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Here Comes The Flood chords

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     A6 = x02222
   B9/A = x07647 (no 5)
   A6/9 = x02422
  F#6 * = xx4x42

Chorus ending
e|-----------------|--------------------|
B|-1---3---5---7---|-9------------------|
G|-2---4---5---7---|-9------------------|
D|-----------------|--------------------|
A|-0---2---3---5---|-7------------------|
E|-----------------|--------------------|
   Am  Bm Am/C D     E


ORDER: I V1 PC1 V2 PC2 C1 V3 PC3 C2


[INTRO]
C#m7 | | Aadd9 | |
C#m7 | | Aadd9 | |
C#m7 | | Amaj9 | |
C#m7 | | A6/9  | |


[VERSE 1]
C#m                C#m7/B
    When the night shows
        Amaj9
    the signals grow on radios
C#m7                Emaj7/B
    All the strange things
         Amaj9
    they come and go, as early warnings


[PRE-CHORUS 1]
B                  E/G#         Aadd9
  Stranded starfish     have no place to hide
        Amaj7   F#7/A#    B      G#7/B#       C#madd9
  still waiting for   the swollen      Easter tide
          B4
  There's no point in direction
     A#m7-5    A6   Aadd9    E
  we can - not even choose a side.


[VERSE 2]
C#m7               Emaj7/B
    I took the old track
        B9/A
    the hollow shoulder, across the waters
C#m9            E/B
    On the tall cliffs
              Amaj7
    they were getting older, sons and daughters


[PRE-CHORUS 2]
B                G#m7  Bsus4/G#    Aadd9
  The jaded underworld         was riding high
  Amaj7    F#7/A#       B    G#7/B#       C#m
  Waves of steel hurled metal      at the sky
      B4
  and as the nail sunk in the cloud,
      A#m7-5    A6       Aadd9      E
  the rain  was warm and soaked the crowd.


[CHORUS 1]
E          Emaj7/B    C#m  C#m7
Lord, here comes  the flood
B             G#/B#             C#m
We'll say goodbye  to flesh and blood
    G#/B#
If again the seas are silent
   C#m                C#m C#madd9
in a - ny still alive
G#/B#            D#sus4/A#    G#5          F#6 *   Aadd9
It   'll be those         who gave their is - land to  survive
        Am Bm Am/C    D        E
Drink up,     dreamers, you're running dry.


[VERSE 3]
C#m7                    Emaj7/B
    When the flood calls
        Amaj9
    You have no home, you have no walls
C#m        C#sus2     Emaj7/B
    In the thun - der crash
             Amaj9
    You're a thousand minds, within a flash


[PRE-CHORUS 3]
B                  Eadd9/G#            A
Don't be afraid to cry     at what you see
    Amaj7  F#7/A#        B    G#7/B#    C#m
The actors gone, there's only you   and me
    B4
And if we break before the dawn,
        A#m7-5  A6        Aadd9   E
they'll use   up  what we used to be.


[CHORUS 2]
E          Emaj7/B    C#m
Lord, here comes  the flood
B             G#/B#             C#m
We'll say goodbye  to flesh and blood
    G#/B#
If again the seas are silent
   C#m
in a - ny still alive
G#/B#            D#sus4/A#    G#5          F#6 *   Aadd9
It   'll be those         who gave their is - land to  survive
        Am Bm Am/C    D        E
Drink up,     dreamers, you're running dry.

            
            
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