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Loss Chords
      C#7   Ddim7

A - E - C#7 - Ddim7 - F#m   (X4)

A                          E
We make the music that divides you
C#7         Ddim7              F#m
It's handed down as a thing to cry to
A                              E
And all my wars they treat you kindly
C#7             Ddim7               F#m
There's nothing more important that i see

A                             E
There was a time when all was empty
C#7     Ddim7        F#m
Unorganized a clog a death scene
A                               E
Things opened up and there's so many
C#7      Ddim7         F#m
Paths to walk ports of entry

E            F#m
Now that I'm gone 
E            F#m
Now that i'm long gone
     E                   F#m
This minute has come and gone
    Bm             F#m             A   E              
I never said to do anything but forget me

E          F#m
I can't be lost
             E               F#m
I've learned everything form loss
           E                       F#m
For what's gained there's an inner cost
D*      A*       A     E        
I won't pay it i never would        *: play that 5th fret

A - E - C#7 - Ddim7 - F#m
A                           E
We left the seasons back in Long Town
C#7         Ddim7           F#m
There was a hint of sadness going round
A                             E
We met the brothers who drove arrows
C#7        Ddim7              F#m 
And shot assumptions wide and narrow

A                         E
I know i mean what i'm forgetting
C#7         Ddim7            F#m
We give for everything we're getting
A                      E
A lot that hasn't been put away
C#7            Ddim7              F#m
It's building up for that fateful someday

E            F#m
Now that I'm gone 
E            F#m
Now that i'm long gone
     E                   F#m
This minute has come and gone
    Bm             F#m             A   E              
I never said to do anything but forget me

E         F#m
When it seems i'm around
       E                  F#m
Check again what's up and what's down
    E               F#m
Any silences make a sound
  Bm        F#m             A  E
Before the equation i'm the answer

A - E - Bm - A - E - D  ...
John Frusciante - Loss Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Loss tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Loss Chords:

John Anthony Frusciante (pronounced [fruːˈʃɑːnteɪ (info)) (born March 5, 1970) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as the guitarist of the alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, with whom he has recorded five studio albums. Frusciante also maintains an active solo career, having released nine albums under his own name, as well as two collaborations with Josh Klinghoffer and Joe Lally under the name Ataxia. His solo recordings incorporate a variety of elements ranging from experimental rock and ambient music to New Wave and electronica. Drawing influence from guitarists of various genres, Frusciante emphasizes melody and emotion in his guitar playing, and favors vintage guitars and analog recording techniques.

Frusciante joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the age of eighteen, first appearing on the band's 1989 album Mother's Milk. The group's follow-up album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, was a breakthrough success. However, he was overwhelmed by the band's newfound popularity and as a result quit in 1992. He became a recluse and entered a long period of heroin addiction, during which he released his first recordings: Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt (1994) and Smile from the Streets You Hold (1997). In 1998, Frusciante successfully completed drug rehabilitation and rejoined the Chili Peppers for their 1999 album Californication. Since then he has continued to record with the band and has received critical recognition for his guitar-playing, ranking eighteenth on Rolling Stone's list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" in 2003.[1]

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