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      G (320003@1)name="chord_xx0232@1">D C (x32010@1)name="chord_022000@1">Em G (320003@1)name="chord_xx0232@1">D    CWell, (x32010@1)Ben     -     jamin,
C (x32010@1)                      D (xx0232@1)you crashed your plane again -
   G (320003@1)             Em (022000@1)a beautiful tailspin.
         G (320003@1)      D (xx0232@1)   C (x32010@1)   EmIt (022000@1)was going to happen soon enough,
             G (320003@1)       Emthe (022000@1)only question was when,
        C (x32010@1)                 D (xx0232@1)because I could smell the flames
    G (320003@1)             Em (022000@1)sleeping on your skin.

C (x32010@1)                GI (320003@1)love you for the things you do,
        Em (022000@1)              C (x32010@1)and I don't care who you do them to.
                             G (320003@1)           D (xx0232@1)You can wrap your stupid suffering around me.
           C (x32010@1)                    G'cause (320003@1)I thought it out, in the time I've got,
         Em (022000@1)            C (x32010@1)and I don't care if I drown or not:
                       G (320003@1)                DI (xx0232@1)just want to crash into that same cold sea.

it's pretty much the same throughout the rest of the song... except:

on the G when he sings " beauiful tailspin" and "question was when" and "sleeping on 
skin" (get my drift?), the g chord is played like this:

g-0-0-0-0-------------------.)    then the Em chord.
d-0-0-0-0-------------------.)          (regular g twice, then two times with the 2 fret on the
a-2-2-2-2        6th string-.)

i hope i didnt explain that part too confusing. you can always just use a regular G 
 well it sounds really good, have fun with this!

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