Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
Introstrum each chord once, and listen to the song to get the rhytm):
Dsus2 Dm Dsus4 C Csus4 CTo make this easy, hold down Dsus2 (x00230) first. Then use your forefinger to fret the high-E string on the first fret (x00231) to play Dm. Finally, use your little finger to hold down the same string on the third fret (x00233) to get Dsus4. It's actually a lot simpler than it sounds. To play the last part, play C (032010) and use your forefinger (the one holding the B string at the first fret) to bar the high-E on the same fret and get Csus4 The same progression is used throughout the verses. Dsus2When I'm lost, DmI find a way Dsus4I hear voices..C. Csus4 C Dsus2Feelings surround me, Dmcloser to the edge, Dsus4I close my eyes...C Csus4 C The bridge is essentially the two chords F (133211) and E flat (668886) played in alternation, and ending on Dsus2 (slide down from E flat to play 557755). FAnd my luck keeps holding strong, E♭Even when the boot comes down, FI'm waiting for the revolution, E♭But there's no one aroDsus2und - except And now we move to the chorus which is very similar to the verse and intro. You need to start with Dm (you can keep pulling off and on to Dsus2 to make it sound better), then move to Am (002210) and do the same with Asus2 (002200) and finally move to C which you can, if you wish, alternate with Csus4 (as above). As you end the chorus, start playing the intro again. The Dmhands out of nowhere AmSaving me again C(save me) There's Dmalways something there watching out for me, If I'm Amsuffocating, it gives me Cair - C Play intro here (Dsus2 / Dm / Dsus4 / C / Csus4 / C) It gives me air... The rest of the song can be played using the same three patterns for the intro/verse, bridge and chorus. Not too sure about the solo, though you can try playing the verse and bridge chords again and then return to the chorus. Great song, and one of the best on Operation Mindcrime II. All comments, corrections and suggestions welcome.