Shadows As Played by Tony Rice Album: Native American Written by Gordon Lightfoot Transcribed by Doug Girard (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Made corrections to Brad Kale's previous version) *Capo 1st Fret (C) (G) Let me reach out Love and touch you, let me hold you for awhile (Am) (Am/G) (D/F#) (F) I'd be known around the world, oh how I long to see you smile. (C) (G) There's a shadow on the moon, and the waters here below (Em) (F) Do not shine the way they should, and I love ya just in case you didn't know. (Chorus #1) (C) (B/C) (Am) (Am/G) (F) (D/F#) Let it go, let it happen like it happened once before (C) (Em) Its a wicked wind and it chills me to the bone, (Am) (Am/G) (F) And if you do not believe me, come and gaze upon the shadow at your door. Won't you lie down by me baby, run your fingers through my hands I'd be known around the town and still I do not understand Is it me or is it you, or the shadow of a dream Is it wrong to be in love, could it be the finest love I've ever seen (Chorus #2) Set it free, let it happen like it happened once before Its a bitter wind, and it chills me to the bone And if you do not believe me, come and gaze upon the shadow at your door. Please kiss me gently darlin', where the river runs away from the mountains in the springtime, on a blue and windy day Where there's beauty all around, as the shades of night grow deep As the morning stars grow dim, they will find us in the shadows fast asleep. [To Chorus #1] Notes: The musical interlude is backed by a (C) chord. Harmony parts are a major third up from the melody.