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Where Two Bodies Lie Chords

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D A D G B E
Where Two Bodies Lie - Moving Mountains

Drop D

Use octave chords and bar chords (the open D)


Intro: D x3 C# x3 D x3 C# x10 B x3 E x3 }x4


C#                 E
You don't see the fall
            C#
you know by now
             B
just how it feels
C#                                  E
Well you've got more to learn from this
              C#
I'll hold you safe
            B
Raise your hands up on my face


D x3 C# x3 D x3 C# x10 B x3 E x3 }x4

C#                    E
We walked around the path
                      C#
we walked a thousand times
        B
in our past 
C#                                  E
well you've got more to learn from this 
C#
so hold my hands
              B
and hold your breath

C#               E            D  <(OCTAVE CHORD)
'Cause you mean everything to me
C#                 E          D
So just let go of everything between
C#               E        D
I get scared of dying so bad
C#            E     D
But aren't we all scared?

D C# D C# B D C# D(octave)C# 

D              C#
Someday we'll find
D            C#  B
Our hearts will align
D                C#
And burn out the way
D(octave) C#
Burn the time
D              C#
Someday we'll find
D           C#   B
Our hearts will align
D                C#
And burn out the way
D(octave) C#   D(open)
Burn the time 
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