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Em Harriss - Batman Part I Chords

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Batman Part I Chords

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                [Verse 1]
C#m        E                    C#m           E
I felt the electricity stabbing into my sides couldn't f**king breathe
      C#m                 E
I was hanging upside down screaming like a banshee
C#m                 E
Neon sign above the door that I couldn't read

C#m             E
Cold chains are clenching to my ankles
C#m         E
Hot wax are dripping from the candles
C#m          E                         B
I am trapped blood rushing to strangle me


[Chorus]
E                          F#m              B
What am I here for I would never cause harm to anyone
E                               F#m              B
And my baby is probably missing me I should have said that I loved him


[Instrumental]
E C#m
E C#m
A F#m


[Verse 2]
C#m                  E
To the right of me a table holding knives
C#m                  E
To the right of me a table holding my life
C#m                  E
To the right of me I finally see his eyes
C#m                    E
He starts to laugh and I begin to cry

C#m         E
He saunters over with a grin
C#m                  E
Looks at me and says you won't feel a thing
C#m        E
My head is starting to spin
C#m        F#m
Will I see my baby again


[Chorus]
E                        F#m              B
What am I doing here I'd never bring harm to anyone
E                               F#m              B
And my baby is probably missing me I should have said I loved him


[Outro]
A             E
I should have said I loved him
A             B
I should have said I loved him

E C#m
E C#m
            
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