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Birds And Stars chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Great, simple song. Plays best with quick short muted strums, as in the original strong. Thumb strumming works
very well for giving it the original song's sound.

Am
Loving you it runs so deep.
G
Upon the surface here I sleep,
F
walking in dark and light,
G
walking all the day and night

Am
Rivers fall the ocean's side.
G
Fall for you every time,
F
like a bee to the flowers buzz.
G
Does a flower question love?

Am G F G

Am
On our best, the quest is primed, 
G
beating chest and open minds.
F
I stand here in your midst, 
G
see you through the smoke and mist.

Am
Once again for you I fall
G
underneath the tree so tall,
F
upon the limbs a nesting dove.
G
Does a birdie question love?

Am
In the backdrop of the night
G
I melt into the starry light.
F
The moon pushes and pulls the tides,
G
tempts the soul to stay alive.

Am
Once again for you I fall 
G
Underneath a million stars.
F
How could you ever have enough?
G
Oh this must be.
Am      G    F  G         G
Oh this must be love...


Am
So out from your slumber
G
Into the wonder
F
under the starlight
G
days, days. . . 

Repeat Last verse (4x)

            
            
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