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The Downfall Of Us All Chords (ver.3)

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The Downfall Of Us All Chords (ver.3)

A Day To Remember
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                Downfall Of Us All - A Day To Remember
Capo 2nd Fret, all chords are relative to capo's position.

DISCLAIMER: This is my acoustic rendition of it, not all parts are exactly like 
the song, but if played and sung, it will make sense.

Intro : C-Am-F (Listen to the rhythm)

Verse: 
C
It's not easy making a name for yourself

             Am                     F                         C
Where do you draw the line? I never thought I'd be in this far

                                                    Am
Let's have some fun and never change that for anyone

           F
Try not to miss me when I'm gone

Prechorus:
Am     G

F
I sold my soul to the open road

Am       F
         I live my life alone!

Chorus:

C        G              Am        F
You wont find me at the same spot believe me

        C          G       Am            F 
I could never stop,     my life's turned upside down

C       G            Am               F               C          G
Meet me out past the train tracks I'm leaving and not coming back

       Am        F     Em
You're right and I was wrong

                      F                 C
This town will be the downfall of us all

*Repeat Intro + Verse + Chorus*

Bridge
(is best shown as tab)
e|----------------------------------------------------------|      
B|-------------6-5---------6-5----------6-5-----------------|      
G|--000000000------0000000------2222222-------------4-4-5---|      
D|--222222222--3-2-2222222-3-2--2222222-3-2-3333333---------|
A|--333333333------3333333------0000000-----3333333-2-2-3---|
E|------------------------------------------1111111---------|
Play 4 times

Then Chorus x 2, then Intro riff x 4
            
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