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White Water White Bloom chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Could only find one "version" of this song's chords, which was not correct enough 
to satisfy. It's a great song, it deserves a correct tab. Listen to it to pick up 
strum patterns and lengths of each chord. I urge you to do this, since not 
everything will be self-explanatory.

Standard tuning - no capo

Sea Wolf: White Water, White Bloom

Intro to Riff 1, played throughout the song: Am Em

Am                              Em
I felt the cold of the ice and water
Am                                   Em
Come flowing through as it pulled me under
Am                                Em
I saw my hand reaching out in the ether
Am                                        Em
And touched the branches in my cold white fever

C                  Em
Flow, white water, flow
Am (riff 1)
Down to me

Am                               Em
I heard you calling in the city canyons
Am                                  Em
I should have waited by the window lantern
Am                                      Em
But I went running through the moonlit forest
Am                                     Em
Alone and searching for the cold white current

C                  Em
Flow, white water, flow
        Am
Down to me
C                  Dm
Flow, white water, flow
   Em     Am
Me out to sea

F                      C
And coming through the mist
         Em       F
Into the calm and clear
               C
In the emerald gleam
      Em       F
I can feel you near
                    C
The dogwoods on the banks
 Em            F
Glowing in the gloom
               G
On every naked branch
  Em              
A beautiful white bloom

Solo section: Am Em C G (rpt 3x)
Dm Em Am Am (rpt twice)
Dm Em Em Em (let ring)

Am                                 Em
I see you running in the tall wild grasses
Am                              Em
Young and free along the river rapids
Am                               Em
Your body floating in the foreign air
Am                                   Em
Your lovely hands reaching down from there

C                  Em
Flow, white water, flow
Am (riff 1)
Clean on through
C                  Dm
Flow, white water, flow
   Em      Am
Me o'er to you

F                      C
And coming through the mist
         Em       F
Into the calm and clear
               C
In the emerald gleam
      Em      F
I can see you near
                C
Standing on the shore
Em             F
Glowing in the gloom
                    G
And from you parted lips,
Em
A beautiful white bloom 

Solo section: Am Em C G (repeat 3x)

Outro (1 loud strum per chord): Am Dm Em C Am Dm G Em Am (let ring)

            
            
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Indie Guy 10 Dec 22, 2010 05:26 PM

how is this tab more satifying? i played this along with the song on itunes and it just sounds wrong. its definately E, not Em and theres definately no G or Dm in the song.

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osiris45 42 Nov 17, 2011 08:10 PM

then you're definitely not listening to the song off the album, because the other tab leaves out huge chunks and the outro. the dm is in the chorus, bridge, and outro. and its definitely there.

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osiris45 42 Feb 10, 2012 07:39 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysoievbXGgs shows perfectly clear that he plays both Em throughout, not E, and Dm is in fact played quite often.

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