Parachute - She For Liz Chords & Tabs


She For Liz Chords & Tabs

Parachute Chords & Tabs

Version: 3 Type: Chords

She For Liz Chords

Chords (because it's kind of specific at least for the chorus):
  C#m    E/D#   E   A/G#   A   F#m   B   E*   E/D#*
The C#m can be played as C#m7 instead, too.
And yes, the A is actually Asus2, for you hecklers.
And the F#m isn't actually F#m.

Verse 1:
C#m           E/D#           E
She has no problem with secrets
          A/G#        A
She knows how to keep them
       E           F#m              B
She never felt the need to let them show
C#m                E/D#         E
And I've had no trouble with speaking
        A/G#         A
Or trusting my instincts
        E          F#m                B
That maybe this is one that I should know

C#m              E/D#
But as I'm waiting there
     E                A/G#
The devil on my shoulder stares
A                    E              F#m
Laughing that the one thing I can't get
Is what I need

[ Tab from: ]
C#m  A/G#          A                    E/D#
She, She is the words that I can't find
             E                F#m             E*          E/D#*
How can the only thing that's killing me make me feel so alive
And I couldn't speak
A/G#              A               E/D#
I couldn't breathe to save my life
               E          F#m
All of my chances swim like sinking ships
This time it's it
I'll drown or make her mine

Verse 2:
C#m           E/D#             E
 My vocal chords have been fighting
    A/G#             A
My mouth likes to spite me
     E            F#m                B
It never says the words that come to mind
C#m                E/D#     E
  I brought a stick to a gun fight
        A/G#               A
And I'm stuck with my tongue tied
   E       F#m                        B
I run but I can't hide what's always there and

A      F#m        E       B
I can see these things I'd do
    A      F#m     E    B
But never seem to follow through

- Verse 1 > Pre-chorus > Chorus > Verse 2 > Chorus > Bridge > First two lines of Chorus
> Chorus
- You can leave out all the inverted chords if you want (the ones with different bass
notes). They're part of the song and make up that crawling progression between chords, but
the song's playable without them.
- Listen to the song for timing. The chords are all played on the first beat and the
third and a half beat. So if this was a measure with each dash representing an eighth note:
     | - - - - - - - - |
  The chords would be played on the X's
     | X - - - - X - - |