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Cold Wind To Valhalla Chords

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4th fret
Cold Wind to Valhalla 
Capo 4th fret
Tempo: Brisk / Fast
Intro: (Bar chords;) Pick the 4th string then strum
Dm  A  Dm  A  


(Rest of the song use standard chords:)

Dm
And ride with us young bonny lass, 

           C 
  with the angels of the night. 

Dm                   C 
Crack wind clatter, flesh rein bite 

Dm 
    on an out-size unicorn. 

F                   C                Dm 
Rough-shod winging sky blue flight 

F                 Dm 
on a cold wind  to Valhalla.
 
C                  Am                     G 
And join with us please, Valkyrie maidens cry 

                         Dm 
  above the cold wind to Valhalla. 

(2nd Verse) 
Breakfast with the gods night angels serve, 
  with ice-bound majesty. 
Frozen flaking fish raw nerve, 
  in a cup of silver liquid fire. 
Moon jet brave beam split ceiling swerve,
 and light the old Valhalla, 
Come join with us please,  Valkyrie maidens cry, 
  above the cold wind to Valhalla. 
The heroes rest upon the sighs,
 of Thor's trusty hand maidens. 
Midnight lonely whisper cries, 
"We're getting a bit short on heroes lately." 
Sword snap fright white pale goodbyes,
 in the desolation of Valhalla. 
And join with us please, Valkyrie maidens ride, 
  empty-handed on the cold wind to Valhalla.

Helps to listen to the song a few times.
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