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Hide In The Fairytale - As The World Bleeds - Theocracy


Intro 

D#m C# B C# B C# D#m

D#m C# B C# B C# D#m 


Verse 1
  D#m 
A child in sweet duplicity
                             B 
For innocence? Or slavery to nature
                             F#                  C#
And the bents that haunt him straight out of the womb?
   D#m 
He doesn’t have to learn the things unseemly that his instinct brings
   B                            F#            C#
To carry like a burden from the cradle to the tomb
       B                               D#m  
You’ll never have to teach him how to lie
   B                               F#               C#
If we are born in innocence, well, don’t you wonder why?
    B                            D#m  
For selfishness already dwells inside
    B                       C#           A#m 
The birthright of Adam, the curse of the old man


Chorus
F#m 
Day and night
                       D
Jekyll and Hyde in the fairytale
        E         (C#) 
This is much more frightening
F#m 
Darkness and light
                     D
Feed the new man and tear the veil
        E
See the old man dying


F#m F#m F#m F#m 


Verse 2
  D#m 
Behold the loving family man
 
Who tries to do the best he can
    B                                F#                C#
And loves his wife and children even more than his own life
    D#m                               
But just like that, a wandering eye leads to a suffocating lie
    B                             F#               C#
And selfishness and deep betrayal cuts them like a knife
   B                             D#m   
If mankind doesn’t have a sinful drive
     B                                  F#              C#
Then tell me why he’d wreck his life to get some on the side?
    B                             D#m  
The warring of two natures deep inside
B                          C#       A#m 
Starving the new keeps the old man alive


Chorus
F#m 
Day and night
                       D
Jekyll and Hyde in the fairytale
        E         (C#) 
This is much more frightening
F#m 
Darkness and light
                     D
Feed the new man and tear the veil
        E
See the old man dying
                          C#  D#m 
Soul sickness nailed to a cro-oss


- Solo -

D#m D#m D#m D#m G# G# G# G#

D#m D#m D#m D#m G# G# G# G#

F#m F#m F#m F#m D D E C#m 

F#m F#m F#m F#m D D C#m

F#m F#m F#m F#m


Chorus - N.C

Day and night
                       
Jekyll and Hyde in the fairytale
               
This is much more frightening

Darkness and light
                     
Feed the new man and tear the veil
       
See the old man dying
F#m 
Day and night
                       D
Jekyll and Hyde in the fairytale
        E         (C#) 
This is much more frightening
F#m 
Darkness and light
                     D
Feed the new man and tear the veil
        E
See the old man dying
Am                        F             G
Humankind in innocence, a lie so thinly veiled
Am                                   F            G      
Man born without soul sickness: this is the fairytale
Am    
Whoa-oh-oh-oh
            F            G
Hide in the fairytale, yeah
Am                F        
Yeah! New man and tear the veil
        G
See the old man dying 

            
            
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