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Briggs, Dead Men (Don't Tell Tales) Chords (ver.1)

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Dead Men (Don't Tell Tales) Chords (ver.1)

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* - Let Ring

Intro: Am

Verse:

         Am
With his final chance at liberty
   G
Prepared to meet his fate
    E
too late for introductions
   Am
No longer will death wait
    Am
The way that things can change
       G
In the brink of your demise
    E
You never thought in all your years
     Am
Your truth could tell you lies
Am


Chorus:
E         Am A7sus4   x2
Woah Woah o


Verse:
         Am
With the slightest sense of dignity
   G                     Am
He left his world behind

Upon his deathbed
  Am
Uncertain what he'll find
  Am
A coward to his heart
  G
A soldier in his mind
E
Marching to the battlefield
     Am*
To a war that has no time

Chorus:
E         Am C D C Am E Am    x2
Woah Woah o

Verse:
Am
Trapped behind a wall of shame
   G
No one can hear your cries
    Em
You find your actions similar
       Am
To the ones that you despise
       Am
Do the bottom of your boots
         G
Have the blood of another man?
   E
Or just the dirt from the streets
       Am
Of the city you live in?
Am


Chorus:
E         Am C D C Am E Am
Woah Woah o
E         Am C D C Am E Am
Woah Woah o                Yeah!


Interlude:
Am      G      E      Am x2


E*
You left your dreams to die
                       A*
But they never seem to miss you
      G*
You'd love to tell me why
                        Am
But dead men don't tell tales! Yeah! Oh.. Aaaah!!

Am C D C Am E Am

Chorus:
E         Am C D C Am E Am    x3
Woah Woah o

E
Oh.. Aaaah!!

Outro:
Am C D C Am E Am x3
Am E Am
            
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