Leaving Entropia Epilogue
Pain Of Salvation
This song works nicely with a single guitar. I think the sound is very close to the original with these chords. The 'add-something' chord variants add (ha ha) some different quality to the standard variants like I hear it, but you can drop them and just play the normal ones if you want to. But do use the M7 chords. The intro is a variation on the verse melody. The tab gives the core melody, play some extra notes here and there if it sounds good. Or just do something with the chords. Intro & Interlude ================= Dm C BbM7 C Dm E| 1 0 0 1 | 0 0 0 | 1 | 0 | 5p0 3p0 B| 3 3 1 3 | 3 1 1 0 1 3 | 3 3 | 3 1 3 | 3 3 3 3 G| 2 2 | 2 | 2 2 | | 2 2 2 D| 0 | | 3 3 | | 0 A| | 3 | 1 1 | 3 | E| | | | | Chord list ========== AM7 x02120 BbM7 x13231 C x32010 Cadd9 x32030 CM7 x35453 D xx0232 D7sus2 x5x555 Dm xx0231 DM7 x57675 Em 022000 Emadd9 024000 F 133211 Faddb5 13320x G 320003 or 320033 Gadd9 320203 The song ======== Dm C BbM7 C Dm [-Intro-] Dm Walk with me C And see the world I see BbM7 It is our home C Dm It's where we all belong Dm Life is flair C A brittle dress we wear BbM7 A fleeting sigh C G But though pointless it may seem: BbM7 Cadd9 D Live as death were but a dream G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F You don't have to walk their way G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F You don't have to watch the show G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F Em / Emadd9 You don't have to play their game CM7 BbM7 AM7 DM7 D7sus2 CM7 Dm C BbM7 C Dm You don't have to die to leave Entropia [-interlude-] Dm All remains: C Forgotten smiles in frames BbM7 Two fleeting lives C Dm Cut down to pocket-size Dm Walk with me C And change the world we see BbM7 We'll cease to be C G Just people passing by BbM7 C D Home is where we all get by G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F You don't have to cry for more G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F You don't have to have it all G / Gadd9 Faddb5 F Em / Emadd9 You don't have to win a war CM7 BbM7 AM7 If death is but a dream DM7 D7sus2 CM7 then don't let me N.C. ...fall asleep... Final remarks ============= G / Gadd9: first play the three lower notes of the G chord, then hammer-on g-a (3rd string). Em / Emadd9: similar to G / Gadd9 D7sus2: sounds better for me without the 1st string.