shy away chords twenty one pilots

Shy Away Guitar Chords

C: 032010;
F: 133211;
G: 355433;
Am: x02210;
Dm: xx0231;
Transpose up:




(INTRO)

F 
 
Am 
 
G 
 
E 
C 
 
G 
 
 
 
(VER)
 
F 
When I get home
Am 
You better not be  
G 
there
 
We’re placin’  
E 
bets you won’t
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
C 
Shed your  
G 
modesty
F 
And the only  
Am 
thing to leave be
G 
hind
 
Is your own  
E 
skin on the  
C 
floor
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
G 
Don’t you sh
F 
y away (Ah-ah-ah)
Dm 
Manifest a ceiling
 
When you  
Am 
shy away (Ah-ah-ah)
G 
Searchin’ for that feelin’
 
Just like  
F 
an “I love you” (Ooh, ooh)
Dm 
That isn’t words (Ooh, ooh)
Am 
Like a song he wrote
G 
That’s never heard (Ah-ah-ah)
 
Don’t you (Shh)
 


 

 
 
 
(VER)
 
F 
When you get home
Am 
You barely recogni
G 
ze the pictures
E 
They put in a frame
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
C 
’Cause you shed  
G 
your 
 
modеsty
 
Don’t circle the track
 
Take what you havе
 
And leave your skin on the floor
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
G 
Don’t you sh
F 
y away (Ah-ah-ah)
Dm 
Manifest a ceiling
 
When you  
Am 
shy away (Ah-ah-ah)
G 
Searchin’ for that feelin’
 
Just like  
F 
an “I love you” (Ooh, ooh)
Dm 
That isn’t words (Ooh, ooh)
Am 
Like a song he wrote (Ah-ah-ah)
G 
That’s never heard
 
 
 
(VER)
 
F 
When I get home
Dm 
Boy, you better not be there
Am 
You’re long gone
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
G 
You shed your modesty
 
Don’t circle the track
 
Just break the cycle in  
Am 
half
 
And leave your skin on the  
G 
floor


 

 
 
 
(CHO)
 
G 
Don’t you sh
F 
y away (Ah-ah-ah)
Dm 
Manifest a ceiling
 
When you  
Am 
shy away (Ah-ah-ah)
G 
Searchin’ for that feelin’
 
Just like  
F 
an “I love you” (Ooh, ooh)
Dm 
That isn’t words (Ooh, ooh)
Am 
Like a song he wrote (Ah-ah-ah)
G 
That’s never heard
F 
 
Dm 
 
Am 
 
G 
 
 
 
(OUTRO)
 
Am 
An “I love you”
 
That isn’t words
C 
Am 
Like a song he wrote
G 
That’s never heard
 
Don’t you shy away

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“Shy Away” is the single track album by Twenty One Pilots. In the track electric guitar played by Tyler Joseph.
Song based on C scale and played with 5 chords.

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