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Requiem Chords

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Requiem by M. Ward from Post-War

G#/D is not the correct name but should be played:

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V1

D
Well he stormed with his feet
D
He clapped with his hands
D                      G           D
He summoned all of his joy when he laughed
                                   A
It suffered all of his joy when he cried.
       D                       D7
And sometimes when he got into talkin'
             G             G#/D
Man he could rattle on and on
         D            A       D
He was a good man and now hes gone.

V2
D
In war he was a tiger
D
When it was over, like a dove.
D                      G           D
He summoned all of his strength in the climb.
                                  A
It suffered all of his strength in the fall.
      D                       D7
Sometimes when he got into fighting
            G             G#/D
Man he could fight with you all day long.
        D            A       D
He was a good man, and now he's gone.

V3
           D          G      D
He put his trust in a higher power
            D            G    A
He held his power like a holy grail.
            D          G            D
He summoned all of his faith in the lifting
            D          G           A
It suffered all of his faith if he failed
              D                           D7
His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet
             G              G#/D
That's why I dedicate this song;
        D             G        D
He was a good man and now he's gone.

Solo: Same chords same as Third Verse

              D                           D7
His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet
             G             G#/D
That's why I dedicate this song;
         D            G        D
He was a good man and now he's gone.
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dmckenzie 457 wrote on April 5 2007, 01:59 pm

slight eff up in the last verses - its supposed to end D A D like the first verses, not D G D

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