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December Snow Chords

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Searched everywhere for the chords to this beautiful song, but no dice. 
This is what I worked out, and it sounds pretty OK to me, 
but I'm sure there's room for improvement. 
As my dear friend Stephane always says: "Yes, we can do zis song. 
Shall we use YOUR chords, or ze RIGHT ones?"


INTRO:           F   Am   F   Am


VERSE 1:

     F                              Am
Like December snow, that lays in the wood

                                         C
You're gone too soon, I knew you should

      F                              Am
With October skies you brought your love

    Dm                                Bb
But November came, taking all I have and


CHORUS:

F                     Bb
Time, take this sadness from me

Dm                   Bb
Time, bring my heart back safely

F                Bb
Hold on to warm September

    Dm          Bb                       F
Coz life can be like December snow


VERSE 2 is the same as VERSE 1, then it's the CHORUS again, an 
instrumental break and then the CHORUS for the final time.

Try picking it, sounds great.  

BTW, I'm new here, and not used to the tab upload procedure. 
The chords are all OVER the place when I preview this song: 
well, they're on the right lines, and in the right order, but until 
I figure out how to place them where I want them, you're gonna 
have to listen to the track for where the chord changes come. Sorry...
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