The Elms This Is How The World Will End chords
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Hey guys! Great some here from an awesome unknown band...this is the best I can come up for playing this song (I think that there must be two guitars playing at the same time the recording or the guitar is in a weird tuning, but I promise this works well). PS I up those "G" chords' names to make this easier to read. Tuning: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb (this is just to play along with the recording, sounds fine in standard) Chords: G: 3x0033 G2: 3x0233 G3: 3x0433 Cadd2: x30033 Em7: 022033 Dadd4/F#: 200233 D: x00232 note: the easiest way to play those G chords is to play the low E string with your your not comfortable doing that then I would suggest just playing G G2 G G2 for the intro/verse Intro: G G2 G3 G2 VERSE 1: G G2 When the dollar made with blood is spent G3 G2 When an enemy can't become a friend G Cadd2 When the better man won't lend a hand Em7 D/F# G Baby this is how the world will end When a day of hope is a rarity, Or a diplomat hasn't time to see That a child lost is a true offense, Baby, this is how the world will end. CHORUS: Cadd2 G Bring a chair up to the table. Cadd2 G Bring a message to the crowd. Cadd2 D Em7 Cadd2 D Where's a common trust to deliver us from the wretched and the proud? Cadd2 G Sing a tune about the promise. Cadd2 Em7 D Speak on that which we depend. G Cadd7 And if a certain light don't shine again, Em7 D/F# G Baby, this is how the world will end. VERSE 2: When the poorest kid is fending for himself, Or the widow cries, but she gets no help. When we know what's true, but we still pretend, Baby, this is how the world will end. CHORUS SOLO CHORUS Bring a chair up to the table. Bring a message to the crowd. Where's a common trust to deliver us from the wretched and the proud? Sing a tune about the promise. Speak on that which we depend. Now let that certain light come shinin' then, Baby, we could change the world again. G Cadd2 But if that certain light don't shine again, Em7 D/F# G Baby, this is how the world will end. Enjoy! And definitely go out and see the Elms if you get a chance, they even better live!