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Teach Me To Know Chords

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Watch this video for the strum patterns throughout the song. 

http://youtu.be/Eu-xtzS_4rc

VERSE1:
  G                       
First born carry promise of the old born
  G                          C        
You're the same but somehow different
  C                            G
Bear the burdens of the night
  G                         
It breaks in and you never see it come then
  G                       C
Seems like every of them moan there
  C                           G
Like a secret you can't tell


CHORUS:(The first two chords of the 
chorus are only strummed once.)
                    Em7   C
And you get carried away,   
 
carried away
 G
Carried away, carried away


VERSE2:
 G
I've been thousand years into the future
 G                     C
Almost nothing of it seemed sure
 C                              G
Things so rarely stay the same
 G
Right here in this bad and simple seconds
 G                       C
Leaving out all of your best guesses
 C                              G
Someone's calling out your name


CHORUS:

BRIDGE:
 G
Teach me to know my number of day
 G
Hold out my heart from getting carried
 G
Teach me to know my number of days
 G
Hold out my heart from getting carried
 G
Teach me to know my number of days
 G
Hold out my heart from getting carried


CHORUS:(No Guitar)
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GrizzlyLemon wrote on April 8 2013, 09:20 pm

good job! the c sounds better as cadd9 though

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