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Priest chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
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The chords labled with a * mean that that is not their most popular fingering, but they
quite accurate. I looked many of these chords up on guitar pro, so I'm pretty sure they
all correct.

Bsus2*     |224422| (bar2)
B7sus4*    |XX4400| (bar2)

SOME OF THESE CHORDS DO USE THE TRADITIONAL FINGERING
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INTRO (play again and again)

Bsus2*  B7sus4*


VERSE

Bsus2*    B7sus4*     Bsus2*     B7sus4*
deep in prayer my cross to wear
i kneel upon the floor
temptations of a catholic priest aren't
easy to ignore


PRECHORUS

G         D      A
but i can not control myself
he rips my soul apart
for one small sheep among my flock has
stole the shepherd's heart

G     A    Bm
altar boy, altar boy

G            A      D
confess your sins to me

G        A        Bm
you will find the grace of god

G         A
inside my rector.....

            
            
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