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Fourteen Chords

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hey, this isnt perfect but i think its pretty close.
Hawk Nelson
Fourteen

Em   C      Em      D  
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
G                                 D
  The sun goes down, and then she slips away.
Em                       C
  It gets so lonely after dark.
G                        D
  If only we could relive yesterday. 
Em                        C
  Tomorrow always seems so far.
Em    C      Em    D
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
Em    C      Em    D  
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
G                             D
  The end is near; so much is left to say.
Em                         C  
  The world is getting cold tonight.
G                           D   
  The traumatized people are so afraid.
Em                          C
  I smile cause everything's alright
Em    C      Em    D
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
Em    C      Em    D
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
  G     D     Em    C
  Woah, Woah, Woah, Woah
  G     D     Em    C
  Woah, Woah, Woah, oh
Em    C      Em    D
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh
Em    C      Em    D
  Ooooh, Ooooh, Oooh

  
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six_foot_elf 13 wrote on March 8 2007, 07:42 pm

I'm not sure if the chords to the (Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh) part are quite correct, the first to chords (Em to C) seem correct, but im not sure if the 3rd chord (u have an Em) is correct, it doesn't sound quite right to me. But great job on everything else though, you nailed the verses. THUMBS UP!

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Fingerease44 76 wrote on March 29 2007, 01:41 pm

i did this by ear and i think the third chord of the "Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh" is an G, i played this on the piano and it sounds right : )

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apxfan 11 wrote on June 28 2007, 07:50 pm

the "oooooh ooooh ooooh ooooh" part is:

Em - C - G - D - D#

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