Am-Am9-FM7-F6-F-F-F-Am Bm is fingered as a barre chord off of the second fret. Bm9 is fingered the same way as Bm, but you let go of your middle finger. GM7 is fingered strangely: Pointer Finger: 2nd fret high E Middle Finger: 3rd fret B Ring Finger: 4th fret G Pink Finger: 5th fret D (You can bar the entire second fret with your pointer finger if you like.) For the G6, finger the GM7 but let go of your pointer finger on the high C. (Begins with 4x melody intro.) Am Am9 An old man by a seashore FM7 F6 At the end of day F F Gazes the horizon F Am With seawinds in his face Am Am9 Tempest-tossed island FM7 F6 Seasons all the same F F Anchorage unpainted F Am And a ship without a name (Bm for 3 bars before singing continues.) Am Am9 FM7 F6 Sea without a shore for the banished one unheard F F F He lightens the beacon, light Am at the end of world Am Am9 FM7 F6 Showing the way lighting hope in their hearts F F F Am The ones on their travels homeward from afar (Bm for 1 measure before singing continues.) Am F C F Am This is long-for got-ten F C Dm-Am Light at the end of the world F C F Am Hori-zon cry-un F C Dm The tears he left behind long ago (2x Melody intro thing intercedes.) Am Am9 The albatross is flying FM7 F6 Making him daydream F F The time before he became F Am One of the world's unseen Am Am9 Princess in the tower FM7 F6 Children in the fields F F Life gave him it all: F Am An island of the universe (4 measures of Bm and if you cool you can say Ohh on the 3rd measure.) Am Am9 Now his love's a memory FM7 F6 A ghost in the fog F F He sets the sails one last time F Am Saying farewell to the world Am Am9 Anchor to the water FM7 F6 Seabed far below F F Grass still in his feet F Am And a smile beneath his brow (Bm for 3 measures before singing continues.) Am F C F Am This is for long-for got-ten F C Dm-Am Light at the end of the world F C F Am Hori-zon cry-un F C Dm The tears he left behind so long ago (Intro melody x2, Bagpipe-thing solo, chorus, Introx2, Ending Bagpipe solo. Sing "So long ago" between the Intro melodies.) Judging from the videos I've seen of Marco playing it, I don't think he uses the same fingerings for the chords but it sounds the same to me.