= 3x0033 (or 320033, open )
= 355433 ( barre)
Gm = 355333 (or use 365333, x11333)
= xx023x (or xx0232)
= x3x030 (or x32033)
= x2x033 (or x20033)
To find it!
The chords of contraversy are going to be the G barre and Gm. The closest tab shows a Eb7/G
(365333) played for both of these. Though, that didn't sound right and was hard to play
(maybe the later is why it sounded off to me). I think the Gm with the mellower Chorus 1
("where you going for tommorrow...") strumming and mutes sounds pretty cool (even if not
exact). Then switching to a regular G bar in the main Chorus ("when the dogs to find
her...") sounds just fine for rocking it out a bit more (changing things up, etc). Same
thing with the regular F barre, sounds just fine to me, and matches up with my Gm and G
barre nicely. If my chords are too simplified, tinker with them. But, I layout the song and
break it down it with good enough detail that this version should be useful.