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Interlude 1 Chords

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Its a capella but i found some chords tot make it a real guitar song.

Em                   G
She she she she only ever ver ver ver ver ,
G                          A
Walk to to count count her steps,
Em                            G
Eighteen teen strides and she stops to abide
G                               A
By the law that she herself has set.
Em                    G
That eighten steps is one complete set,
G              F#m            G         A
And before the next nine right and nine left.
Em                     G
She looks up up at the blueeeeeee,
A                     G    A           
And whispers to all of the above.
Em                   G
Don't let me drown, don't breathe alone,
    F#m              G      A
No kicks no pangs no broken bones.
Em                         G
Never let me sink, Always feel at home,
F#m                 G      A
No sticks no shanks and no stones.
               Em                G
Never leave it too late, Always enjoy the taste,
F#m                       G            A
Of the great great great grey world of hearts.
  Em         G
As all dogs everywhere bark bark bark bark
F#m        A
It's worth knowing,
Em            A       G                     F#m              Em    
Like all good fruit, the balance of life is in the ripe, and ruined.

Daniil
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yobobwhatsup 206 wrote on March 31 2013, 07:34 pm

The F#- sounded a little funny to me, besides that good job!

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auzzietaco 78 wrote on October 14 2013, 06:42 am

This fits well, nice work

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Oxus92 41 wrote on October 29 2013, 12:46 pm

I play a D instead of F#m, which sounds better to me

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