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Have You Heard Part 2 chords

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                         (Mike Pinder,'On The Threshold Of A Dream' 1969)

*(coming out of: 'The Voyage': (cello) Ebm// Dm// C#m// Cm // 

   Am                       G
3) Now you know how nice it feels...
     Am7                      G
     Scatter good seed in the field...
       Dm                    C        Am              Em
       Life's our's for the mak-ing..  e-ter-ni-ty's wait-ing...
         G                       Am7   
         wait-ing..  for you and me...

   Am                        G
4) Now you know that you are real...
      Am7                            G 
      Show your friends that you and me...
       Dm                C           Am                Em
        Be-long to the  same world.. turned on to the same word...
     Am7               G                 Am7 
     Have you heard?   Have you heard?   Have you heard?
     G                 Am7                     (G-Am7-G-Am7... fade out)
     Have you heard?   Have you heard?

     ('submarine/outerspace sound effects'... fade out) 


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David Shawn 88 Apr 06, 2016 04:05 AM, edited on August 14 2017, 12:25 pm

I had assumed Justin Hayward was playing 12-string on this one. But it was brought to my attention that the author is Mike(Pinder),and so Mike also has been known to play 'some' acoustic guitar himself occasionally. So I guess it's safe to say this was probably Mike Pinder playing completely 'solo'?

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karl.chr 243 Apr 26, 2017 04:37 PM

This is such an amazing song, thanks for the chords!

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