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Nobody Wins chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
You can play full open chords in the verses if you prefer, but to get the riff to sound
correct, you have to play the octave chords, as notated below (the open D string is left open and the 
chord shapes are higher up the neck - there are only six strings being notated). 

G5 - x10012xx
F#5 - x9011xx
E5 - x709xx
D5 - x507xx
G - 320033
Em7 - x22033
Cadd9 - x32033
Dsus4 - xx0233

[Intro]

G5 F#5 E5 D5 (x2)

[Verse 1]

G5        F#5        E5        D5
Skin and bones, you never did come home
G5       F#5     E5               D5
Crashing on my heart through the telephone
G5   F#5        E5         D5
I remember the tall grass waving
Cadd9         Dsus4
In past lives, old poems

[Verse 2]

G5           F#5     E5          D5
I must have lived a lifetime without you
G5           F#5      E5         D5
You must’ve ended up somebody’s angel
G5  F#5         E5         D5
I remember you loving the radio
Cadd9      Dsus4
New waves, and old stones

[Chorus]

G    Em7
Hey, hey little Tommy gun
Cadd9                     Dsus4
I guess we’re never gonna end up the lucky ones
G               Em7
Oh, if I never see you again
        Cadd9                Dsus4
Have a round on me love, hallelujah, nobody wins

[Interlude]

G5 F#5 E5 D5 (x2)

[Verse 3]

G5          F#5          E5          D5
The queen is gone, she died from a sad song
G5      F#5       E5            D5
I lost most of myself pleasing everyone
G5       F#5    E5       D5
I had to learn how to begin again
Cadd9        Dsus4
It’s alright, move on

[Chorus]

G    Em7
Hey, hey little Tommy gun
Cadd9                      Dsus4
I guess we’re never gonna end up the lucky ones
G               Em7
Oh, if I never see you again
        Cadd9                Dsus4           Em7
Have a round on me love, hallelujah, nobody wins

[Bridge]

Em7     Cadd9  G               Dsus4          Em7
(Hallelujah)...... But have a round on your friend
Em7     Cadd9  G               Dsus4      Em7
(Hallelujah)....... If I never see you again
Em7     Cadd9  G            Dsus4          Em7  Cadd9 G Dsus4
(Hallelujah) .......Have a round on your friend (hallelujah) 

[Chorus]

     G    Em7
And hey, hey little Tommy gun
Cadd9                     Dsus4
I guess we’re never gonna end up the lucky ones
    G               Em7
And oh, if I never see you again
        Cadd9                 Dsus4
Have a round on me love, hallelujah
    G    Em7
And hey, hey pretty baby
Cadd9                Dsus4
I still remember you driving me crazy
G         Em7
Oh, if I never see you again
        Cadd9                 Dsus4          Em7
Have a round on me love, hallelujah, nobody wins

[Final Chorus]

Em7     Cadd9  G     Dsus4    Em7
(Hallelujah).... And nobody wins
Em7     Cadd9  G     Dsus4    Em7   
(Hallelujah).... And nobody wins
Em7     Cadd9  G             Dsus4     Em7
(Hallelujah) ....If I never see you again
Em7     Cadd9        G       Dsus4    G5
(Hallelujah) You can blame it on the wind

[Outro]

G5 F#5 E5 D5 (x2)

            
            
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Laurenslamberts 363 Sep 06, 2016 02:50 PM

Thanks for the tab!

I've got one question;
I believe the chord shapes are not indicated correctly, as I notice more than 6 strings. I would highly appreciate it if you could correct them. Cheers!

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TheUpsides1337 4,553 Sep 06, 2016 11:19 PM

Sorry, it's hard to indicate, but they are correct. The octave chords are higher up the neck. So, for example, the G5 is: mute low E string; 10th fret A string; open D string; 12th fret G string; mute the top two strings.

And so on - you just move that shape up and down the neck. I'd highly appreciate if you bump up your rating to a 5, now that I explained that ;)

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