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The Whaler chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
For the chorus you can either play D or Dadd9, I believe Dadd9 is more correct, but D is 
to play. Whichever your preference is.


Capo 1

Intro: Bm G Bm G

Bm
My lover's arms
          G
Well they beg me to stay
Bm
I know the stars
          C
They will sweep me away
F#
My daughter's eyes
         G
They are two tiny seas
      F#
Whose water will rise
              G
And they will run down her cheeks

Bm
Father where do you go?
   A
So far out upon the sea
G                           D
when are you coming home to me?
Darling, why do you leave?
The north wind begins to blow
Will you be coming home to me?

The boat and the blade
They are all that I know
The sea calls my name
And so I must go
While they still sleep
I slip out the door
How can I leave when my anchor's ashore

Father where do you go?
It's farther than I can see
when are you coming home to me?
Darling, why do you leave?
The north wind begins to blow
Will you be coming home to me?


Outro: Em G Bm A


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John__ 21 Nov 19, 2007 12:15 AM

The G is actually a G6:
e|0
B|0
G|0
D|0
A|2
E|3

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icarus_complex 60 Nov 27, 2007 06:35 AM

nice tab, sounds almost perfect

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Krimson_Magnus 291 Feb 17, 2008 09:30 AM

The way I play it is tuning down a half-step and then put a capo on the first fret. Maybe that's what he means. This video helps: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve6T_lNnG7Q&feature=related

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