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Requiem Of Innocence - Sirens Serenade ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Alright so this is a song My band wrote, one of the first origional compositions that we
recorded and played so I figured I would share it with everyone. The song can be played
any tuning what so ever. a solo can be added over the verse chord progression if you 
 Its not too hard to make one up for this song. So ya enjoy..if you want to play it
the origional use kind of a celtic acoustic guitar strum haha. enjoy ^_^

Verse
Am           F
   A broken man is lost at sea
   Gsus
he has no place to go
       Am
and he has no place to be
    Am
One dark and stormy night
   F
He hears a single Verse
        Gsus
It gets trapped inside his mind
         Am
And he's captured by the words


(PreChorus)
            Am                   F
And through blackened skies over Shaded seas
    Gsus
She calles your name
       Am
And it lingers in the breeze


(Chorus)

Fadd9/C      (Dadd9/A)  (Eadd9/B)
This   Is the Sirens     Serenade
     Fadd9/C    (Dadd9/A)  (Eadd9/B)
Yeah This Is the Sirens     Serenade


(Verse 2)

She sings her song of sorrow's pain
The man he tries to speak
But his words are lost in vain
And his heart begins to sink
And a part inside him dies
But a strength has been renewed
As he looks up into the skies

Chorus x 3

            
            
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