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Dear Someone Chords

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Capo
intermediate
3rd fret
#-------------------------------PLEASE NOTE-------------------------------------#
# This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
# song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Dear Someone chords
Gillian Welch / David Rawlings 

Capo III

G

  C
I want to go all over the world
                 G   G7
And start living free
G                   G7
I know that there's somebody who
   G       G7  C
Is waiting for me

C
I'll build a boat, steady and true
   C7           Fm
As soon as it's done
F            D7    C    C7     A...  *
I'm going to sail along in the dreams
      D7   G   C    G
Of my dear someone

C
One little star, smiling tonight
                G   G7
Knows where you are
G                  G7
Stay, little star, steady and bright
   G     G7  C
To guide me afar

C
Blow, little wind, over the deep
    C7         Fm
For now I've begun
F         D7               C C7     A.. *
Hurry and take me straight into the arms
      D7   G   C   C7
Of my dear someone
F         D7      C C7     A.. *
Hurry and take me into the arms
      D7   G   C   
Of my dear someone

* A.. = G# barred on the 5th fret


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