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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: John Fail 
Subject: CRD: "Come On Darkness" by Camper Van Beethoven

Here's my attempt at the chords for "Come On Darkness" (from Key Lime
Pie, of course):

Intro:
	G F#m B E A D C
Verse:
        G
Come on slowhhh
          F#m      B
Won't you rise and come?
       E           A
to the top of this hill
          D           C
where the cool breeze spills
              G
Now that it's dusk
                    F#m     B
someone drives them off the street
        E                A
let the pavements cool
               D       C
come on now
            G
So come on, love
                   F#m          B
and lay your body down, next to mine
                      E         A
'cause what we're longing for
    D                C
has withered in the light

Chorus:
        F#m
Come on darkness
              G
Lay your body down on us
           E
We've been calling you for so long now
      A             C
We're weary of your name
        F#m
Come on blackness
       G
Let me breathe you in
                E
Cause with this cluttering and din
       A           Asus4 A
We are calling you

Verse again, chorus again, then end on "G", fade out with drums.


----------------------fail@pps.pgh.pa.us--------------------------------------
"It's quite interesting, you know, the number of biscuits that are named after
 revolutionaries. You've got your Garibaldi, of course, you've got your
 Bourbons, then of course you've got your Peek Freens Trotsky Assortment."
"Revolutionary biscuits of Italy / Rise up out of your box! / You have
 nothing to lose but your wafers / Yum yum yum yum yum!"  - Alexei Sayle
------John Fail--------------Give me a command line or give me death!------


From alt.guitar.tab Wed Dec 14 14:23:48 1994
From: fail@oberon.pps.pgh.pa.us (John Fail)
Date: 13 Dec 1994 18:21:07 GMT
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Subject: CRD: "Come On Darkness", Camper Van Beethoven

Here's my attempt at the chords for "Come On Darkness" (from Key Lime
Pie, of course):

Intro:
	G F#m B E A D C
Verse:
        G
Come on slowhhh
          F#m      B
Won't you rise and come?
       E           A
to the top of this hill
          D           C
where the cool breeze spills
              G
Now that it's dusk
                    F#m     B
someone drives them off the street
        E                A
let the pavements cool
               D       C
come on now
            G
So come on, love
                   F#m          B
and lay your body down, next to mine
                      E         A
'cause what we're longing for
    D                C
has withered in the light

Chorus:
        F#m
Come on darkness
              G
Lay your body down on us
           E
We've been calling you for so long now
      A             C
We're weary of your name
        F#m
Come on blackness
       G
Let me breathe you in
                E
Cause with this cluttering and din
       A           Asus4 A
We are calling you

Verse again, chorus again, then end on "G", fade out with drums.


Anyone have anything else by them?   The CVB Web page only has one
mandolin song.


--
----------------------fail@pps.pgh.pa.us--------------------------------------
"It's quite interesting, you know, the number of biscuits that are named after
 revolutionaries. You've got your Garibaldi, of course, you've got your
 Bourbons, then of course you've got your Peek Freens Trotsky Assortment."
"Revolutionary biscuits of Italy / Rise up out of your box! / You have
 nothing to lose but your wafers / Yum yum yum yum yum!"  - Alexei Sayle
------John Fail--------------Give me a command line or give me death!------

            
            
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