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Wild Eyed chords

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  • This TAB depicts the accompanying chordal structure of this this lilting song.
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Song:    Wild Eyed
Artist:  London Grammar
Album:   Truth Is A Beautiful Thing, 2017
URL:     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truth_Is_a_Beautiful_Thing
Tempo:   3|4
Tuning:  Standard

Capo 4

Chords:  EADGBe
Dm7      XX0211
C        X32010
Am7      X02210
Gm7      353433
Bb       X13331


[Intro]
Dm7 C  Dm7 C


[Verse 1](Bass, Electric Viola & Keyboards, over)
Dm7            C
Sun, suffocate the atmosphere,
Dm7                       C
But I'm safe with you far away from here.
Dm7                     C
Another fire through an-other open door,
Dm7           C
It's what I'm living for.


[Verse 2]
Dm7                        C
Breath of mine be all that you need,
Dm7           (Gm7)         C
It's not much from a broken nothing.
Dm7                        C
Wear another truth on your turned-up sleeve,
Dm7                  C
This is everything I dream.


[Chorus 1](Full accompaniment, with Guitar & Electronic Drums, over)
Dm7       (Gm7)   C
Whoo-ooh, he-hell no,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and waiting.
Dm        (Gm7)      C
Whoo-ooh, yeah, hell no,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and wondering


[Verse 3](Bass & Keyboards, over)
Dm7                        C
Fortunately, I have enough of you,
Dm7
You say it's not where we are.
(Gm7)            C
It's not what we choose,
Dm7                                C
Looking out from all that you have built.
Dm7      (Am7)        C
With red skies I will drift.


[Chorus 2](Full accompaniment, over)
Dm7             C
Whoo-ooh, yeah, he-hell no,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and waiting.
Dm7       C
Whoo-ooh, ah, hell no,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and wondering


[Chorus 3]
Dm7                C
Whoo-ooh, what are your dreams?
Bb           C
Whoo-ooh, —- your dreams?
Dm7             C
Whoo-ooh, yeah, hell yeah,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and waiting


[Chorus 4]
Dm7               C
Whoo-ooh, oo-ooh, hell no,
     Bb            C
I am wild eyed and wondering
Dm7                C
Whoo-ooh, What are your dreams?
Bb                 C
Whoo-ooh, what are your dreams.


[Coda]
Dm7                C
Whoo-ooh, What are your dreams, Ye-ah,
Bb                 C
Whoo-ooh, what are your dreams. (Fade Out)


[End]


NOTES.
1.  Chords in brackets (e.g. Gm7) indicate the sung harmonies.
2.  “…The songs are a collaborative effort as (Hannah) Reid explains: "I write the lyrics and the top
lines. But the songs initiate from all three of us. Dot will write a piano part or a music score. Dan
will add some guitars." She describes the songs as "emotionally affected" and "writes about people who
come in and out of my life.”…”  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Grammar



            
            
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