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Neapolitan Bridesmaid Tab

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Solos coming at some point? Maybe?

Intro Riff

E--3-----------3----------3----------------------------------------|
B--0----3-1-0--0----------0----------------------------------------|
G--0--2--------0--2-0-2-4-0-2p0-2p0-2p0---0-----0------------------|
D--0-----------0----------0-------------2---2-0--------------------|
A--2-----------2----------2----------------------------------------|
E--3-----------3----------3----------------------------------------|


G
Joshua smiled, said “listen to reason,
G Em
don’t blame me when the walls come tumbling
C G
down.”

G
So I was adrift on the sea of longing
G Em
awaiting the trumpets to raise your ivory
C G
gown.

Em C-D-G G
And if only time will tell
G
Then I can’t stand waiting
G Em
While the lights are changing on me
C-D-G G
Tell it to my own free will
Bm C
If I lost this thorn from my side
D
I think I’d die.

G over solo

G
Albert Camus said, “living is anguish,”
G Em
but don’t dare let those bastards carry you
C G
down.

G
And if this is so then I see no reason
G Em C
for spending the evening doing anything but going down
G
town.

Em C-D-G G
And if only time will tell
G
Then I can’t stand waiting
G Em
While the lights are changing on me
C-D-G G
Tell it to my own free will
Bm C
If I lost this thorn from my side
D
I'd probably  die.
D
Most likely die
D
I think I’d die.

G over solo, end on G
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