A E What a shame to have to beg you to D C# See we're not all the same F#m What a shame F#m-A-E F#m-F#m-A-E F#m There's a hard life for every silver spoon A E There's a touch of .
Wasn't happy with the other versions out there, so I decided to give it a shot myself. This might (or might not) be the way it is played, but it sounds good.
Tutorial: What A Shame-Shinedown (acoustic)
Em G D What a shame, what a shame, Em To judge a life that you can't change G D The choir sings, the church bells ring Em So, won't you give this man his. What a shame What a shame to judge a life that you can't change A C The choir sings the chuch bells ring so won't you give this man his wings.
Bridge section: I don't have this all figured out but the base notes for the section are: Bb, C, Db, F#, Eb. Chorus 3: Play like 3x Outro: Play intro again. F#m-F#m-A-E. There's a F#m hard life for every silver spoon. There's a A touch of grey for every E shade of blue. F#m That's the way that I see life. If there was A nothing wrong, Then there'd .