Higgins Missy - Scar Chords & Tabs


Scar Chords & Tabs

Higgins Missy Chords & Tabs

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Scar Chords

                      SCAR - Missy Higgins
email: guitargirl_80@hotmail.com

Standard tuning.

C                     G
He left a card, a bar of soap

         Am                   F
And a scrubbing brush next to a note 

           C         G            Am        F
That said use these down to your bones, 

    C                     G
And before i knew I had shiny skin 

         Am               F
And it felt easy being clean like him 

           C              G            Am      F
I thought this one knows better than I do, 


 Dm                    F              G   
A triangle trying to squeeze thru a circle, 

Dm                         F           
he tried to cut me so I'd fit


G                      C
Doesnt that sound familiar, 

Doesnt that his too close to home 

Doesnt that make you shiver 

The way things could have gone 

G                    C
Doesnt that feel peculiar 
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/h/higgins_missy/scar_crd_ver_2.html ]
That everyone wants a little more 

And so that I do remember

To never go that far 

	    G	          C
Could you leave me with a scar

Verse 2
same chords as first


A triangle trying to squeeze through a circle
She tried to blunt me so I'd fit

Chorus 2  last line *chord change:

	    G	          *Dm
Could you leave me with a scar

Instrumental is a bit like this,' - '= one beat

Bridge (No chords)                                             

I think I realized just in time

Although my old self was hard to find
You can bathe me in your finest wine but I'll never give you mine


'Cos I'm a little bit tired of fearing that I'll be the 

Bad fruit nobody buys

A                                         F
Tell me, did you think we'd all dream the same?

The first half of the last chorus is just guitar, I like to play the chords like this:

C      0 3 2 0 1 0   

C/B?   X 2 0 0 3 0   (Instead of G)

?      X 0 2 0 1 3   (Instead of Am, not sure what to call it)

F      X 3 3 2 1 1

Then the normal chords for the last part.

I'm self-taught, so I have no idea what to call the two chords in the last chorus - sorry!