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.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.