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Peter Salett - Broken and Bent

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Capo 3

        D  Bm  G  Gsus

D      Bm     G         Gsus
I'm no angel, its been said.
D      Bm     G         Gsus

D            Bm            G     Gsus
Stone at the bottom of the river bed.
D       G       D       G       D
Falling slowly, shallow breath.
 A         G     D    A          G
Broken and bent.      Broken and bent.

D                   Bm     G         Gsus
I've caused all the trouble that's in my head.
D          Bm             G       Gsus
I've known shadows where the river ends.
D       G        D        G        D
Falling slowly, missing a friend.
 A         G     D    A          G
Broken and bent.      Broken and bent.

D  Bm  G Gsus
Em  Bm
Em  G  A

D      Bm           G         Gsus
Last I saw you, you were such a mess.
D                Bm               G       Gsus
But I'm finished wandering in the wilderness.
D       G        D        G        D
Falling slowly, taking a breath.
 A         G
Broken and Bent


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joeyowens 10 May 28, 2010 06:37 PM

ok, this is just all wrong man. first of all, why in the hell would you tune your guitar down a whole step just to put a capo on the 3rd fret? why not just leave it alone n put the capo on the 1st fret? it's the same exact thing minus all the fancy pants bullshit you're suggesting. and that's how ya do it. capo 1 n then play E, then E6, then A to A6. it's really simple if ya don't complicate the crap out of it.....

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decduff93 56 Jan 10, 2015 03:13 AM

calm down everyones learning here

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