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The Brilliant Dance chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
This song is a nice little tune to listen to while strolling down memory lane. :) Adam, 
al-face, of course miss Courtney J... good times, good times. Adam I know you'll end up 
sometime tryin to learn this song. So, I hope you put it to use. =)


Dmaj7     E7(no3rd)         G5
So this is odd,

    Dmaj7                 E7(no 3rd)      G5
the painful realization that has all gone wrong.

    Dmaj7          E7(no3rd)              G5
And nobody cares at all,

Dmaj7              E7(no3rd)              G5
and nobody cares at all.

       D5              Dsus2     D
So you buried all your lover's clothes

    Gmaj7      G5     Gmaj7   G5
and burned the letters lover wrote,

       Esus2   E5      Em  Esus2
but it doesn't make it any better.

Gmaj7   G5      Gmaj7  G5
Does it make it any    better?

D5                     Dsus2     D
And the plaster dented from your fist

       Gmaj7      G5      Gmaj7      G5
in the hall where you had your first kiss

  Esus2     E5       Em        Esus2    
   G5   Gmaj7   G5
reminds you that the mem - o - ries will--- fade.

Dmaj7     E7(no3rd)     G5
So this is strange,

    Dmaj7                        E7(no3rd)  G5
our sidestepping has come to be a brilliant dance

      Dmaj7          E7(no3rd)       G5
where nobody leads at all,

      Dmaj7          E7(no 3rd)
where nobody leads at all.           G5

        D5                 Dsus2  D
And the picture frames are facing down

        Gmaj7    G5        Gmaj7     G5
and the ringing from this empty ---- sound

   Esus2  E5      Em     Esus2    Gmaj7     
  G5
is deafening and keeping you from sleep.

     D5            Dsus2   D
And breathing is a foreign task

    Gmaj7       G5      Gmaj7    G5
and thinking's just too much to ask

           Esus2    E5     Em     Esus2   
       G5        Gmaj7    G5
and you're measuring your minutes by a -- clock that's blinking eights.

D5        Dmaj7
This is incredible.

D6          D
Starving, insatiable,

G/B          Bm           Cadd2        Csus2
yes, this is love for the first time.

           D5                 D6          D
Well you'd like to think that you were invincible.

Dsus4        G/B          Bm     Cadd2        Csus2  
     D5    Dmaj7  D6
Yeah, well weren't we all once before we felt loss for the first time?

      D          G/B   Bm        Cadd2
Well this is the last time.

Csus2
This is the last time... This is the last time.


This is the last time.

            
            
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your.musician 10 Jul 23, 2011 01:21 PM

is it too much to ask what the strumming pattern is? Please help.

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