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Reasons For Waiting chords

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A* is an open E on the 6th fret, 077600
G* is an open E on the 4th fret, 055400

E                D  A*      G*  A*  G* E
What a sight for my eyes to see you in sleep
E                 D   A*   G*  A*  G*  E
Could it stop the sun rise hearing you weep
E          D            A   E
You're not seen, you're not heard
      G        A  E
But I stand by my word
Came a thousand miles
        C                      D   A
Just to catch you while you're smiling
E              D    A*      G*  A*  G* E      
What a day for laughter and walking at night
E            D A*        G*   A*  G*  E
Me following after, your hand holding tight
E       D      A     E              G         A   E      
And the memory stays clear with the song that you hear
If I can but make
    C               D   A
The words awake the feeling

   Flute solo

E                 D   A*      G*   A*  G* E     
What a reason for waiting and dreaming of dreams
E                       D     A*   G* A* G* E
So here's hoping you've faith in impossible schemes
E        D    A      E           G    A       E
That are born in the sigh of the wind blowing by
          G                        C                 D  A
While the dimming light brings the end to a night of loving

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Aberinkulas 138 Mar 14, 2013 06:33 PM

Nice, thanks :D

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scosio 1,288 Sep 10, 2014 08:15 AM

I believe this song is played in C with the capo (upside down) on the 4th fret, leaving the low E string open.

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