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Hold On To Midnight Chords

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Band: Freddy Jones Band
Song: Hold On To Midnight

Tabbed by sPiN cO. (manata@purdue.edu)

If you intend on playing this song acoustically, I recommend that you listen to the last couple of 
of the song to gain a better feel for the rhythm, as this is the main acoustic riff by itself.  The (C) chord is 
bass walk-up to C chord; easily heard in the last couple measures also.  Q?s or Comments to email above.  Rock on.

*Verse*:
G           (C)         G
   Living on rust and water
A                F
   Vitamins and codine
G        (C)          G
   Rising tides have returned
A                          F
   To the cool blue of the evening

Running on the needles working
Past the bottle of reason
I know the blanket I?m feeling
I hear the stars are in season

*Chorus*: x 2 (hold F 2nd time around)
C      G     F
  Hold on to midnight
C         G             F
  Feeling strong at the wrong time

*Verse*:
Burning coal and daughter
Shine your light on the ceiling
Black cat testing water
Darkness father evening
Neon lights on the border
Hard to see in the morning
Dragging feet to the pouring
Tired hands dropping quarters

*Chorus*: x 2 (hold F 2nd time around with ?Feeling Yea?)
Hold on to midnight
Feeling strong at the wrong time
Feeling Yea

*Bridge*:
D & C, end in G

*Verse*:
Living on rust and water
Vitamins and codine
Black cat testing water
In the cool blue of the evening

*Chorus* x MANY
(Feeling is alright)

*Intro Riff*
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