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Siberian Breaks chords

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MGMT - Siberian Breaks
Congratulations (2010)

Standard Tuning (EADGBe)

Chords used:

Am    (x02210)
Cmaj7 (x32000)
A#m   (x13321)
Cm    (x35543)
Amaj7 (x02120)
Em    (022000)
Gm    (355333)
C     (x32010)
Dm    (xx0231)
G     (320001)
F#    (244322)
D     (xx0232)
C#m   (x46654)
Bm    (x24432)
E     (022100)
Asus4 (x02210)
F#m   (244222)
A     (x02220)
D#    (x68886)
Fm    (133111)
A#    (x13331)
F     (133211)
F7    (131211)
G7    (320001)
Am/G  (302210)
A7    (x02020)
Dm7   (xx0211)
G#m   (466444)

PART 1 (00:00)

Am Cmaj7 Am Cmaj7
A#m Cm A#m Cm


Am           Cmaj7
Sleep as the goer
Am                          Cmaj7
the bridge that watches the light speed thru
A#m                 Cm
and cries while the spirit stumbles
A#m                         Cm             Amaj7
and inside missile for the protection of you

Am         Cmaj7
maybe it's siletn
Am                   Cmaj7
the voice can't bear anymore strain
A#m               Cm
but speak without even knowing
A#m                 Cm                 
and streams outside in the direction of truth

Amaj7 Em
Amaj7 Em


PART 2 (01:26)

Gm         C                 Dm
there's no reason there's no secret to decode
Gm           C                 Dm            G
if you can't save it, leave it dying on the road
Gm         C                 Dm
wide open arms can feel so cold 
so cold
        Em       F#
feel so cold 

D C#m Bm E

PART 3 (02:10)
Asus4 (pick up and down)
balance the books, the ledges, the loons
Asus4                        F#m
the disappointed look on the faces
that squint at the moon
      C#m                 Bm
let's see it with shadows enhance
         C#m            D
and then vote to decide who'll advance
silver jet plane, making a turn
                        F#m                          E
exciting the brain that expects it to crash and then burn
         C#m                 Bm
it's not the life lesson I'd've guessed
          C#m                   D
if you're conscious you must be depressed
Asus4                 C#m
or at least cynical
but someone might still eat the steaks
even if they're tough
spending the day
chewing the fat
Bm                  E                  Asus4
floating away isn't roguh but it's not enough
oh marianne, pass me the joint the sandpaper's tan
F#m                         E
go-getters are surfing the point
    C#m               Bm
and london's a cratch on the lens
     C#m            D
it's over before it begins
silk 'round her neck falls down to her shoulders
                      Fm                      E
the older I get, the more I suspect there's a trick
    C#m                       Bm
but really there's no trip at all
     C#m                 D
that doesn't result in a fall
     Asus4       C#m
or a faltering
but something might spit out the bait
even if it's real
rolling away
missing a spoke
Bm                         E                  Asus4       C#m
close to the ground like a wheel but it's not enough
holding the line
clutching the phone
Bm                E                   Asus4
nobly wasting the night, but it isn't right
it's not right
smelling for blood
praying for rain
Bm                 E                   Asus4
running away isn't rough, but it's not enough


PART 4 (04:56)

D#              Gm                    Cm       Fm      Cm
the low tide is telling me, when it's over,
A#            Dm         Gm
to breathe in everything exposed
D#                Gm            Cm       Fm      Cm
and comes back to cover me in a blanket
A#           Dm              Gm        
being here's always changing tunes

Cm A# F F7 
Dm G Am Gm 

PART 5 (06:08)

Dm G7 Am Am/G Em A7 x4

Dm        G7                   Am             Am/G   Em A7
the empty sky surrounds me but i can't see at all
Dm        G7               Am       Am/G   Em A7
wide open arms can feel so cold
Dm          G7                Am                 Am/G   Em A7
and you can sit beside me and tell me what it's worth
Dm           G7               Am     Am/G   Em A7
but I hope I die before i get sold
Dm           G7           Am      Am/G   Em A7
I hope I die before I get sold
Dm         G7               Am     Am/G   Em A7
I'd rather die before I get sold

PART 6 (08:22)

   Dm           C             G
if you find the soul that you lost
E          Am
frozen in a starry void
Dm      C                   G
take it within and hope the sight of blood
can will signs of life to return
Dm          C           G
back to the way that it was
E              Am
long before it made a noise
Dm         C       G          
to keep on quietly reminding you
what's never created or destroyed

Dm7   Cmaj7

PART 7 (09:12)

Am          Cmaj7
wake as the swell peaks
    Am                      Cmaj7
the close-outs drowning the birds with roars
A#m                 Cm
and howls scare the new unkindness
     A#m             Cm              Amaj7
that picks and laughs at the carrion scene
Am         Cmaj7
forces you see breath can 
Am             Cmaj7
always go into hiding
A#m              Cm
and wait 'til it passes over
A#m                      Cm
or stay far gone for all eternity 

A G#m (repeat until end)

Tab by: Alessandro
Email: alessandroaiello@yahoo.se

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pistoldisco 102 Apr 06, 2010 10:28 AM

Damn, I accidentally wrote a C#m in the beginning, should obviously be a Cm...is there a way for the author to correct this?

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joey0000 92 May 26, 2010 06:32 PM

for part 1, it should be Aadd9 (x02200).

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joey0000 92 May 27, 2010 09:11 AM

sorry, thats Am-add9 (x02410)

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