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My Bloody Valentine, Lose My Breath Chords (ver.1)

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Lose My Breath Chords (ver.1)

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                I have no idea what these chords are or if they're right, but here's what I came 
up with.  If you know what chords these are or have corrections, please tell!

Tuning: 1/2 Step Down - Eb Ab C# F# Bb Eb

"Chords" used
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B1: 024030
B2: 044030
F1: 033200
Em: 022000
G1: 355400



Intro: B1 B2 (2x)

     B1     B2
Keep coming now
  B1                          B2
Possessed of nothing more than hell
  B1        B2
Before I can speak
   B1                   B2
My world is wishing me asleep


B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...

G1 (4 measures)


B1       B2
Weigh me down
    B1                       B2
And when the darkness comes around
  B1      B2
Repeating heads
  B1                    B2
Remember nothing I have said


B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...

G1 (4 measures)

repeat chorus


B1        B2
Where are you
     B1                   B2
Come back again I want you to
     B1           B2
'Not now girl' you say
    B1                   B2
But I was born to lose my breath


B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
B1            
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...
F1            Em
   Ooo-ooooh uuuuu...

G1 (4 measures)

repeat chorus

end with G1
            
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