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Imaginary Enemy chords

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E
you're so careless, careless, how did you get so ungrateful?
C
You treat me like I'm a disease and it's been killing me
E
Chances are, you never even cared at all
C
I'm sure you had your reasons but I'll never get to hear 

pre-chorus: Am C E D C Am

    Am     C        E          D     
The truth disguised in all your alibis 
          C
It's a tradition practiced
Am
Every time you say goodbye

Chorus: E G Am C
E           G
I've tried so hard
                Am
to be what you needed
C
your imaginary enemy

Bridge: E, F#

Solos: same chords as chorus


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ChapelHeel66 477 Jun 20, 2010 04:28 PM

I think all the E chords in the pre-chorus and chorus are Em. They don't sound like E major to me, even though the E chords in the chorus DO sound like E major. I wonder if the E chord in the verse is an Esus4. That sounds kinda right to me, and would be consistent with this song being in Em/G.

Also, I think the last chord in the pre-chorus is a D, and that the second chord in the chorus is a D as well. Anyway, try the D chords and see what you think.

Lastly, I think the break is D and Em, not E and F#.

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ChapelHeel66 477 Jun 20, 2010 04:29 PM

Ugh, sorry there's a mistake in my comment. It should say " even though the E chords in the *verse DO sound like E major."

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