Laws Have Changed Tab

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Artist: The New Pornographers
 Album: Electric Version
  Song: Laws Have Changed



Tab author: John Baer (eddiebauerman16@aol.com)


Intro: E

Verse 1
E                                                     A
It was crime at the time but the laws, we changed 'em
           E                                   A
Though the hero for hire's forever the same one
D                               E       B      A
Introducing for the first time, Pharaoh on the microphone

Pre-chorus 1
     B    A          B                A              B                 A 
Sing all- hail, what will be revealed today, when we peer to the great unknown
         B                 E
from the line the the thrown?

Verse 2
E                                               A
Awakened to cheers after years on the faultline,
       E                                              A
We are shocked to be here in the face of the meantime.
D                                             E    B      A
Pharaoh all your methods have taught me is to separate my birth from bone

Pre-chorus 2
        B    A     B                   A              B                 A
It will all- fail, feeling what I feel today, when we peer to the great unknown
         B
from the line to the thrown.

Chorus 1
     C#m                     F#                           E                     
[(Na na na na na na)...form a line through here(x2) (Na na na na na na na na)
E      A           E 
Form a line to the throne (x2)] x2

Verse 3
E                                            A
Alone in the chain it remains to be seen how
    E                                            A
how well you play when the pawn takes a queen now
D                               E       B      A
Introducing for the first time, Pharaoh on the microphone

Repeat Pre-chorus 1 (x2)
Repeat Chorus 1 (x2)

Outro verse
E
It was crime at the time but the laws have changed, yeah! (x2)


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