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Breath Chords (ver.2)

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Breath Chords (ver.2)

Breaking Benjamin
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                		"Breath" by Breaking Benjamin



Capo on 1st Fret, Standard Tuning


Chords used:  

  Bsus4 Csus4  G    D/F#  Em   C    D 
e|-x----x----3-----3----0----0----3-|
B|-x----x----0-----2----0----1----2-|
G|-4----5----0-----3----0----0----3-|
D|-4----5----0-----0----2----2----0-|
A|-2----3----2-----0----2----3----0-|
E|-x----x----3-----2----0----0----x-|


*Listen to the original recording for strumming patterns*


Intro:  Bsus4 - Bsus4 - Csus4 (x2) 
        G - D/F# - Em - Em
        G - D/F# - Em


Verse 1:  

Em                          Em               
 I see nothing in your eyes, And the more I see the less I like

      C                 Em
Is it over yet, in my head?

Em                           Em
 I know nothing of your kind, And I won't reveal your evil mind

       C                 Em   
Is it over yet? I can't win


Bridge:  

             D   C                      D      C
So sacrifice yourself , And let me have what's left

              D   Em                D    Em          D/F#  C            C
I know that I can find, The fire in your eyes, I'm going   all the way, Get away, please



Chorus:  

G                          D/F#   Em                                        C
 You take the breath right out of me, You left a hole where my heart should be

                                  D                                     Em
You gotta fight just to make it through, 'Cause I will be the death of you


Verse 2:

Em                          Em                                       C                 Em
 This will be all over soon, Pourin' salt into the open wound, Is it over yet? Let me in


Repeat Bridge

Repeat Chorus


Solo:  Em - C - D - C

Em           C            D  
 I'm waiting, I'm praying, re - a - lize, start hating



Repeat Chorus
 
            
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