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[Verse]

Cm
We get some rules to follow

That and this
           G
These and those
 B                Cm
        No one knows

Cm
We get these pills to swallow

How they stick
          G
In your throat
 B                Cm
Tastes like gold
 
              G            
Oh, what you do to me
B           Cm
No one knows


[Chorus]

      Cm    D#        G
And I realize you're mine
   Cm   D#        G
Indeed a fool of mine
      Cm    D#        G
And I realize you're mine
   Cm   D#        G
Indeed a fool of mine
Ahh


[Verse]

Cm
I journey through the desert
Of the mind
        G
With no hope
B        Cm
I found low

Cm
I drift along the ocean
                       G
Dead lifeboats in the sun
 B        Cm     
And come undone

               G
Pleasently caving in
B      Cm
I come undone


[Chorus]

      Cm    D#        G
And I realize you're mine
   Cm   D#        G
Indeed a fool of mine
      Cm    D#        G
And I realize you're mine
   Cm   D#        G
Indeed a fool of mine
Ahh


[Verse]

Cm
Heaven smiles above me
                    G
What a gift there below
B           Cm
But no one knows

                       G
A gift that you give to me
B       Cm
No one knows 

            
            
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Benboy44 20 Jul 28, 2017 03:54 PM

E A D g b e

3 6 5 3 4 3

I use this bar chord instead of D#. Its not exactly the same, but easier to play and transition from Cm. I don't know the name of the chord though. Great tab thanks!

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spymagnet1 60 Sep 12, 2017 03:23 PM

^ That is also a D# :)

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fancy_boy 46 Aug 03, 2017 03:52 AM

Thanks, the chords sound great on my acoustic! Just a tip to anyone who wants to try, I started playing it with a capo on 3rd, and just doing Am and E which lets me hammer on the B string with my pinky for that originial riff that's prominent throughout the song, and then I played a C in place of the D# thanks to the suggestion of Benboy44. Only Issue is the B, but if I just bar the first fret and only strum the middle strings it sounds ok. Thanks again!

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