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Join Me Chords (ver.1)

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Join Me Chords (ver.1)

H.I.M
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                INTRO:Piano transcribed for guitar
E|-------------|------------|------------|--------------|
B|---------9---|--------5---|------------|--------------|
G|------11-----|------8-----|--------4---|--------------|
D|----9--------|----6-------|------8-----|--------------| (x3)
A|--7----------|--4---------|----6-------|--------------|
E|-------------|------------|--4---------|--------------|
  E             C#m          G#m          G#m

E|-------------|-------------|
B|---------9---|----------11-|
G|------11-----|-------13----|
D|----9--------|----11-------|
A|--7----------|--9----------|
E|-------------|-------------|
  E             F#

VERSE:

G#m        Ebm
We are so young
    G#m             Ebm
Our lives have just begun
    G#m            Ebm
But already we are considering
C#m              F#
Escape from this world

And we've waited for so long
For this moment to come
We're so anxious to be together
Together in death

CHORUS:

E         C#m             G#m
Would you die tonight for love? (Baby, join me in death)
E        C#m G#m
Would you die?    (Baby join me in death) 
E         C#m             G#m
Would you die tonight for love? (Baby, join me in death)
E        C#m G#m                          E  F#
Would you die?    (Baby join me in death)


VERSE:

 Repeat

CHORUS:

 Repeat

BRIDGE:
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This live ain`t worth living

Join me, join me, join me
Join me, join me, join me

This life ain`t worth living!
 
CHORUS:
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Would you die tonight for love? (Baby, join me in death)
So would you die?    (Baby, join me in death)
Would you die tonight for love? (Baby, join me in death)
You can join me in death

    EADGBe
E   022100 or E5  022XXX
C#m X46654 or C#5 X466XX
G#m 355333 or G#5 466XXX
F#  244322
Ebm X68876
            
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