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The Eternal Shore Part 1 chords

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THE ETERNAL SHORE PT 1
Words – A. Molotkov
Music – Ragon Linde

[Intro] 
 C 

[Verse]
C                         G
She lived in a small house by the shore.  
Dm                 Am
I was in love.  I was in love.   
C                               G
I came to visit her.  We walked along the shore, listening to the 
Dm                              Am      
waves.  Sometimes we talked, 
                     C                                          G       
sometimes we didn't need to talk.  We took turns cooking, and at 
                          Dm                              Am
night, when we fell asleep,  our future was bright 
                C                                         G                               Dm    
and our dreams were intertwined and promised a life of happiness 
                    Am
and understanding.  

Em                                Am
There were times when we went for a drive.  
Em                                Fmaj7 
Her dog loved to come along.  
Em                                Am    
We would disembark in one of the nearby parks.  

        C
The sun,
        G 
the rain,
        Dm 
the green grass,
                   Am 
the falling leaves

                     Fmaj7
all of these things welcomed us.  
        Cmaj7
The world was a stage built just for the two of us.  
Fmaj7
We knew we were safe.  
         Cmaj7
And nothing could hurt us.  

E                                 F                                        G
I remember the hours we spent by the fire.  Watching the flames, with their 
                   Am                             Dm
eternal life of motion, their ability to improvise a myriad of scenes from the 
Am                               Dm                                             Am
past and the future.  The nights would get quite cold, but we felt protected 
            Fmaj7              Cmaj7                               G
in the small circle of warmth that we had built for ourselves.  

G
Finally, she invited me to stay.  “You don't have to leave,” she said.  
G
“What’s the point? Aren't you happy here with me?”  “Yes, I am,” I replied.  
G
I was truly happy.  

  Dm7 G7 Dm7 G7
[Open D drone through this section]

Dm7                                            G7
A few idyllic months followed.  But oh, the strange, contradictory 
Bb                        Dm
way in which we are built!  
Dm7                                                       G7
Some time passed, and I began to miss the city.  
Bb                                      Dm
I was accustomed to its noises, its never-ending bustling life.  
Dm7                                             G7
Sometimes the sound of cars in the distance woke me at night

                   Bb                   Dm7     
and then I realized it was the ocean, that gray foamy giant that kept watching us while we slept.  

Amaj7                              Gmaj7
The ocean was busy making its own long-term plans, 
Amaj7                            Gmaj7
ones that it had thousands of years to fulfill.  
Fmaj7                                      Gmaj7
It didn't share its plans.  When it talked, it spoke in a different 
Amaj7                        Gmaj7
language.  I didn't understand its words.  

[Solo]
Amaj7 Gmaj7 Gmaj7 Amaj7 Gmaj7 Gmaj7 Dm7 Dm7 Dm7 Dm7
[Solo]
Bm Bm F F Bm Bm F F

E                   F                   E
Sometimes I feel that she did.  And she would look at me with 
F            G                     A                F        G                A                 
sadness, knowing that death and loneliness were built into us 
F               G                           A                    F             G         A
from our birth, with their inevitable collection of farewells.  

A                                       F
Perhaps she let me go before I realized I had to go?  
A                                         F                     G
And finally the day came when I knew I couldn't stay.  
                  A                  F       G               A                  F        G
I invited her to come along.  But I didn't think she would.  
          A                            F
“I’ll wait for you,” she said.  
G                         A
“I’ll be back,” I promised.  
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