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Every Way Chords (ver.1)

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Every Way Chords (ver.1)

Circa Survive
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                CAPO 5

Chords Used:

G   Am  C  Em  Dsus4

e--3--x--0--3--0-|
b--3--1--1--3--2-|
g--0--2--0--0--3-|
d--0--2--2--2--0-|
a--2--0--3--2--0-|
E--3--0--0--0--x-|

Note: Really listen to this song. He messes with the strings a lot for each chord. For 
when Am is played the down stroke is hard and the G string is emphasized. Just listen to 
song and it's really easy. This sounds pretty accurate to me!

G
I will find a different way to say

Am
You're gonna have to change everything you made

C
You're going to have to reword every metaphor you've used

Am
So that people who are hearing are confused

G
If that's the most important thing you do

Am
Detail every ounce of pain that you went through

C
Make sure you leave something down to show the way back

Am
Make sure you leave something down to show the way back


G
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

Am
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

Em
Inaccurate and in precise

Am
There is no gift without a price

Em        G        Dsus4                Am
I'm so mistaken, lost my direction

Em
My souls been shaken

G
I would find a different way to go

Am
There's no signs in life to guide you on that road

C
And if it's the most important thing you'll say

Em
Make sure they understand

G
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

Am
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

Em
Inaccurate and in precise

Am
There is no gift without a price

G            Am                              Em
I'm so mistaken, lost my direction

Am
My souls been shaken

Em
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

G                                                    Dsus4
Every way you wonder if you're wrong

Em
Inaccurate and in precise

Am
There is no gift without a price

G, Am, C, Am
            
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