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Love Come Rescue chords

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Athlete - Love Come Rescue
Album -  Black Swan

tabbed by David Gates

This is one of my favorites from their new album and is easy to play. Verses are 
played using stardard chords and the chorus uses bar chords.

Capo 6th fret

Am C G D
Verse 1:

Am  C                   G              D Dsus4 D
    Mother do you still love this child
Am  C             G         D Dsus4 D
    A baby on the run
Am  C                G              D Dsus4 D
    Father would you forgive me now
Am  C                   G      D Dsus4 D
    When you see what I have become

          F       G
Love come rescue
          F       G
Love come rescue

Verse 2:
Am  C                        G          D Dsus4 D
    There's a swallow on the phone wire
Am  C                      G      D Dsus4 D
    Singing songs until my pain
Am  C               G       D Dsus4 D
    Songs that will remember
Am  C                G      D Dsus4 D
    Or to lift me up again


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mr. blobby 113 Sep 05, 2009 11:29 AM

There are no D chords... where you have Ds, it should just be G (with a little bit that goes 1 0 1 3 1 relative to capo on the b string)

Apart from that its all right i think :) good one

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firetail0 110 Sep 10, 2009 08:33 AM

mr. blobby is right

Also, the album version has a final part, featuring many "oohs"
I cant be bothered to actually write the rhythms, but the chords at the end are:
Dm, Am, C, G (with the little 1 0 1 3 1 part like the verse)

And the track strangely ends on a C/G (at least the top 3 strings are 010 and the bass note is a G... it has a weird note in it somewhere though.)

Great Chords though, cheers!

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damien10milton 10 Sep 24, 2009 10:52 PM

Just to comment on Mr Blobby - agree - no D chord, but the chord is

320010 then 320000, 320010 320030 320000 then back to Am - each sequence 3 strums

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