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86 Chords

version 2
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Intro: E5   G#5   A5
Verse:
E5                       B5
       What brings you around?
B5                  A5                                E5
       Did you lose something last time you were here?
E5                          B5
       You'll never find it now.
B5             A5                         E5
       It's buried deep with your identity.

Pre-Chorus:
   B5                             A5
       So stand aside and let the next one pass.
   B5                              A5
       Don't let the door kick you in the ass.

Chorus:
    E5        G#5             A5
      There's no return from EIGHTY SIX.
    E5        G#5            A5
      There's no return from 86.
    E5        G#5            A5
      There's no return from 86.
    E5        G#5            A5              E5       G#5
      There's no return from 86   DON'T EVEN TRY


Verse 2:
E5                 B5
      Exit out the back
B5                        A5                    E5
      and never show your head around here again.
E5                   B5
      Purchase your ticket 
B5                         A5                    E5
      and quickly take the last train out of town.
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alex000525 10 Oct 06, 2015 07:05 AM

I think Gm# sounds better, atleast with regular chords!

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