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The Witching Hour chords

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The Witching Hour
by Philip Selway
Familial (2010)

Tab by: Sushimiaumiau (Abraham Sayago)
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*Capo 1st fret

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Intro:
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G/Gadd9/G  Em/Esus4/Em  Bm (x2)
Ooh... Ooh...

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Verse 1:
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G/Gadd9/G  Em/Esus4/Em
  Take me, take me
Bm
Out into the night
G/Gadd9/G  Em/Esus4/Em
  Show me, show me
Bm
Wonders and delights
C
  Faces round a fire
G                 D
Lights across the sky
C
  The witching hour
They're calling me now
G              D
I know who you are

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Verse: 2
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G/Gadd9/G  Em/Esus4/Em
  Hold me, hold me
Bm
I am like a child
G/Gadd9/G  Em/Esus4/Em
  Waiting, waiting
Bm
Motionless and wired
C
  For the night to pass
G               D
Whispers in the dark
C
  The witching hour
They're calling me now
G              F
I know who you are
        D/F#
Who you are

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Chorus:
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Em             C
   And those I love
     G
Will carry me home
     D/F#
Will carry me home
Em             C
   And those I love
     G
Will carry me home
     D/F#
Will carry me home
Em             C
   And those I love
     G
Will carry me home
     D/F#
Will carry me home
Em             C
   And those I love
     G
Will carry me home
     F
Will carry me home

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Ending:
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C
C/B - C/A - G


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The G/Gadd9/G is a chord succession: play a G (320003),
a brief Gadd9 (3x0203) (just move your finger),
and then a G again (release your finger). It's pretty easy
to figure out while listening to the song.

The same goes to Em/Esus4/Em.
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