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However Many Takes It Takes chords

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However Many Takes it Takes by Vandaveer

Capo 3rd fret. Note names are relative to the capo. Mute the A string on the G chord. That is all.

       C
We're swimming in the deep end
   C/B
I find out where your faith begins
       Am                           G
You're waiting for an answer that's acceptable

    F/C
The current sweeps you out to sea
        G
And it keeps you guessing helplessly
        C            C/B          Am           G
You're praying for a savior who's exceptional

    F/C
Someone who'll lift you from your knees
     G
And save you, and hand you the keys
     C            C/B             Am      G
And offer you the kingdom of your dreams

    F/C
But nothing's ever as it seems
     G
You find yourself further down stream
   C                C/B            Am      G
Alone, save for the echoes of your screams


     F/C           G                 C
Ah, honey, fairy tales are prone to tease


[C chord in background, but bass goes: A B C D E F E D C]

     C
Well candles burn you warm and safe
     C/B
You lock your door and control your space
     Am                                      G
And curtains drawn, you think that you're impenetrable

    F/C
But demons they don't live outside
     G
They burrow deep where they can hide
   C            C/B                Am          G
Inside a safe, you will still feel vulnerable

    F/C
You draw a bath and pour some wine
     G
You drink yourself into another time
C       C/B           Am      G
Where you feel truly free

    F/C
The water's rising overhead
        G
And you wake to find yourself in bed
        C             C/B                   Am      G
You're gasping, for a breath that's hard to breathe


     F/C           G                 C
Ahh, honey, dreams are rarely what they seem


[C chord in background, but bass goes: A B C D E F E D C]
Oh, how, e-ver, many takes, it takes


      C
Well, step outside into the sun
C/B
Let it dry your eyes and run around
Am                              G
Feel the warmth underneath your skin

    F/C
The clouds will soon move in again
     G
You can't expect to always win
      C     C/B            Am      G
You got to, take it as it comes

    F/C
The marching bands and beating drums
     G
Play familiar songs for the alum
      C            C/B                 Am      G
We all got scars, but we don't like to show them

    F/C
Sometimes it's better to be strong
     G
We all got to be moving on
      C     C/B            Am      G
You got to walk a million miles

     F/C        G                 C
Ahh, honey, go walk them with a smile.

[C chord in background, but bass goes: A B C D E F E D C]
Oh, how, ever, many takes, it takes.

            
            
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cherbonsy 163 Aug 10, 2013 07:28 AM

The C/B sounds like a Em to me. And it seems like a C works just fine in place of the C/B.

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hpstr62 10 Nov 29, 2017 07:32 PM

I'd really like to see "Poor Edward" tab with words. Thanks for the song...it's a fave of mine.

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