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::When I was listening to the bootleg of the September ´09 gig at Admiralspalast, Berlin, I noticed that Matt sings the alternative live Lyrics. Since Matt and Gaia broke up around Mid-December ´09 this wouldn´t make sense. Was it confirmed that the Lyrics were changed because of the Break-Up?[[User:BlackPainted|BlackPainted]] 21:42, 1 February 2011 (GMT)
 
::When I was listening to the bootleg of the September ´09 gig at Admiralspalast, Berlin, I noticed that Matt sings the alternative live Lyrics. Since Matt and Gaia broke up around Mid-December ´09 this wouldn´t make sense. Was it confirmed that the Lyrics were changed because of the Break-Up?[[User:BlackPainted|BlackPainted]] 21:42, 1 February 2011 (GMT)
 
:::I have to correct myself the first use of the alternative live Lyrics was at "The Den" on the 4th of September ´09![[User:BlackPainted|BlackPainted]] 21:32, 15 February 2011 (GMT)
 
:::I have to correct myself the first use of the alternative live Lyrics was at "The Den" on the 4th of September ´09![[User:BlackPainted|BlackPainted]] 21:32, 15 February 2011 (GMT)
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Do we have evidence that CADGBE tuning ("John Mayer" tuning, as it's sometimes called) was used for the studio version? It is definitely used live, which is how they hit the low C for the outro riffs. There's a very, very slim chance it could be CGCFAD (Drop C), but I'm pretty sure [[Sign o' the Times (song)|Sign o' the Times]] is their only song where that's used. They don't often deviate from standard and Drop D. Thoughts? --[[User:UTH-Bomb99|UTH-Bomb99]] ([[User talk:UTH-Bomb99|talk]]) 19:30, 4 October 2018 (BST)

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This song was used for the trailer of "The TOURIST". Heres the link: http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1810149482/video/21912067.

Im new to this.

Added to Black Holes and Revelations media use. --Dyingatheist 04:39, 3 November 2010 (GMT)

Just looked up the lyrics in the BHAR Booklet. There the 2 instance of the "since I met you" is actually a "since I lost you". Maybe I´m going mad and see things, so could plz someone look it up there, just to be sure.--BlackPainted

Your eyes are fine, it's in my booklet, too. Obviously a simple mistake. Time Q 16:20, 20 December 2010 (GMT)
On muse.mu it says "since I lost you" too. Maybe not so simple... just looked it up. --BlackPainted

Discrepancy between Lyrics

I noticed the discrepancy in the lyrics of "Map of the Problematique" displayed in the sleeve of "Black Holes and Revelations" and the lyrics that Matt actually sings until the end of 2009. In the sleeve the second instance of "Since I met you" is displayed as "Since I lost you". In the lyrics section of muse.mu the lyrics are displayed exactly the same as in the sleeve. I find this a bit odd. It doesn´t look like a typo. Maybe we should change it.

When I was listening to the bootleg of the September ´09 gig at Admiralspalast, Berlin, I noticed that Matt sings the alternative live Lyrics. Since Matt and Gaia broke up around Mid-December ´09 this wouldn´t make sense. Was it confirmed that the Lyrics were changed because of the Break-Up?BlackPainted 21:42, 1 February 2011 (GMT)
I have to correct myself the first use of the alternative live Lyrics was at "The Den" on the 4th of September ´09!BlackPainted 21:32, 15 February 2011 (GMT)

Guitar Tuning

Do we have evidence that CADGBE tuning ("John Mayer" tuning, as it's sometimes called) was used for the studio version? It is definitely used live, which is how they hit the low C for the outro riffs. There's a very, very slim chance it could be CGCFAD (Drop C), but I'm pretty sure Sign o' the Times is their only song where that's used. They don't often deviate from standard and Drop D. Thoughts? --UTH-Bomb99 (talk) 19:30, 4 October 2018 (BST)