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1904 chords

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[Intro]
C F x2
C F Dm G x2

[Verse]
       C                         F
Well some may say it's not even funny 
               Dm             G
And there you stand not even trying 
      C                          F
They say it is in line with the aging 
           Dm                 G
Sometimes noise is just your mind 

         F          C           G
But the lesson is vague and the lightning
         F            C            G
Shows a deer with her mind on the moor 
         C                                F 
And now something with the sun is just different 
            Dm                G  C
Since they shook the earth in 1904 

[Instrumental]
C F Dm G

          C                           F
And as I lowered down I hear it's a message
           Dm                            G 
And it's 1902 just telling people to get out
         C                           F 
And if there was just a way I could tell them
           Dm               G 
It's been long but you are right 
           F         C          G
And the singing is slow and so quiet
          F               C            G 
Like the sound when you sweep off the floor 
         C                                 F
And now something with the dirt is just different 
            Dm                 G C
Since they shook the earth in 1904 

[Instrumental] 
C F Dm G x2

[Bridge]
              Em                     F
And when the night is young but the bridge is up
            Am            F
Something passing by our shore
         Em               F
And the only one you can tell it to 
               Am                 G
Well it's the only one that ever knows 

[Verse]
                 C                             F
And since more robbers made to go through my window 
                       Dm                                G
Here is something so strange and something louder than before 
         C                         F
And you living with no light or direction 
            Dm                G
But damn precise and now you know 
        F          C            G
When believing is hard but you go now 
         F             C              G
And you feel what you drag cross the floor 
         C                                      F
Because something with these trails are just different 
            Dm                G  C
Since they shook the earth in 1904 

[Instrumental] 
C F Dm G x2

[Bridge]
              Em                     F
And when the night is young but the bridge is up
           Am             F
Something passing by our shore 
         Em                F
And the only one you will tell it to 
               Am                     G
Well it's the only one who will ever know 

[Outro]
     C                           F
And some will say it's not even healthy 
             Dm                G
But body is young and mind is sure 
      C                               F
That something is alright with your thinking 
            Dm                G  C
Cause they shook the earth in 1904

            
            
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TJarnold92 103 Jun 19, 2012 06:48 PM

Is there a capo?

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matav 63 Aug 24, 2012 02:35 AM

no capo.
it sounds right to my ears and pretty simple.

The strumming pattern i use is D-DU-UDU but if i am wrong then someone please post the right strumming pattern.

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brandonZZZ 202 Oct 11, 2012 12:28 PM

hey your very close, the chords in the verses just have more colour to them. The C is played as a Cadd9 (x32030), the F is played as an F7add6 (x33230), and the G is a G7 (320031) and you can pull off the 1 on e. Thats the way he plays it.
Other wise, you have everything right for the choruses and the "And the singing is slow and so quiet" (real F-C-G) parts.

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