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C
Amongst the stone and smoke
         G
We never laid before
       F             Dm
Images floating all about
            Am
Life in the afterglow

     C
My decaying mind pretends
             G
None of this ever happened
          F               Dm
We either learn to live a lie
         Bb              G
Or we're waiting here to die

          C    E(#5)  C               Fsus2/E
And after all  this   suffering
        F            Fm
I could lie here for good
       Bb      G
With a mind on fire
  Am      G        F
I try and stand my ground

  Dm           G
Illuminate and I will follow...

C
Amongst the stone and smoke
        G
Rising above it all
           F          Dm
Broken but not beyond repair
        Bb        G
See how this soul fairs
   
           C      E(#5)     C                Fsus2/E
From after all    this      suffering
        F            Fm
I could lie here for good
           Bb      G
But with a mind on fire
  Am      G        F
I try and stand my ground

  Dm           G             C
Illuminate and I will follow you


Bridge
C  F  (14x)

      Bb                G
Let's see how this soul fairs

            
            
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Gugnums 173 Jun 29, 2009 08:52 PM

Just missing the little ditty at the end. Besides that perfect.

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Vertigo1985 60 Jun 22, 2010 04:35 PM

the e#5 in the chorus should definately be a c#5 (an open c chord with a raised 5th, so the open g string becomes a g# on fret 1) afterwards im not comfortable with the fsus2/e chord. the root note just sounds off... instead you could c as the root which would make it like a csus4 chord so i just use that one... otherwise nice work. keep it up

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Vertigo1985 60 Jun 22, 2010 04:37 PM

you could also have a c#5/g# instead of just the c#5... sounds great.... the low g# adds a lower octave to the raised 5th!

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