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Long Time Coming chords

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Chords used

   G#  F#maj7  C#   F#
e--4-----9-----4----2---|
b--4-----9-----5----2---|
g--5-----10----5----3---|
d--6-----11----5----4---|
a--6-----9-----4----4---|
E--4-----x-----4----2---|

verse1:
G#                         F#maj7                        C#
Tore it up and walked away why'd you wanna go do that for?
G#                         F#maj7                        C#
Threw your lego in the lake why d'you wanna go do that for?

chorus:
F#                                             G#
And your a long time coming a long time coming home
                      F#                          G#
Do you see me reeling off the lines ive seen your ive seen your eyes
C#                               F#
How can you grow old you were my triumph x2

Verse2:
G#                             F#maj7                       C#
Turn your face into the squall why'd you wanna go do that for?
G#                                 F#maj7                       C#
You carved your name into the wall why'd you wanna go do that for?

repeat chorus x2

            
            
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Random Bloke 103 Mar 17, 2006 08:00 PM

I think you're pretty much right, but i reckon greg plays G# as
x-11-10-8-9-8 and C# as 9-11-11-10-9-9.
I could be wrong but I think it sounds closer to the mark this way.
Good work though. An awesome song by an awesome band.

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