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VersesThe verses all follow the same pattern. Listen to the song to figure out the exact timings, this is just a rough guide. CFollow me inE♭to the desert As thB♭irsty as you arCe CCrack a smile and cE♭ut your mouth And dB♭rown in alcohol C And so on and so forth. Now, the trick is to hit the low string/s (i'm very lazy!) twice each time you make a chord change. 'duh duh strum strum strum'. Except maybe on that second C in each section, it just sounds like strumming to me. Listen to the song, you'll figure it out! Pre Chorus: This is a little tricky. There are some odd timings here. Having the song is helpful, but I strongly recommend the Guitar Pro tab, its really good for figuring out the timing of the last bit. This from the chords ver 2 tab seems to work well enough: E♭Oh noC E♭There she gCoes Then the tricky bit: E♭Out in theC sE♭unsChiCnCe E♭the sun CisE♭ miCneC CthE♭e sun is miCneC C E♭ C C C G E♭ C
ChorusThis is a good chorus, with that great little descending tune after each line. Again, this is very rough timing for the chord changes, listen to song! Its pretty simple here. CI shot my lB♭ove today woA♭uld you crE♭y for meB♭ F♯ F CI lost my hB♭ead again woA♭uld you liE♭e for meB♭ F♯ F CI left her B♭in the sand A♭just a burE♭den in my hB♭andF♯ F CI lost my hB♭ead again woA♭uld you crE♭y for meB♭ F♯ F At the end of playing the A# slide down to the G#. Then continue to play the G# as per the song.
BridgeTaken pretty much from chords ver 2 Play each chord 3 times CJust a burden in my E♭hand CJust an anchor on my A♭heart JCust a tumor in my hA♭ead B♭ F♯ F Last chorus - repeat the second part of the last line; thats the part from A♭ onwards ('would you cry for me'). Then right at the end, it sounds like another C E♭ C, like in the prechorus.