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I Believe In Symmetry chords

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I Believe In Symmetry

G                                        Am
Some plans were made and rice was thrown 
C                            D
A house was built, a baby born 
C                             D
How time can move both fast and slow 
G
Amazes me 
G                                        Am
And so I raise my glass to symmetry 
C                                 D
To the second hand and its accuracy 
C                            D
To the actual size of everything 
G
The desert is the sand 
Em
You can't hold it in your hand 
C
It won't bow to your demands 
Am
There's no difference you can make 
D
There's no difference you can make 
Em
And if it seems like an accident 
C
A collage of senselessness 
Am
You aren't looking hard enough 
D
I wasn't looking hard enough 

C........G

G                            Am
An argument for consciousness 
C                             D
The instinct of the blind insect 
C                             D
Who makes love to the flower bed 
G
And dies in the first freeze 
G                                  Am
Oh I want to learn such simple things 
C                             D
No politics, no history 
C                             D
Till what I want and what I need 
G
Can finally be the same 
Em
I just got myself to blame 
C
Is everything up to fate 
Am
When there's choices I could make 
D
When there's choices I could make 
Em
Yeah, my heart needs a polygraph 
C
Always so eager to pack my bags 
Am
When I really wanna stay 
D
When I really wanna stay 

Em - C - Am - D
When I wanna stay (x4) 

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G
The arc of time, the stench of sex 
G
The innocence you can't protect 
D
Each quarter note, each marble step 
D
Walk up and down that lonely treble clef 
C
Each wanting the next one 
G                                            
Each wanting the next one to arrive 
C
Each wanting the next one 
G
Each wanting the next one to arrive 

G
An argument for consciousness 
G
The instinct of the blind insect 
D
Who never thinks not to accept its fate 
D
That's fate, that's happiness and death 
C
You get to the next one 
G
You get to the next on down the line 
C
You get to the next one 
G
You get to the next on down the line 

G
The remedy of longing that 
G
Distills each dream and the song I had 
D
By morning watered down again 
D
On silver stars I wish and wish and wish 

C
Move on to the next one 
G
Move on to the next one down the line 
C
Move on to the next one 
G
Move on to the next one down the line 
C
You get to the next one 
G
You get to the next on down the line 
C
You get to the next one 
G
You get to the next on down the line


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Creative-Noise 168 Sep 13, 2010 11:03 PM

Got one of the verses really wrong... Normally I wouldn't mind and wouldn't say anything, but I thought it was a really good set of lines. Here it is:

The levity of longing that
Distills each dream inside my head
By morning watered down, forget,
On silver stars I wish and wish and wish

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Creative-Noise 168 Sep 13, 2010 11:04 PM

But good job with the chords, arguably the only important part on this site anyways :P

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Mayfair 171 Jan 03, 2013 05:06 AM

Is it just me that can hear a more elaborate bit between the two verses than simply C and G?

A rough approximation (after the held C at the end of the first verse) would be G, C, Am, D followed by G, C and G, but the second to last G doesn't quite sound right to me. Still, it's better than nothing.

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