Something New chords with lyrics by The Airborne Toxic Event - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

The Airborne Toxic Event – Something New chords

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Something New
by The Airborne Toxic Event
from the 2008 album The Airborne Toxic Event


Standard Tuning

The intro has been tabbed decently elsewhere, so I won’t reiterate that here.  
Here’s the guitar part:


   D
    
e|--5-5-(5)5-7--9--9-9-7777-9-7----|B|--7-7-(7)7-7--7--7-7-7777-7-7----|G|--7-7-(7)7-7--7--7-7-7777-7-7----|D|--7-7-(7)7-7--7--7-7-7777-7-7----|A|---------------------------------|E|---------------------------------| (play chord in parenthesis 2nd time onward – 16th notes)
G
e|--3-333-5--3--3-3--33-3-3-5-5----|B|--3-333-3--3--3-3--33-3-3-3-3----|G|--4-444-4--4--4-4--44-4-4-4-4----|D|--5-555-5--5--5-5--55-5-5-5-5----|A|---------------------------------|E|---------------------------------|
For the intro play: |D-sequence|D-sequence|G-sequence|D-sequence| During the verses, you can play the above rhythms or just the plain chords, which are these:
D What's passed these hands?
All these drugs and one night stands
G DSo I tremble when I think of what she'd do
She'd say something like:
D"You're no good,
You're like the junkies in this neighborhood"
G DWe all need a fix, I guess I need one too
Em ABut I'm trying madly to calm these nerves
DWith something new
DI've got this heavy debt, I've got nothing left
But this daunting weight slung ‘round my neck
GYou got the callous mouth, all your endless doubts
D We spent these fifteen weeks, trying to work it out
Em A DDo you think we're getting to something new?
(Intro chord sequence on “new”) |D-sequence|D-sequence| N.C. Oh God, not another fight I'm always trying to get the details right
G D I remember when you told me you felt saved
G DAnd you promised you'd lay flowers on my grave
Em AJust like they used to do
DIs it something new?
DAnd now here I stand
With these blood soaked hands On these sleepless nights that never end
GAll these songs I sing
All these hope I cling to
DDesperately wondering
Em A DAre we finally getting to something new?
(Intro chord sequence on “new,” continuing over final lyrics.) Is it something new? Are we finally to something new?
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