Thoughts Of A Dying Atheist Uke tab by Muse

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Thoughts of a Dying Atheist'- Muse


Gm chordGm Bb chordBb
Eerie whispers
Eb chordEb Dsus4 chordDsus4 D chordD
trapped beneath my pillow
Gm chordGm Cm chordCm F7 chordF7
won't let me sleep
Bb chordBb
your memories

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I know you're in this room
Eb chordEb Dsus4 chordDsus4 D chordD
I'm sure I heard you sigh
Gm chordGm Cm chordCm F7 chordF7
floating in-between
Bb chordBb
where our worlds collide

(Chorus)

Cm chordCm Cm7 chordCm7 F7 chordF7
It scares the hell out of me
Bb chordBb BM7 chordBM7 Bb chordBb
and the end is all I can see
Bdim chordBdim Cm chordCm Cm7 chordCm7 F7 chordF7
and it scares the hell out of me
Bb chordBb Ddim chordDdim
and the end is all I can see
Eb chordEb Ebm chordEbm
yea yea yeaaaaa yea yea
Bb chordBb
yea yea yea
F7 chordF7 Eb chordEb Ebm chordEbm Bb chordBb
yea yea yea o aaa oaaaaaaaaaaaaa


Gm chordGm Bb chordBb
I know the moment's near
Eb chordEb Dsus4 chordDsus4 D chordD
and there's nothing we can do
Gm chordGm Cm chordCm F7 chordF7
look through a faithless eye
Bb chordBb
are you afraid to die

(Chorus)

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About this song

Another song where Bellamy is in character, dealing with his atheism. As the title suggests, it concerns the thoughts of a dying atheist, scared by his non-belief in an afterlife. Now, at the moment of his death, he must face the disheartening non-existence he will soon inhabit. Just before the bridge, at 2:04, Wolstenholme can be heard jumping into the pool at Grouse Lodge recording studio as Howard hits his cymbals. Written by: Matthew Bellamy Produced by: Rich Costley