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How Far Our Bodies Go Tabs (ver.1)

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How Far Our Bodies Go Tabs (ver.1)

Fake Problems
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                Intro: D

Verse 1:
D
well, oh well
   G
oh here i am
D
we were born
       G
in our mother's arms
    A             D
but we have since grown

Verse 2:
D
and when you die
        G
i'll be by your side
      D
and i hope to see
          G
your soul slowly deplete
   A          D
to nothing at all

Bridge:
      G                D
and i know you're not afraid
      G                     D
but i think you will be someday
   G                D             A                   D
we learn to measure how. just how far these bones can go

verse 3:
    D
and well oh well
   G
ah here i am
    D
i'm still alive
      G               A          D(to the end)
and i think that i'll stay for a while

for anyone that's interested.. the guitar 2 part you hear at most transitions is:

|-------------|
|-------------|
|-------------|
|-------------|
|-----5-7^-5--|  x4
|-5-7---------|

and during the bridge:

|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|------------------7-77-777/11-1111-111111--|
|-----5-7^-5--x2----------------------------|
|-5-7---------------------------------------| x3
|-------------------------------------------|

|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--12-1212-121212-12-1212-121212-14-1414-141414-14-1414-141414-|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

(those are all elevens, twelves and fourteens.. to clarify.. not ones, twos and fours..)
            
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