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Setting Forth Chords

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Eddie Vedder
Setting Forth
Into The Wild OST


[Intro]

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e-------------0-------------------
B-------10------10--10------------
G-----7---7-------7---------------
D---0-----------------------------
A---------------------------------
E---------------------------------

At the end:

e---3---2---3--------
B---3---3---3--------
G---2---2---2---0----
D---0---0-------2----
A---------------2----
E---------------0----



[Verse 1]

D  Em
   Being, no concern
D  Em
   Point of no return
D  Em
   Go forward and reverse
D  G             A
   This I will recall
D  G                  A
   Yeah, every time I fall


[Chorus]

D A  Em                   G
Keep setting forth in the universe
D A  Em                   G
Keep setting forth in the universe


[Bridge]

Em          D/F#
Out here realigned
                G
A planet out of sight
                    D   A
On nature drunk and high


[Chorus]

D  A    Em  G
Keep...
D  A    Em  G
Keep...


[Instrumental]

D  A    Em  G


[Outro]

Dsus4 - D - Em
Dsus4 - D - Em7
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Gostop01 10 Dec 02, 2008 04:19 PM

Play this 3 Times for the intro
e-------------0-------------------
B-------10------10--10------------
G-----7---7-------7---------------
D---0----------------------------
A---------------------------------
E---------------------------------

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emiliovic97 10 Jan 16, 2016 05:41 AM

Chords are right?

Somebody answer me, please.
Thank You

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