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Angel Song Chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
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Great White

The Angel Song

Am	      Fm                C               G
Fallen angel ripped and bruised think of better days.

Am            FM              C                G
Life is Rude..treats you bad, tears you wings away.
Am		FM               C                G
Raise you eyes, to star and skys,beleive in flyer ways.

Am               FM                 C                 D
Take your dreams,broken scheams,and sweep the past away.

        Am          G       Fm
	fly lonley angel....high above these streets of fire.
        Am          G       FM
	fly lonley angel....far awyay from mad desires.( Leave Behind the mad desires)

Am                                FM                 G
Hollywood aint paved with gold...its just a trick of lie.

Am			      FM                G
sunset falls on stars of old..blind you with it light.

Am                                FM                   G
spiders web of tangled lives they stertched across the hills.

distant says its glistaning like El Darados halls.
A dream of lights and frequent lives
but how are you to know
streets are hard,there meanings scared where olny fool find gold.
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felipe.mancha.9 10 Dec 25, 2015 08:48 PM

very helpful

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mangr3n1 10 Mar 26, 2016 06:17 PM


Am (xx2210) Fmaj7 (xx3210) F#?(xx4210) G(3x000x) E(4x210x)

This is what I worked out that seemed to sound more like the piano...

Listen to the piano carefully you get 3 bars of a baseline halftone walk up with the same treble notes, then a quick 2 steps up in the last bar, but you can accommodate that with the G > G# walk up on the bass string and it works for strumming or for some kind of picking pattern.

So it looks like a C, but it's not it's some type of modified G to an E

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