Perhaps due to the degree of difficulty, the online chord charts are generally good, though I didn't find any that were 100% accurate. For once, it doesn't much matter if you capo it or not; no matter what you do you'll run into a ton of weird chords. To play it in the same key as the original, use Capo 1. Fascinating fact: the song's Wikipedia entry claims that George Michael used to play this as a busker in the London Underground. If true, props to someone I'd previously dismissed as a lightweight. It's not an easy song to put across as a solo performer.
A few notes on the chords below: the aforementioned outlier, Adim7, is fingered x01212 low to high. Csus2 is x3x033. Now, this is a matter of taste, but in my music I use the Csus2 in place of a standard open C about 80% of the time. It just sounds better to me. If you listen to the song as you learn, you'll also note that some of these chords really fly by, particularly in the second half of the bridge, pre-chorus and chorus. Expect to stumble over those bits at first.
Here, then, are the real chords to Queen's "'39," written by Brian May:
- Intro 1 (spaghetti western bit): C Am E Bb Eb Bb C F G
- Intro 2 (folky bit): G D Em C G D C G G D Em Csus2 Csus2 D Dsus G
- Verse: D Em C G D Em Em7 Csus2 Dsus D G
- Pre-Chorus: D Adim7 Em Am G D C Em C D C G D (that last G is so quick, but necessary to set up the D)
- Chorus: G Csus2 G D G B7 Em D C G/B Am G D G
- Bridge: Eb Cm7* A C F#m C Am E Bb Eb Bb C F G
- End: G B7 Em D C G/B Am Em D (G ... implied, not played)
- Outro: G D Em Csus2 Csus2 D Dsus G