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Song:    Elche
Text:    Heinrich Eichen
Melody:  Gerhard Lascheit
Heinrich Eichen was a German poet and song writer. The poem "Abends treten Elche 
aus den Dünen" (in the evenings moose come out of the dunes), which he wrote in 
the 1930's, was later melodized by Gerhard Lascheit and is since then a popular German folk song.
Am     x02210
Dm     xx0231
H7     x21202  ( = B7 im englischen Sprachraum)
C      x32010
Am            Dm            Am
Abends treten Elche aus den Dünen
H7     C                    Am
Ziehen von der Palve an den Strand
   Dm       Am        Dm        Am
|: Wenn die Nacht wie eine gute Mutter
Am    C                           Am
Leise deckt ihr Tuch auf Haff und Land :|
Ruhig trinken sie vom großen Wasser 
Darin Sterne wie am Himmel stehn
|: Und sie heben ihre starken Köpfe
lautlos in des Sommerwindes Wehn :|
Langsam schreiten wieder sie von dannen 
Tiere einer längst vergangnen Zeit
|: Und sie schwinden in der Ferne Nebel
wie im hohen Tor der Ewigkeit :|
Transcribed by: Freddie Abel

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UselessDugong 125 Sep 12, 2015 03:48 AM

I know the song like that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epLlTGVvUrk
If you transcribed the same version, I dont think your chords are correct.

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Freddie Abel 109 Dec 29, 2016 04:39 AM

Dear UselessDugong, thanks for the comment. You're right, there are two versions I know and the chords are not based on the one you refer to. The version I had in mind is closer to this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RmlLT0NMGk. Then also the cords make sense again. Thanks for the comment; I guess it would make sense to upload chords for the version you are referring to...

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