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Good Things Chords

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Tuning
novice
D# G# C# F# A# D#
Eb Standard Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb

Chords
E: 022100
G#m: 466444
C#m: x46654
B: x24442
E2: 079900
A: 577655
Ab: 577555

For the quieter parts, I just play a power chord instead of the whole chord to give it a 
little dynamics. The other tab I read on here was wrong.


E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
I've having a horrible time
E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
Pulling myself together
E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
I've been closing my eyes to find
E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
The old, familiar failures

Open chords up here

E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
I've been having a horrible time
E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
Pulling myself together
E      G#m     C#m     B     E/G#m/C#m/B
I've been closing my eyes to find
E            G#m           A       E
Why all good things should fall apart X4

Hold on E for a bit, then go into the next verse
Same as above, stays quiet until the last line

I've been having a horrible time
Pulling myself together
I've been closing my eyes to find
Why all good things should fall apart X4

Same deal, hold on E, do the yeahs!
Yeah, yeah, yeah

         C#m            E2
Like when we would take rides
B       G#m      A     Am
In your American muscle car
                C#m            E2
I felt American for once in my life
B    G#m    A     Am
I never felt it again
E           G#m           A      E
So all good things should fall apart X4


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Mean Mr Mustard 5,388 wrote on January 19 2013, 03:41 pm

In the bridge, it's all just powerchords but the Am would be out of key if you did play it. Also, the G#m should be a C#m

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ironicallyindie 311 wrote on March 15 2014, 12:54 pm

The Am is correct, it doesn't matter if its out of key, the typical "going from major to minor chord at the end of a progression" -thing is used here. but yeah the G#m in the bridge should be a c#m

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