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Take A Pebble chords

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sorry, the previous one was mistaken, it was F#m and not Fm

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Take a Pebble

[Verse 1]
Em                     F#m
Just take a pebble and cast it to the sea,
Em                          F#m
Then watch the ripples that unfold into me,
    A5                  G5 D5/A   G5 
My face spill so gently into your eyes,
     A5                      C Bm/F# E
Disturbing the waters of our lives.

[Verse 2]
Em                          F#m
Shread of our memories are lying on your grass;
Em                              F#m
Wounded words of laughter are graveyards of the past.
  A5                             G5 D5/A        G5
Photographs are grey and torn, scattered in your fields
 A5                        C  Bm/F#   E
Letters of your mem'ries are not real.

[Keyboard Solo]

[Guitar Rhythmics]
(changes the bass in the arpeggio and then bends the minor third) IN D#

[Keyboard Solo in F#]

[Verse 3]
Em                                F#m
Sadness on your shoulders like a wornout overcoat
Em                                    F#m
In pockets creased and tattered hang the rags of your hope.
     A5                             G5     D5/A     G5
The daybreak is your midnight; the colours have all died.
A5                                       C Bm/F# E       C Bm/F# A G
Disturbing the waters of our lives, of our lives, of our lives, lives,
Of our lives.

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Bartholomew 338 Mar 28, 2006 08:48 AM

This is actually a half step too high. You can tune down your guitar and use this.

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NoBSharp 10 Jul 26, 2014 06:18 AM

One of the great Emerson, Lake and Palmer songs...and it's how old at this stage? Great songs never date...
Hoping to try it on the piano soon...

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