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Warning Sign chords

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  • Coldplay - Warning Sign Acoustic version (AOL live session 2003).
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Coldplay - Warning Sign Acoustic version (AOL live session 2003). Was this info helpful? Yes No
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EADGBD (high e string 2 steps down from E to D - Alternatively use Capo 2 and leave the high e string open)
Capo 2

Start: C 3.3.2.0.1.0    C# 3.3.0.0.1.0

        - Verse:                  Chorus:                    End:

        - C 3.3.2.0.1.0           C 3.3.2.0.1.0              G 10.10.9.0.8.0

        - B 8.8.7.0.6.0           Em 0.2.2.0.0.0             B 8.8.7.0.6.0

        - G 10.10.9.0.8.0         G# 3.2.0.0.3.0             F# 1.3.3.2.1.0

        - D 5.5.4.0.3.0           D# 0.0.0.2.3.0             Em 0.2.2.0.0.0

        Intro: C/C# (C most of the time, C# very shortly, just a finger lift from the third fret, 
        see the video to get the idea!)

[Intro]
B C G D      (x4)

[Verse]
   B       C
  A warning sign
G               D                  B    C
  and I missed the good part and I realised
G               D                B      C
  that I started looking and the bubble burst
G               D             B     C    G    D
  when I started looking for excuses
B      D
  Come on in
G               D                  B       C
  and I ve got to tell you what a state I m in
G               D                B      C
  yes I ve got to tell you in my loudest tones
G               D              B       C     G    D
  that I started looking for a warning sign    
(continue on D here for a few seconds, then chorus!)

[Chorus]
           C         Em
When the truth is
    G#        D#
I miss you
        C            Em
yeah the truth is
        G#       D#
that I miss you so

[Verse]
   B       C
  A warning sign
G               D                  B    C
  you came back to haunt me and I realised
G               D                  B      C
  that you were an island and I passed you by
G               D               B    C    G    D
  when you were an island to discover
   B       C
  Come on In
G                 D              B         C
  and I ve got to tell you what a state I m in
G                 D              B      C
  yes I ve got to tell you in my loudest tones
G               D              B       C    G    D
  that I started looking for a warning sign

[Chorus]
           C         Em
When the truth is
    G#        D#
I miss you
        C            Em
yeah the truth is
        G#       D#
that I miss you so

[Instrumental]
G  B  F#  Em     (x2)

[Outro]
     G     B              F#   Em
So I crawl back into your open arms      (x4)

            
            
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Bradwash 93 May 02, 2013 03:49 PM

fair play mate, this is without a doubt my favourite song off of 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' and this seems pretty much perfect, awesome tab, I love playing and singing along ;)

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jburch1 10 Sep 22, 2013 10:32 AM

This is the best tab I have seen for this song, no of the others detail the tune down for the High E, and they put the capo int he wrong place. The other tabs may be based on the album version I think, this one is based on how they play it live acoustically, but it sounds so much the same I'm not sure about that. I've been playing along with the AOL Live version and it sounds spot on. Don't forget to use the chord tabs at the beginning for the chords, or watch the video to see what he is doing. It's basically a C moved up to fret 8, 10, back to 5 then to the C again.

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