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Lifehouse - Sky Is Falling - Tabs

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Sky Is Falling - Tabs

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                Sky Is Falling
By Lifehouse
This song is tuned down from E to D  (DGCFAD)

Intro:	I believe this would be a variation of an E	  
The following is showing the string names relative to standard tuning,
for simplicity. Listen to the track for the strumming pattern. 
Thanks to those who previously posted the song.  The Notes were right,
however the tuning was incorrect.  
The cords may not be exact(i think in the bridge, but much 
closer than any I have seen posted.

E|--0-----------------------------------------|
A|---8h10---------5--------4----------3-------|
D|----------------4 h 6----4 h 6------4-------|
G|--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

Verse 1: (SAME AS INTRO)
	I watch as daylight crawls
	Past the shadows hanging on the wall
	It’s been a long time since I’ve felt the stain
	Of yesterday getting in my way

	A	       E	    Bm
Chorus:	I’m alive but tell me am I free
			A	      D
	I got eyes but tell me can I see
		    A		B	E
	The sky is falling and no one knows
	A	     E		  Bm
	It shouldn’t be hard to believe
			   A		 D
	Shouldn’t be this difficult to breathe
		    A		B	E
	The sky is falling and no one knows

		      
Verse 2: (SAME AS INTRO)
	You leave me hanging on, only to catch my breath
	I got you and I got nothing left
	Don’t leave me all alone down here
	With myself and all of my fear

Chorus:	I’m alive… (same as before)

Bridge:	Bm	D	B	F#
	Bm	D	B	F#
	Bm	F#	D	A
	B 	E	A

Chorus:	I’m alive… (same as before)
            
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