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End This Now chords

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[Intro]

A E/A D D
D E A A
A E/A D D
D E A A

[Verse 1]

        A        D
I could end this now
        Dm        E 
I could leave you cold
        A E/A      D 
I could break your heart 
       Dm     E
With a single blow
            F#m     Bm 
I know your softest spot 
D                      Dm
You shouldn't trust me so
            A A/E    D
Oh it would be    so easy 
        D        E  A
I could end this    now 

[Verse 2]

         A       D
I know a song so sad 
            Dm       E
That if you heard it sung 
          A E/A   D
You could never return 
       Dm           E
To the life you had known
        F#m             Bm 
In your dreams it would haunt you 
D              Dm
Like a siren's call 
            A E/A      D 
It's on the  tip of my tongue 
        D        E A
I could end this   all 

[Bridge]

F#m          F#7 B
    Oh love,      oh fate 
D
I'd save my soul 
         E* D* C#*     B* 
But it's           too late 

[Interlude]

A E/A D D
D E A A
A E/A D D 
D E A A

[Verse 3 / Outro]

         A        D
I have a knife so sharp
             Dm          E 
That when it kissed your breast
             A E/A   D 
You wouldn't feel it cutting 
       Dm                E
Just a wind through your chest 
         F#m      Bm
I have a heart so dark 
D               Dm
As the blackest coal 
             A E/A        D
But then you brought this spark 
        D                 E
Sent it raging through my soul
         F#m E    D 
I should end this 
D        E        A
I should end this now
         A   E/A  D
I should end this
D E                  A
  I should end this, I should end this now

A E/A D D
D E A A
A E/A D D
D E A

   E/A E* D* C#* B*
e|-0---0--0--0---0--|
B|-0---0--0--0---0--|
G|-1---9--7--6---4--|
D|-2---x--x--x---x--|
A|-0---7--5--4---2--|
E|------------------|

            
            
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Guybrarian 10 Mar 05, 2017 10:41 AM

These progressions are great! Thanks. Glen usually tunes his acoustic guitars down and plays a capo on the second fret. So these chords sound a little high without adjusting for that. Playing G-C-Cm-D etc. without a capo feels closer to the various recordings and solo performances to me. He also uses the barr chord version of G - C - Cm D in videos I've seen of this song. These are smooth transitions too and feel crisper for the strum. I've been playing the verse: Barr G - Barr C Barr Cm Barr D then regular Em regular Am regular C with hammer on Barr Cm Regular G with hammer on regular D and back to Barr G into the next verse.

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