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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
The other tab for this song are good but have a few flaws. This tab is 100% 
correct. I've watched a bunch of live videos and this is how the guitarist in each 
one plays it. Also, the Raised C... I didn't know what else to call it. It's 
basically a C chord moved to the right 2 frets.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Jonny Craig
                              Children of Divorce      
                                Standard Tuning 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

 These are the chords you will need to know:
  Em  Cadd9 G  D/G  C  Raised C  Am
e|-0-|-3--|-3-|-3-|-0-|---0----|-0-|
B|-0-|-3--|-3-|-3-|-1-|---3----|-1-|
G|-0-|-0--|-0-|-2-|-0-|---0----|-2-|
D|-2-|-2--|-0-|-0-|-2-|---4----|-2-|
A|-2-|-3--|-2-|-0-|-3-|---5----|-0-|
E|-0-|-x--|-3-|-2-|-x-|---x----|-x-|

[Verse]
Em                Cadd9               G
And back to these cold shitty days in Portland, 
            D/G                    Em
Wishing I'd never come across your face, 
              Cadd9              G
Laying by the memories of things unspoken, 
          D/G                    Em
Scared by thoughts of your father, 
                      Cadd9         G
Made me look over the flaws of your nature.
               D/G                    Em
Laying on your back became your only escape.
             Cadd9                 G
You feel so old, used, but not yet broken, 
          D/G                   C
Enough to think you have it all together.
        Raised C
I never planned to give you your burdens.
C                   Raised C
But this child was a mistake.

[Chorus]
G               D/G                       Am
I knew from the moment I stepped off that plane, 
   C
We had no future.
G             D/G                  Am
How come your dreams are always so bitter?
       C
And who knows, 
          G      D/G   
Maybe one day, 
   Am     C      Raised C        
She will know my name.

[Verse 2]
Em        Cadd9              G
You still return to the same skylines,
 D/G           Em
That leave you broken.
Cadd9                         G
Cheap talks with even cheaper company.
          D/G               Em
Keeps the days turning into nights.
    Cadd9  G    D/G             Em
You lay awake crying cause your child, 
  Cadd9    G
Carries my name, 
      D/G                               C
While I regret ever making you apart of my life.
     Raised C
Sadly enough, 
                   C
This song's not to hurt you, 
                 Raised C       G
Just to show the world that I'm free.

[Chorus]
                D/G                       Am
I knew from the moment I stepped off that plane, 
   C        G
We had no future.
              D/G                  Am
How come your dreams are always so bitter?.
        C
And who knows, 
          G    D/G   Am
Maybe one day, 
         C       G    D/G   Am
She will know my name.
C
She will know.
Raised C    Em
She will know.

            
            
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Drimba 41 Nov 06, 2010 03:33 PM

thanks man, this sounds legitimate.

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Drimba 41 Dec 01, 2010 02:13 PM

Just a correction during the first chorus i'm really sure it cycles back to G:

Am C G
She will know my name
D/G Am C Raised C
Oh...

Verse 2

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IfellFromHeaven 10 Dec 05, 2010 05:53 PM

wouldn't the raised C simply be called D considering you're just moving it down two semitones?

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