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Lonely Wind chords

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Intro:

GDC# - F#miDAE – (Esus – E)

GD - A

         A                       Amaj7          
When I'm needin' a friend, I can talk to the wind.
        A7                       D
God I sure am glad that I found him.
          Dm                        A
Sometimes he seems to be, the only one beside me.
        E               Esus        E          
who can feel the Lord's breath all around him.


         C#                     Fm#             
Winter's cold frozen ice or a bright autumn day.
      B                        D    
On a warm summer night you can hear him say.


Chorus:  A   E         A  D        A      D       E
         Cry for me, sigh for me, sad my breezes blow.
A    E        A   D           A           D            E
Stay for me, play for me, the song my friends will know.
   G      D         A        GD - A
My lonely wind must blow.

         A                           Amaj7                 
Mighty friend that is mine, can you give me a sign.
              A7                D
He'll leave nothing but only to hear him.
              Dm                           A[/ch
I've seen the tall trees bend low when his mighty winds blow,
            E           Esus     E
and that's all the more reason I fear him.
         C#
Hear him call for the earth lonely,
      Fm#            
I can feel his great pain.
           B                         D         
But on the eve of this day I'll join in his refrain.


Chorus:  A   E       A    D       A      D       E
         Cry for me, sigh for me, sad my breezes blow.
A    E       A    D       A           D            E
Stay for me, play for me, the song my friends will know.
   G      D         A
My lonely wind must blow.

ABmiC#miDEF#mi – E(4th) – A

GDC#miF#miDAE    GD - A 



A                              Amaj7             
When I'm needing a friend I'll remember the wind,
        A7                             D
and my life here with the breezes of sorrow.
        Dm                             A
I'll be leaving him soon 'cause I've got to make room,
         E               Esus        E
for the lonely that will find him tomorrow.
     C#                         F#mi          
On a black stormy night in your bosom I'll cling,
         B                                 D
and I know I've found love and the last song I'll sing

Chorus:  A   E       A    D       A      D       E
         Cry for me, sigh for me, sad my breezes blow.
A    E       A    D       A           D            E
Stay for me, play for me, the song my friends will know.
   G      D        
   My Lonely wind
G      D        
   My Lonely wind
   Ritard thru this section below thru the cadence to end on A                  
       A6       A       
My lonely wind must blow.
Cadence-these chords are like the Chorus but slower with pause and feeling
 A    E      A     D     E     D     A

            
            
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SuperLInkArio64 212 Dec 24, 2015 03:49 PM

Although there is an Fmaj triad in the fourth chord of the verse, it should be interpreted as being part of a Dmin7. It's not that far off, but if you play each one over the song, the Fmaj7 sounds wrong. Other than that, very accurate and informative.

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