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Two At A Time chords

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Artist: Guster 
Album: Keep It Together 
Song: Two At A Time 

Note: This is really just the bonus track (number 14) on Keep It Together. No name is
listed, it is not named in the liner notes, but for our sanities sake we're just going to
call it Two At A Time. It just makes sense. The intro, verses, and choruses are all the
same chords, so we will just call that part A. The only difference is in the bridge, so
we will call that part B. 

Intro : F, Gm, C (repeat) 

Verses: F, Gm, C (repeat) 

Choruses: F, Gm, C (repeat) 

Bridge: E, F, G, C 

LYRICS 
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(PART A) Once upon A time,
For the Lord the skies they parted 
So a few must die, 
To bring us back to where we started

Two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time,
do what you're told. 

Each and every kind were gathered up, 
This tiny boat, the future of the world 
For those that drowned it made no sense, 
They should have known, because we told them so 

Two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time,
do what you're told. 

(PART B) I can see the rain's a'comin' 
To wash away the filth and vermin, 
Hand in hand we'll watch them runnin' 
On... *  

(PART A) 
Now it's summertime, 
Long ago the skies they parted 
So a few have died, 
To bring us back to where we started         

Two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time, 
two at a time, 
do what you're told. 

*At this point in the song, hold on C until you have to go right back into Part A. 

Note: Just a few suggestions; I think that it is best to use barre chords as much as
possible. I mean, I'm not going to stop you from using regular open chords, but I just
think that it is better to use barre chords, because it gives you a fuller sound that
sounds a little bit better than open chords. Also, the first few bars of the song there
is no guitar at all. It is just a little of drumming, and some weird sounds.  

Have fun!
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