Against Me – Black Me Out Acoustic chords ver. 2

Chords
Transpose:
Artist: Against Me!
Song: "Black Me Out" (Acoustic)

[intro]

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[verse 1]
EI don't ever want to talk that way again
AI don't want to know people like that anymore
BAs if there was an obligation
A AmAs if you I owed you something
EBlack me out
[chorus]
E AI want to piss on the walls of your house
BI want to chop those brass rings off your fat fucking fingers
AAs if you were a king-maker
AmAs if, as if, as if, black me out
[repeat intro] [verse 2]
EI don't want to see the world that way anymore
AI don't want to feel that weak and insecure
BAs if you were my fucking pimp
A AmAs if I was your fucking whore
EBlack me out
[repeat chorus 2x] [repeat intro] [outro]
EAll the young graves filled up
A AmThe best all burn out so bright and so fast
EAll the young graves filled up
A AmThe best all burn out so bright and so fast
BFull body high
A AmI'm never coming down
EBlack me out
------ NOTES: The timing on the intro riff can be a bit tricky, and from the videos I studied, Laura almost never plays it the exact same way twice. I ended up basing it off of this version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Qx2PNfSp4 If the brief pauses trip you up, add an extra stroke or two. The E and A on the chorus are actually played higher on the neck (on the 7th fret), and as power chords. Open chords sound just as good, so don't be afraid to substitute.
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