On The Other Side played in guitar may be one of the good music you loved. Not only hearing the song but you can play “On The Other Side by Ministry of Magic” using guitar too. Yeah .. this music by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

When you are searching for On The Other Side guitar chords, you just come to the best place.

Yups, guitar is tough to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play On The Other Side music.

“On The Other Side” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Magic Is Might (2010)” album.

On The Other Side by Ministry of Magic Guitar Chords

Ministry of Magic – On the Other Side
Jason Munday/Ryan Seiler
Notes: The C#m-B-E run maybe be simplified by using the power chord
shapes (noted below as Aleternative chords) if you have trouble with
bar chords. See/listen to the video to get the timing right on it too.
This is based on the chords Ryan (guy on the right) plays.

[E] [B] [A2] [E] [C#m-B-E]
[E]Up the spiral staircase [B]only to find
[A2]One empty perch within an [E]empty room[C#m-B-E]
[E]A sealed up snitch, a book of [B]nursery rhymes
[A2]The end of all our convers[E]ations[C#m-B-E]

[A2]Close my eyes
Maybe [C#m]I am [B]only dreaming
[A2]Try to lie
To my[C#m]self, you are [B]only sleeping
[A2]Close my eyes, [B]close my eyes

And [E]so the [B]phoenix [A2]cries
And [E]so the [B]phoenix [A2]flies
Ive gotta [C#m]always [B]keep in m[A2]ind
Another [C#m]great adv[B]enture wa[A2]its
On the other side[E][B][A2]
Ill see you on the other side[E][B][A2]

[E]Even if the Hallows [B]were at my grip
[A2]They’d only make me my own [E]enemy[C#m-B-E]
[E]Watching over me since [B]I left my crib
[A2]One of a thousand things you’ve [E]taught me[C#m-B-E]


Chords Used:
E 022100
[B]A2 [224442]002200
[C#m] [446654]
Alternative Chords (Power chords):
C#m x466xx
B x244xx

If you wanna learn Ministry of Magic On The Other Side guitar chords, you should to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only lack tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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