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Spoken Wheel Chords

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The Spoken Wheel                great song
By: Flogging Molly

     Bm                A
Your passin' broke the silence                     
        G            A
On that dark October day 
Bm		     A 	
The sun was headin' for the west 
      G               A
As it did I heard you say
  Bm		     A
I set my sail for a gentle breeze
      G		                  A
Now I leave this world as it was meant to be
    G		  A	    D	A	Bm
And you, did you listen to anything I said?
    G 		A	Bm
Did you ever listen to me?

       Bm                  A
Though now it seems you'll never know
    G              A
But every lad to a man must grow
     Bm              A
Till winter comes to celebrate
     G                  A
Then proudly chills the bone
Bm                A
When at last they bury me
  G                     A
Into this ground you'll someday see
    G            A         D  A       Bm
And you, did you listen to anything I said?
    G	      A		D
Did you ever listen to me?

     G
Though the face we wear
     D
Sometimes seldom speaks
     G
From the babe that cries
     D
To this grown man's feet
     G
May the hand still write
     D
And its' heart shape keep
     G					Bm
Till our fathers, sons and daughters agree

[Bm, A, G]
                                   -Mike

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