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A36 - Voodoo Nights Chords

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Voodoo Night
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Come ride with me 

to a place of dark despair 

Where we drown out our sorrows
 
And blank out all of our cares

[Chorus]
D              C   
Don’t take the reins away from me
D              C  
I’ll take my chains away from you
A
Steel horses lay 

all across the parking lot 

Playing for shadows 

just to see if they get what we got

CHORUS
A
A 36 

An eerie mist of a screaming guitar 

Some call it bliss 

Others use it for a quick fix

[Chorus]
A
Singing to the demons 

Trying to give them all nightmares 

Singing to the angels 

All they do is give us blank stares

[Chorus]
A
Waiting in the dark 

Guess my eyes forgot to ignite 

Fears start to spark

Just another voodoo night

[Chorus]


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