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Light Me Up Chords

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Next The Pretty Reckless tab - Light me up. I hope my hearing is good.
I've selected 'intermediate' because chords are not easy and I don't know 
how you, but my hand hurts ;)
Enjoy, jellytime.


Intro: A#

A#
Does what I'm wearing seem to shock you? 
Well that's okay
Cus what I'm thinking about you is not okay 
I've got it on my mind to change my ways 
But I don't think I can be anything other than me 
No, I don't think I can be anything other than me 

G#             D#
Do you have a light? 
         A#
Can you make me feel alright? 
G#                 D#          A#
There's plenty of white to go around
Do you think its right when you hit me to the ground? 
Well, light me up when I'm down 
Light me up when I'm down 

A#
Does what I'm saying seem to haunt you? 
Well that's okay
Cus what I'm saying about you is not okay 
I've got it on my mind to change my ways 
But I don't think I can be anything other than me 
No, I don't think I can be anything other than me 

Chorus

G#       D#          A#
Light me up when I'm down x4

A#
Is what I'm taking seem to bother you?
Well, that's okay
Cause I can't take it all without you, and I'm okay
Got it on my mind to change my ways
But I don't think I can be anything other than me
I don't think I can be anything other than me

Chorus

G#       D#           A#
Light me up when I'm down x4

G# D# A#
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Sugar_Celebi wrote on October 24 2010, 06:09 pm

It's decent, but there's definitely some chords missing, it's not all one chord in the verses.
Also if you capo it on the first fret then the chords are MUCH easier (A, G, D) :)

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randomhippie wrote on November 2 2012, 02:44 pm

I agree with Sugar_Celebi. If you transpose it a half step down and put a capo on the first fret then you're good.

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karriejjj wrote on May 17 2013, 02:43 pm

it's great, i transpose it a half step down so i play the A, G, D, and it sounds really good !

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