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Time Machine chords

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Verse:
D                        G         D
If I ever thought I had lost my friends
D                        G         D
I'd roam this world till my back was bent
G                           A        D
To find them all searching high and low
Em                    G        A         D
You can never enough friends, this much I know

Chorus:
Em          Bm     A
If I had a time machine
Em              Bm         A
and if I could live in my dreams
Em                Bm     A
life is our only time machine
F#       G        F#      G
It only goes one way it seems
F#        G         A           D
we learn how as we float down streams

            
            
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pianogiblets 10 May 20, 2015 06:01 PM

Clearly wrong. The F# chord is completely wrong and the Bm and A chords are also very dodgy.why do you need 20 words.

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cillianfoster 10 Nov 08, 2016 06:50 AM

Well give the guy credit. All he's doing it trying to help. I have been playing around with this. As far as I know the guitar is detuned, but you can get it quite close in standard tuning. It's all based around D, so when playing the F# and the Bm just use them as bass chords. So play D/F# and D/B.

200230 (D/F#) and X20230 (D/B)

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