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A Beautiful Death Acoustic chords

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A take on the awesome song 'A Beautiful Death' by Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, intended for Acoustic
Guitar. It's probably not perfect, but I figured we needed something for this great song.

      G
E - - 3 - -
A - - 5 - -
D - - 5 - -
G - - 4 - -
B - - 3 - -
E - - 3 - -

The G can be played with an open voicing but I prefer the Barre chord. Listen to the song to get an idea of
the strumming pattern.

[Intro]
Am C/G x2

[Verse]
   Am                      
I don't know how to say this
C/G
But I've gotta go
        Am
There's nothing I can say to you
     C/G
You don't already know.
     Am
It's not as if we grew apart
C/G
It's just that you got old.
       Am
You've always tried to keep me warm
C/G
But I've never felt as cold.


[Chorus]
        Am            G
And I'm sorry I can't tell you
       F            E
That I love you anymore.
       Am            G
But I care about you more now
       F        E
Than I ever did before.
F               Em D
If you can hear me crying
F                 Em D
Then I'm sorry if it hurts.
F                Em  D          
Though your pain has lifted I feel worse


Repeat the chords for the other verses and the chorus. I hope you found this useful! Feel free to suggest
corrections, because I'm certain this is lacking in places.

            
            
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wmacnab5 1,067 Oct 29, 2016 08:37 PM

Hmmm not sure but think it's tuned a semi tone up, try putting a capo on 1st fret and playing the Am as a bar on the 6th fret,otherwise sounds great glad someone has made this!!:D

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