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Hope And Ruin Chords (ver.1)

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Hope And Ruin Chords (ver.1)

The Trews
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                This song uses a modified chord progression of G, G/F, C, D when played with capo in the 
4th fret. The original key is Eb. You can tune your guitar down to Eb if you like but I 
think it sounds better with the capo.

G  | G/F | C  |  D
------------------------
3     3    3     2
3     3    3     3
0     0    0     2
0     0    2     0
2     0    3     0
3     2    0     2 (with thumb)


Intro: G, G/F, C, D x2
G                  G/F
Hope and ruin
C                     D
Living the dream
G                  G/F
What we're doing
C                     D
Is not what it seems


G             G/F
First to last
C               D
Best to worst
G          G/F
Ash to ash
C              D
Blessed to cursed


C                D
If you break down
C                D
I'll pull you through


G             G/F
Hope and ruin
C                D
Gone too soon
G               G/F
Hope and ruin
C              D
Me and you

G, G/F, C, D

Progression repeats same through verse, bridge and chorus.

The sun came up
And the world turned 'round
But I saw right through it
It will go back down

If I break down
Will you pull me through?

Hope and ruin
Gone too soon
Hope and ruin
Me and you

       C
And it's heavy now
       D
And it weighs me down

Hope and ruin
Gone too soon

C           G
Ba da ba da da da da da
C           G
Ba da ba da da da da da
C           G
Ba da ba da da da da da
D
Da

Hope and ruin
You were the best
Now you're through and
You're on to the next

So you're leaving now
Have you done enough
Will they hold you to it
Will you rise above

I will get through

Hope and ruin
Gone too soon
Hope and ruin
Me and you
Hope and ruin
Gone too soon
Hope and ruin
Me and you
Hope and ruin
Gone too soon
Hope and ruin
Me and you
            
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