Artist James Arthur
Album Train Wreck single
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Intro: Gbm Dbm7 Bm7 E D E Gbm
 
Verse 1:
Gbm
Laying in the silence
Dbm7
Waiting for the sirens
Bm7     E      D         E   Gbm
Signs, any    signs I'm alive still
 

Gbm
I don't wanna lose it
Dbm7
I'm not getting through this
Bm7         E      D
Hey, should  I     pray
D      E   Gbm
Should I fray, yeah
 
Pre-Chorus:
       E
to myself, to a God,
       E
to a saviour, who can
 
Chorus:
D           E
Unbreak the broken
Gbm            E      D
  Unsay these spoken words
D
  Find hope in the hopeless
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D          E
Unburn the ashes
Gbm             E       D
  Unchain the reactions now
D
  Not ready to die, not yet
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D                      Gbm
  Pull me out, pull me out
        E
Pull me out, ohh
D                      Gbm     E
  Pull me out, Pull me out
 
Verse 2:
Gbm
Underneath our bad blood
Dbm7                     Bm7
We still got a sad song, home
Bm7    E      D          E   Gbm
Still   at   home, still at home, yeah
 

              D
It's not too late to build it back
      Gbm
Coz a one in a million chances
         E
Still a chance, still a chance
             E
And I would take those odds
 
Chorus:
D           E
Unbreak the broken
Gbm            E      D
  Unsay these spoken words
D
  Find hope in the hopeless
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D          E
Unburn the ashes
Gbm             E       D
  Unchain the reactions now
D
  Not ready to die, not yet
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D                      Gbm
  Pull me out, pull me out
        E
Pull me out, ohh
D                      Gbm           E
  Pull me out, Pull me out, pull me out
 
Bridge:
         D
You can say what you like
                          Gbm       E
Cause see I would die for you
    D
I'm down on my knees
                          E
And I need you to be my guard
       E
Be my help, be a saviour, who can
 
Chorus:
D           E
Unbreak the broken
Gbm            E        D
  Unsay these reckless words
D
-  Find hope in the hopeless  -
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D          E
Unburn the ashes
Gbm             E       D
  Unchain the reactions now
D
  Not ready to die, not yet
A                Dbm      D
Pull me out the train wreck
D                      Gbm
  Pull me out, pull me out
        E
Pull me out, ohh
D                      Gbm           E
  Pull me out, Pull me out, pull me out
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*WEEB MAGIC*

I WAS LOOKING FOR THIS SONG A COUPLE OF DAYS AGO!!!! ITS HERE!!!!! It made me cry the first time I heard it…:’)

Haley

If you transpose it to +1, I think it sounds better and more like the piano chords in the song.

Maria

Any substitute for E chord

Someone

Try to barre/bar the fourth fret, but mute the first string (A)! I hope this helps :)

kokichi jackson

thats the E chord i use lol-

Last edited 2 days ago by kokichi jackson

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