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Panic Switch Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Panic Switch Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

Silversun Pickups
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Capo 1

Riff:
   Dm
e|------------------|
B|------------------|
G|------------------|
D|--2------------0--|
A|--------0----3----|
E|-----0-----3------|

Intro: Dm

Dm
Time

It's never worth my time

Blue shine
E
Bleeds into my eyes

Dm
I still

Sleep on the right side

Of the white noise
E
Can't leave the scene behind

        Dm
Could I be anything you want me to be
     F                  G     Dm
It's always meant to be seen

Chorus:
F
 Do you see yourself in a crowded room
Dm
 Do your fingers itch, are you pistol-whipped
G
 And will you step in line or release the glitch
E
 Can you fall asleep with a panic switch
F
 And when you see yourself in a crowded room
Dm
 Do your fingers itch, are you pistol whipped
E
 Will you step in line or release the glitch
G                                         Dm
 Do you think she'll sleep with the panic

Dm
And I'll try

To hold on tight tonight

Pink slip
E
Inviting me inside

Dm
Wanna burn skin 

And brand what once was mine

But the red views
     E
Keep ripping the divide

Dm                 
If I go everywhere you want me to go
F                          G      Dm
How do I know you'll still follow

Chorus

Riff

Dm
I'm waiting and fading and floating away

I'm waiting and fading and floating away

I'm waiting and fading and floating away
                           E        Dm
I'm waiting and fading and floating

Solo

    Dm                     G
I'm waiting and fading and floating away
                       Dm
Waiting and fading and floating away
                       G
Waiting and fading and floating away
                    Dm
Waiting and fading, waiting and fading

Chorus
            
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