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Ebm   B                         Gb                        Ebm
I   know   where   you   stand,   silent   in   the   trees

       B              Gb                Ebm
and that's where I am, silent in the trees

       B          Gb                   Ebm
Why won't you speak where I happen to be? 

       B       Gb 
Silent in the trees, standing cowardly

Gb     B           Ebm             Gb    Db      Ebm
I can feel your breath, I can feel my death

             B                   Gb           Db    
I want to know you, I want to see, I want to say

    Ebm     B    Gbm 
Hello               Hello
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  1. FrentotheBlurryfaces

    When transposed to +1, on “I can feel my death”, jut skip the D altogether and play the Em. It sounds way better, and fits the song better. However, on “I want to say”, just keep playing the D, don’t change it. Stay Alive frens :)

  2. FrentotheBlurryfaces

    I recommend C instead of Cm at the end.

  3. Close to the end, they hit those large drums (done in concert/in the song). The way I did that was I played the chords Em, C, G, and hit the strings w/ my thumb on the lower section of the fret board. If you hit it like they do, it should sound similar. And it will also give the song a cool effect. Just something to do while singing “hello”.

    • I forgot this. I was playing at +1. That’s where it fits. But you can do it with the chords for the other tanspositions. Is that the right word? Tanspositions?

  4. in the part when say “hello… hello”
    i put “ebm” hello “b” hello “gb”

  5. FrentotheBlurryfaces

    I think what we need TB saga

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