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Birds chords

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Birds : After The Goldrush : Neil Young


 G C G C

 G                     C         
 Lover  there will be another one
        G                C            
 Who'll hover over you beneath the sun
   G                          C         
 Tomorrow see the things that never come
   G    C G     
 Today            (hold)

                 C            GM7     
 When you see me fly away without you   
 C             G              
 Shadow on the things you know
 C              Bm       
 Feathers fall around you
     Am           D        
 And show you the way to go
      C       G       G7 CM7
 It's over,      it's o  ver

        C      G                 G          
  / / /  / / /  (C) (leading to)  Nestled...

 Nestled, in your wings, my little one
 Is special, morning brings another sun
 Tomorrow, see the things that never come

 GM7 is  xx5432 or xx0432       Bm (4432) is always a good alternative

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Tom Schuler 10 Mar 27, 2010 02:25 PM

I believe the Gm7 used over the word "without" should be G
I believe the Cm7 used over the word "over" should be Em

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ClassicManiac 135 Jan 28, 2011 01:16 PM

That's kinda misleading. He actually wants us to play Gmajor7th as you can tell from his notes at the bottom, but he falsely abbreviated it as Gm7. So when you see Gm7 and Cm7 in the tab, just play Gmaj7 and Cmaj7 instead, it'll sound great then.

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kirok1 10 Jun 27, 2011 04:16 PM

I agree with ClassicManiac; Gmajor7th and Cmajor7th are the correct chords. As soon as I played through the first time, it was evident. Thanks, love this song!

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