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Nine Stories chords

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Nine Stories by mewithoutYou
Tabbed by John Eccleston
Standard Tuning


C#m A C#m B

C#m                                   A
Half-mast land grants homesteading laws
                                     C#m
Past Dodge Summit toward Athabasca Falls
                                       B
Practicing our Avocets and Gnatcatcher calls
C#m                                        A
I laid down my guns where the soldierfish swam
                                                 C#m
And slept inside the shoe of the world's tallest man
                                B
I saw Charlotte Corday with the knife in her hand. It was nothing new
C#m                                       A
I've perched on Steele Dakota's sandhill crane
                                           C#m
I flew among the Paiute before the Mormon rain
                                                         B
I was in Virginia City for the stringing up of Clubfoot Lane

But I've never seen anything like you

E      A           B
All untied, by and by!
B
But I'd pour the matrimony wine
E      A           B
All untied, by and by!
B                             E
So if you're ever so inclined
E
Oh you're ever so inclined
E
Oh you're ever so inclined

C#m                                 A
While low in a lodgepole branch nearby
                                   C#m
A lovesick Barnyard, an amorous eye
                                               B
What unprecedented gift does this afternoon provide?
C#m                                         A
What from the air now calls to water on the land?
                                             C#m
What from my seclusion does this charlatan demand?
                                          B
What to do now with my best-laid eremetic plans?
C#m                                           A
I've been to the Arfaks where the Sicklebills fly
                                       C#m
Seen Tangier's acrobatics nine stories high
                                                       B
I was there at Appomattox back in '65 when the General arrived, but I've never been in 
this room before!

E      A           B
All untied, by and by!
B
That same old dream's trapped in my mind
E      A           B
All untied, by and by!
B
I'm bound in ropes and on the firing line
E      A           B
All untied, by and by!
B                                        E
Well I wake up disappointed every time
       B                          E
Well I wake up disappointed every time
       B                          E
Well I wake up disappointed every time
               B                      E
Well I wake up disappointed every time!
      B                            Bm
And I wake up disappointed every time!


Bm                                  F#
If the weather ever withers up your vine
                             Bm
Jacob knows a ladder you can climb
                                          F#
If that old thorn is still buried in your side
                              Bm
Jacob knows a ladder you can climb

                                    F#
Well if your pacific rivers all run dry
                                         Bm
Their clouds will fill my loud corrupted sky
                                          F#
And if the pleasures of your heavens ever end
                                  Bm
That very ladder just as well descends

Bm F# repeat.

            
            
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mxerscott 1,126 Sep 11, 2012 06:07 PM

the other tab is right at the end. Its F# not Fm

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