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Six Degrees Of Separation chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Since I'm also a piano player I also like to add an occasional D# bass underneath the B
chords and general improve over the chords. But for guitarists it may be easier to play
all chords using the open chords of E major to make it simple yet nice, or, transpose 
this down four, put a capo on the fourth fret and play it in C. And all the chord changes
are syncopated.
And the lyrics are probably shifty, so you may wanna recheck them with something else,
or your own ears.
Have fun!

 You've read the books,
 You've watched the shows,
A                   B
What's the best way no one knows, yeah,
 E             Emaj7
(Medicated?), hypnotized.
A                      B
  Anything to take it from your mind.
       A     B
But it won’t go,

      E                            C#m
You're doing all these things out of desperation,
A         B
Oh, whoa,
You're going through six degrees of separation.

You hear the drinking, take a toll
Watch the past go up in smoke.
Fake a smile, yeah, lie and say
You're better now than ever, and your life's okay
When it's not, whoa
You're doing all these things out of desperation,
Oh, Whoa
You're going through six degrees of separation.

C#m          A                                E
First, you think the worst is a broken heart
              B                      C#m
What's gonna kill you is the second part
              A              E                     B
And the third, is when your world splits down the middle
        C#m  A                                 E
And fourth, you're gonna think that you fixed yourself
Fifth, you see them out with someone else
C#m          A                            E
And the sixth, is when you admit that you may have f**ked up a little

C#m               A                            E            B
((My mother ain't no help?), it's every man for himself) x2

You tell your friends, yeah, strangers too,
Anyone flowing all around you, yeah
Tarot cards
Gems and stones,
Believing all that shit is gonna heal your soul.
We'll it's not, no
Your only doing things out of desperation,
Oh, no
Your goin' through six degrees of separation.


No there's no starting over,
Without finding closure,
C#m    (or E/G#, they both work)
You take them back, no hesitation,
That's when you know you've reached the sixth degree of separation

Chorus chords repeat  and add lib. Fade out.

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Nita.xx 42 Sep 11, 2012 11:02 PM

The actual chords, or at lease more correct for the bridge, are C#m, B, G#m (I think), A, repeated. Sorry for that! =]

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Nita.xx 42 Oct 23, 2012 01:35 AM

I've also been told that it is "No, no there ain't no help".

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