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Teignmouth Chords

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Verse:
Am        F
On the Night train
        C           Em       
From the city to the south
Am      F     
I saw spirits
      C           Em 
Crawl across the river mouth
Am
In skewed ascension
F
with no destination 
    C                   Em
like this lone batchelor in me
Am                        F
This constant yearning for great love and learning
        C                Em
and the wind to carry me free

Chorus:
F                    C                  Am            G
So when the birds fly south, reach up and hold their tails
F            C                Am              G
Pull up and out of here and bridle the autumn gales
F           C              Am                  G
Down by the burning cliffs, by the unrelenting roll
F           C              Am              G    Am(into verse)
Marry the untold blessings and anchor this lost soul



etc.Verse 2 is the same chords, as is the second chorus

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skater_guy 245 wrote on January 15 2007, 09:36 pm

the chorus doesn't seem to sound correct. but then again maybe it's my hearing. or the fact that there is no guitar in any of his songs...

it's nice to see another patrick wolf fan.

kudos.

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tothelighthouse 266 wrote on March 3 2007, 09:00 am

nice one. pretty perfect tabbing!

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pjramsay 59 wrote on May 29 2007, 02:31 pm

mabye an E major rather than minor?

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