The following pattern repeats for the first half of the song, with the C/G occasionally being strummed slightly differently, although it doesn't particularly matter. Hopefully the rhythm should be fairly easy to pick up from the recording. [Verse] G Am Em C/G Savanna scatters and the seabird sings So why should we fear what travel brings? What were we hoping to get out of this? Some kind of momentary bliss? [Refrain] I waited for something, and something died So I waited for nothing, and nothing arrived [Verse] It's our dearest ally, it's our closest friend It's our darkest blackout, it's our final end My dear sweet nothing, let's start anew From here on in it's just me and you [Refrain] I waited for something and something died So I waited for nothing, and nothing arrived [Verse] C/G Em/G G Well I guess it's over, I guess it's begun It's a losers' table, but we've already won It's a funny battle, it's a constant game I guess I was busy when nothing came C Em/G G I guess I was busy (when Nothing arrived) x5 [Refrain] I waited for something and something died So I waited for nothing, and nothing arrived Cue gigantic climax, the chords to which unfortunately elude me. Still, I hope this was helpful. GLHF.