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Sailing Chords

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Sailing by Rod Stewart [B C D][Abm Am Hm][A/Esus4 F G][C#m Dm Em][F# G A]


[Verse 1]

[G] I am [C] sailing,  I am [Am] sailing, 
home [F] again, 'cross the [C] sea
I am [Dm] sailing, stormy [Am] waters, 
to be [Dm] near you,  to be [C] free. [G]  


[Verse 2]

I am [C] flying, I am [Am] flying, 
like a [F] bird 'cross the [C] sea.
I am [Dm] flying, passing [Am] high clouds, 
to  be [Dm] near you,  to be [C] free. [G]


[Chorus]

Can you [C] hear me, can you [Am] hear me, 
thru the [F] dark night, far [C] away?
I am [Dm] dying, forever [Am] trying, 
to be [Dm] with you;  who can [C] say? [G]

#4.
Can you [C] hear me, can you [Am] hear me, 
thru the [F] dark night, far [C] away?
I am [Dm] dying, forever [Am] trying, 
to be [Dm] with you;  who can [C] say? [G]


[Verse 3]

We are [C] sailing, we are [Am] sailing, 
home [F] again,  'cross the [C] sea.
We are [Dm] sailing, stormy [Am] waters, 
to be [Dm] near you,  to be [C] free. [G]


[Outro]

[G] Oh Lord, to be [Dm] near you, to be [C] free.
[G] Oh Lord, to be [Dm] near you, to be [C] free.
Fill up w/ Cadd9, Dsus, Asus, G*
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delb0y1967 3,783 wrote on October 28 2014, 02:20 pm

nicely done :)

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gertkrems 775 wrote on March 24 2015, 06:51 am

thx, u r welcome

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mpm7 11 wrote on September 30 2015, 04:46 am

Consider a D instead of the (first) Dm in each verse

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