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Hope Of Deliverance chords

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[C  Am] x2

              C  Am      Dm
I will always be hoping, hoping.
                C  Am
You will always be holding,
holding my heart in your hand,
              C    Am  C  Am
I will understand.

I will understand, some day, one day.
You will understand always,
always, from now until then.

                Am       Dm
When it will be right, I don't know.
                Am      Dm
What it will be like, I don't know.
            F        Am
We live in hope of deliverance
from the darkness that surrounds us.

 F        Am          F        Am
Hope of deliverance, hope of deliverance,
 F        Am                  Dm
hope of deliverance, from the darkness
        Dm         C Am C Am
that surrounds us.

And I wouldn't mind knowing, knowing
that you wouldn't mind going,
going along with my plan.

When it will be...

Hope of...

Inter: with chords of the first part.

Hope of...

 C        Am          C        Am
Hope of deliverance, hope of deliverance...

(I will understand).
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Crazy 92 Sep 15, 2006 02:53 PM

Who rated this 1 star? It was a good tab for me.

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pxiq 74 Aug 16, 2007 01:38 PM

oh yes dude, this is the right one, how the hell they play the intro with G and Em? it sounds soo bad. i love this song by the way!

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Suxie 10 Sep 07, 2008 10:59 PM

It's played on G and Em for the simple reason McCartney plays it with a capo on the 5th fret....watch him play this live and you will see what I mean and even get closer to the sound his guitar makes when played with said capo on the 5th fret

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