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Orphans Kingdoms Chords

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(I am expanding on chords that were already up here, and correcting the misheard lyrics 
too.  Sorry to Brooke if the chords are not right, but I needed to see the right words 
to your song up here.  -Whiteswanlilly.)

Orphans, Kingdoms
by Brooke Fraser
(Sony/ATV Music Publishing for Aus/NZ, R.O.W. Control).


A  Bm G  D  (x2)

G          D
In Me, in you
G         D
Orphans, Kindgoms
     G              Bm       A    D
Wide eyes and paper crowns
G         D
Time will hold us
G     D
Time erode us
      G                  Bm      A
We're wrinkling children now

(chorus)
       G    D
We are wandering
          A         Bm
Where the wild wind blows
       G     D
We are happy here
           A         Bm
'cause the wild wind knows
        G(single strum)
What we are
G        D           G(single strum)
Orphans, kingdoms
G        D
Orphans, kingdoms

A  Bm  G  D

G         D
In me, in you
G         D
Fiends, explorers
G                   Bm        A  D
Babes with coats of arms
  G            D
A world inside us
  G            D
A feast, A harvest
G            D     Bm       A
Each soul a son, a star


(Chorus)

A  Bm  G  D  (x4, building)

A        Bm         G         D
Eat and drink for tomorrow we die
A       Bm         G          D
We will look our maker in the eye
A       Bm         G             D
Raise a flagon and drink to your health
A      B,          G        D
Who is he that can conquer himself?

(chorus)

A   Bm  G  D
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