
You can't pull hard back to me


CHORUS

     E                          A
What happened to the joy in the hearts of the boys?
        E                        A
At the start of the part of the scene?
        E                       A
They go harder it seems, dreams shared and pulled apart
    E                        A
One dream broken by two libertines


INTERLUDE 

|| ----------------- ||
|| ----------------- ||
||O----3-----3-2-0--O||
||O-2-----2---------O||
|| ----------------- ||
|| ----------------- ||X4


VERSE II

               E   G  A
You think it's easy     
                              E        G  A
Not with a best friend that deceives me
                          E   G  A
Oh, yeah, it's so hard to bear
                         E     G  A
When he got cat man to him come


PRE-CHORUS

G#
The only thing that kept it going on
    C#m                     C#m/C       Bm
Was lust for companionship, whiskey and song
                B5
How would it go wrong?

Seriously!


CHORUS

     E                          A
What happened to the joy in the hearts of the boys?
       E                         A
At the start of the part of the scene?
        E                        A
They go harder, it seems, dreams shared and pulled apart
    E                        A     E (let ring)
One dream broken by two libertines


INTERLUDE

E5  D5  C#5  C#5/C  B5
E5  D5  C#5  C#5/C  B5

GUITAR SOLO

E5  D5  C#5  C#5/C  B5
E5  D5  C#5  C#5/C  B5


CHORUS

     E                          A
What happened to the joy in the hearts of the boys?
       E                         A
At the start of the part of the scene?
        E                        A
They go harder, it seems, dreams shared and pulled apart
    E                        A     
One dream broken by two libertines

     E                          A
What happened to the joy in the hearts of the boys?
       E                         A
At the start of the part of the scene?
        E                        A
They go harder, it seems, dreams shared and pulled apart
    E                        A
One dream broken by two libertines


OUTRO

|| ----------------- ||
|| ----------------- ||
||O----3-----3-2-0--O||
||O-2-----2---------O||
|| ----------------- ||
|| ----------------- ||X4

Can you go alone now?


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screamo_core 435 Aug 26, 2015 06:38 PM

Just when I learn it by ear and post mine, yours comes up. It hasn't been approved yet though. It's similar but not entirely the same. Still, I'll give you 5 stars!

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Pelusteriano 5,295 Aug 27, 2015 12:34 AM, edited at 04:35 am

Thanks for the rating!

When Gunga Din came out I was too late for the chords/tab party and totally lost it! Then you won the race for Anthem for Doomed Youth!. I love the Libertines and wanted to be part of the party!

So, there you go, at least got one of them!

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screamo_core 435 Aug 26, 2015 06:43 PM

I have a recommendation, instead of Bm in the pre-chorus I play E. I can hear where the B notes comes from though, I think that's just the bass. I'm not sure though.

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