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Yellow Moon chords

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Capo 1st
Intro: 4 X D, A

1 Vers: D, A, D, G, F#, A

Here far away

One could feel the earth vibrate

Moon changing shape and shade

as we all do under its gaze

1 Chorus: C, D. A, G, C, D, A
 
Yellow moon on the rise

Yellow moon on the rise

Intrumental brake: 4 X D, A


2 Vers: D, A, D, G, F#, AA, F#, A.

Round we go, where we stop and no one knows

So tonight the moon I go

2 Chorus: C, D. A, G, C, D

Yellow moon on the rise


Bridge: 
2 X Em, F#, G, AEm, F#, G, AEm, F#, G, A, G, A

An echo that rings a bullet unchained

one life, one grave joins the parade

At night the sky grows dark with fallen stars

who comes so far a headstone and grave

the colors turns grey, the black and white fades


3 Chorus: C, D. A, G, C, D, A

Yellow Moon on the rise

Yellow Moon on the rise


Intrumental brake: 4 X D, A


3 Chorus: C, D. A, G, C, D, A, G, C, D

Yellow Moon on the rise 
Yellow Moon on the rise

            
            
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ines_faria 245 Jul 19, 2014 04:06 PM

Lack of accuracy.

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magga1976 157 Aug 16, 2014 12:27 AM

Its very close; if you line the chords up with the word it would help. Also a fully strummed F# is wrong. I think the F# should be played as 3rd fret e and B strings and 2nd fret E string only; mute all other strings

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jared.mccracken 10 Aug 13, 2015 08:23 PM, edited on August 14 2015, 12:24 am

I think "AA" is actually G and the F#'s are (dont know name of chord- f/d?):

e 032002 E

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