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Bc Orienteering Chords

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This is my first tab so there may be a few mistakes around the end.

A
You're taken by the woods even though you're aware of the
F
Slippery cliffs and the big black bears and the
C
Salal snares taller than yourself
E
Ferns growing as thick as the trees
F
You're looking for a flag at the top of the hill 
E
It's a race against the light
Bb/Bb                                       F
And one false step could mean staying the night
E
That's why you should never travel alone
F                            G              C
You should never you should never travel alone
E                  F                     G                  C
And you know that one false step and you might not make it home.
A
And so you watch for the loose rocks under your feet
F
Stepping over loose stones crossing over creeks
C
Climbing up cliffs, over dead tress
E                                      F
You watch your step you get your footing riiiiggghhhttt yeah
Bb                                        F
And a broken compass could mean staying the night yeah
E
And that's why you should always know where you're going
F                                          G                     C
And even if you've got a map you should always know where you're going
E                             F                    G                         C
And you know that because even if you've got a map you might not make it home

(guitar riff)
A
And you take your time just to breathe the air
F
And appreciate having never met a bear
C
And you capture the flag at the top of the hill
E
with daylight to spare
F
Orienteering comes naturally
E
You read the map right
Bb                                    F
One wrong turn could mean staying the night yeah
E
and though you carry your fall
           F                 G              C
You should never, You should never travel alone
E
And you know that

        F                  G                   C  
Because one false step and you might not make it home
E
And you know that
     F                      
'cause even if you got a map
G                       C
you know where you're going
E
You're still a long way from your home

 C                       F                 G            C
And Even if you've got a map you should never travel alone
       E                   F                   
And you know that but you're not dead yet and
    G                     C
you might just make it home
E                     F
And you know that but you're not dead yet 
    G                  C
and you might just make it home

guitar riff till the end
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aubreybutcher wrote on November 22 2013, 02:49 pm

sounds good!

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