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Great Lakes Chords

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Song: Great Lakes
Artist: Telekinesis
Album: Telekinesis

Sorry, I didn't get all of the words. Maybe you can help me out. 


Capo on 5th fret! 

Intro: Em | G | Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em Asus2 |   (2x)
                     

Em
Desolation 
             G
I don't even know my name
           Asus2
But as the rain breaks down
                    Em         Asus2 Em Asus2
I think I've seen a ghost again


Em
Silver moonlight
               G 
Soaking up the amber waves
       Asus2
By the heat of fire
  Em               Asus2 Em Asus2 
I called your name


G  Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em Asus2 | 

G  Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em (hold) | 


Em  
Coast to coast 
               G        
I don't travel any length
            Asus2
through the  ...   mountains
           Em                Asus2 Em Asus2
Across the great great lakes

Em
Through the grandest canyons
       G
To the highest ...
        Asus2
Still I hear it's calling
             Em          Asus2 Em Asus2 
It's calling out my name


G  Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em Asus2 |  (3x)

G  Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em (hold)| 

Em | G | Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em Asus2 | 

Em | G | Asus2 | Em Asus2 Em (hold)| 
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telecastrmastr wrote on December 9 2010, 12:11 am

I believe it is "As the rain BEATS down" and "I WILL travel any length, through the ANDES mountains"

good chords 5/5

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