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The Lady Is Risen tab

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There's another tab here that's pretty accurate, but the picking pattern is
missing a little of what Johnny does and some of the chords at the end are
a little different, so I figured I would try to add what I've picked up.
The tabs below have the picking pattern I'm pretty sure he uses.
You just repeat the pattern until the next chord. Hopefully this format works, it's the 
first tab I've done.


     E                     B7         C#m (first inversion) A
e|------0----------|-----2----------|------4-----------|------5-------------|
B|-------------0---|-----------0----|------------5-----|-------------5------|
G|---------------1-|-------------2--|--------------6---|---------------6----|
D|------2--------2-|-----1-------1--|------6-------6---|------7--------7----|
A|-----------2-----|--2------2------|--4-------4-------|----------7---------|
E|--0--------------|----------------|------------------|--5-----------------|

    B                                  C#m (second inversion)
e|------7------------|-------9---------------|
B|--------------7----|----------------9------|
G|----------------8--|------------------9----|
D|------9---------9--|------11---------11----|
A|-----------9-------|------------11---------|
E|--7----------------|--9--------------------|



          E
She loves full and true, as a fighting bequest
                B7
she was given her earth by a sea come to rest
               E
And the children she bore loved this truly too much
                  B7
Calloused pride come to die in our hands as we touch
           C#m (first inversion)
And so soften me now, let me take as it’s given
            A
For the wind's started up and the lady is risen

E, B7, E
(humming)

E
Is it snowing in London, And warm in your bed
             B7
Have I nothing to give you, I'm cold in your head.
                 E
But you're burning in mine, come to rest off the train
            B7
In the silence you've gone and the train comes again
              C#m (first inversion)
It’s been years since I saw you, I've learnt how to live
               A
And the love’s back in swing and the lady is risen

E, B7, C#m (first inversion), A, E

                E
Tell me where are the saints gone, Oh where is the pull
                B7
Are they flourished in times that were guarded with wool
                 E
You know limbless they marched till they fell off the map.
              B7
Are you sick of them falling like crumbs on your lap
              C#m (first inversion)
You once told me that this isn't all that there is
                A
And the band started up and the lady is risen.

E, B7, C#m (first inversion), A, B, C#m (second inversion), E
(humming)

                  C#m (first inversion)
You know life isn't always like the end of your novels
                 B7
Things might wind up but they always unravel
                 E
And I’ll watch you with eyes that can see I can see
                  B7
That you're too good at pulling that wool over me
              C#m (first inversion)
And I’ll fight but there’s nothing here I find to resist
                A
And the winds started up and the lady is risen.

E, B7, C#m (first inversion), A, B, C#m (second inversion), E
(humming)

            
            
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