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LosT Chords

(Version #1)
Bring Me The Horizon
[Intro]
 
F Dm Am Bb
 
 
[Verse]
 
F
Watching Evangelion
       Dm
With a big fat slug of ketamine
  Am
I lost the plot
                Bb
A little while ago, woah
   F
My dog just died, my friends hate me
  Dm
I saw myself on MTV
  Am                  Bb
and my ego is not my amigo (yeah, yeah)
 
[Pre-Chorus]
F
Oh, maybe I don’t belong on this planet
Dm
Red crescent moons all over my hands
     Am
It’s too much to take I can’t understand it
Bb
Someone tell me
 
 
[Chorus]
 
F      Dm     Am
Why am I this way?
Bb
Stupid medicine, not doin' anything
F        Dm                         Am
What the hell is f**king wrong with me?
        Bb
I guess there’s no remedy, I’m so terribly lost
 
 
[Verse 2]
 
F
Imaginary enemies
Dm
Suicidal tendencies
Am                       Bb
Serotonin's proper on its arse, oh-oh
  F
I used to go to therapy,
        Dm
But the doctor tried to section me
    Am                          Bb
The next time that I open up to someone will be my autopsy
 
Because
 
 
F
I think I don’t belong on this planet
Dm
Red crescent moons all over my hands
     Am
It’s too much to take I can't f**king stand it!
Bb
Someone tell me
 
 
[Chorus 2]
 
F      Dm     Am
Why am I this way?
Bb
Stupid medicine, not doin' anything
F        Dm                         Am
What the hell is f**king wrong with me?
        Bb
I guess there’s no remedy always think of me, own worst enemy
 
I’m so terribly lost
 
 
[Bridge]
 
Bb Dm C/E Bb
 
       Dm
If I keep this up
 
I think I’m gonna breakdown(x2)
 
 
[Breakdown]
                        Bb Dm C Bb
Oh my God
 
I think I'm gonna break down
 
Oh my God
 
I think I'm gonna break down
 
(Woah-oh-oh-oh)
 
I think I'm gonna break down
 
(Woah-oh-oh-oh)
C
 Someone tell me
 
 
[Chorus 3]
 
F      Dm     Am
Why am I this way?
Bb
Stupid medicine, not doin' anything
F        Dm                         Am
What the hell is f**king wrong with me?
        Bb
I guess there’s no remedy, I’m so terribly lost
F      Dm     Am
Why am I this way?
Bb
Stupid medicine, not doin' anything
F        Dm                         Am
What the hell is f**king wrong with me?
        Bb
I guess there’s no remedy, own worst enemy
                      F
I’m so terribly lost





How to Play "LosT" by Bring Me The Horizon on Guitar

[Intro]

Basic chord structure: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Strum each chord nicely, allowing it to ring.
Focus on smoother transitions between changing chords.
[Verse]

Chord progression: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Play softly with a strum in the quiet feel that the verse has.
Use downstrokes for a steady rhythm.
Play very softly, and let the chords sustain to bring out the lyrics.
[Pre-Chorus]

Chord progression: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Build the intensity up a notch by the time you reach the chorus.
Maintain a constant strumming pattern with a focus on timing.
Make sure all chord changes are smooth.
[Chorus]

Chord progression: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Play with more vigor in this part to coincide with the energy of the lyrics themselves.
A mixture of the down and up strums will give a fuller sound.
Emotionally accentuate the high points of the lyrics.
[Verse 2]

Verse 1 progression is back: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Keep stroking the strings softly and play the same light pattern.
Make sure transitions are clear and rhythmic.
[Pre-Chorus]

Repeat the pre-chorus chord progression: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Play harder in the build-up to the chorus.
Keep your strumming in time and on the beat.
[Chorus 2]

Play the chorus in sequence: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Strum this vigorously, to suit the high energy of the feelings.
In general, focus on a sharp transition of chords and a pounding rhythm.
[Bridge]

The chord progression is Bb, Dm, C/E, Bb.
It's a mixture between strumming and plucking that will make the sound more textured.
Strong dynamics, especially in transitions.
[Breakdown]

Chord progression: Bb, Dm, C, Bb.
Play with intensity, matching the level of a breakdown that sounds chaotic.
Strum hard and let every chord really ring out.
Keep the pace and the dynamics up throughout.
[Chorus 3]

Repeat the chorus progression: F, Dm, Am, Bb.
Play with full energy, emphasizing emotional gradients.
Maintain fluid, smooth transitions and good rhythm.
[Common Mistakes]

Make sure each chord is played cleanly without any strings being accidentally muted.
Don't rush the chord changes; practice it first slowly.
Keep a steady strumming pattern, especially when there is a transition.
[General Tips]

Add a small amount of reverb to your sound.
Play section by section before running the whole song.
Focus on ensuring both hands are coordinated to play clean and accurate.
Begin at a leisurely pace and work your way up to the song's tempo.
Song Details:
Bring Me The Horizon's song "LosT" talks with mental health issues. The honest and
reflective lyrics convey struggles that each individual has faced. Since its formation in 2004,
Bring Me The Horizon has undergone significant sonic evolutions. Oliver Sykes, the main
vocalist, is praised for infusing emotion into his delivery. They have won many awards and
have been praised for their music. "LosT" is perhaps the best example of how heavy
music combines with an emotional and touching text.            
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