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Genesis chords

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  • Added capo to simplify playing, corrected lyrics a... Show more
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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
The chords throughout the entire song are: 
F# Bbm C# F#

Keyboard at beginning just goes up the black keys, listen to rhythm (these are not 
chords, they are notes):

F# G# Bb C# D# F# G# Bb C# D# F# G# Bb G# F# G# Bb G# F# G# Bb G# F# (and then back down again)


[Chorus]

    F#              Bbm
My heart will never feel 
            C#
Will never see 
            F#
Will never know 


[Verse 1]

     F#
Oh, heart 
            Bbm
And then it falls 
            C#
And then I fall
            F#
And then I know 


[Chorus]

     F#             Bbm
My heart will never feel 
            C#
Will never see 
            F#
Will never know 


[Verse 2]

F#   Bbm
     Holding on, I
 C#   F#
      am a vagabond 
F#     Bbm
   Its always different
C#  F#
    I am the one who falls

            
            
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simple_guitar 169 Jun 15, 2013 06:46 PM

The lyrics in the bridge are "How will I know, Playing in the deck above, It's always different, I am the one who loves"

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simple_guitar 169 Jun 15, 2013 06:46 PM

Great chords, though, 100% accurate.

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nicolemeilak 10 Aug 27, 2014 05:02 AM

Extremely accurate, but I did find it easier to just put a capo on the 1st fret and play the chords F#, Am and C :)

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