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END OF THE NIGHT
the Doors
                      
Em                        
Take the highway to the end of the night
D      D#m     Em D      D#m      Em
End of the night, end of the night
Take a journey to the bright midnight
D      D#m     Em D      D#m      Em
End of the night, end of the night

Am               Em
Realms of bliss, realms of light
Am               Em
Some are born to sweet delight
Am               Em
Some are born to sweet delight
F#7                  B7           Em
Some are born to the endless night
D      D#m     Em D      D#m      Em
End of the night, end of the night
D      D#m     Em D      D#m      Em
End of the night, end of the night

(STRUM.)
Am Em
Am Em
Am Em
F#7  B7  Em
D  D#m  Em
D  D#m  Em


Realms of bliss, realms of light
Some are born to sweet delight
Some are born to sweet delight
Some are born to the endless night
End of the night, end of the night
End of the night, end of the night

            
            
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dampysmiff 21 May 17, 2009 01:38 PM

I don't know if it's correct or not, but a D# major instead of a D#m definitely sounds right to my ears, other than that, pretty good tab.

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