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The Whole Of The Law chords

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Intro:
C  Em Am F  [there's a little fill on the Em: (Em)-E-G-E-D-C-(Am)]
C  G  C  G+ [G+ = 321003]

C          Em                Am                 F
 I used to   have the notion   I could swim the length of the ocean
C                   G           F          F
 If I knew you were waiting for me

C          Em                Am                 F
 I used to   have the notion   I could swim the length of the ocean
C              G               F            F
 I'd plumb the depths of every sea for you

       C  G#5 (E)  G5 (E) F                G             C
I'd es-cape   from my     chains, and I'll reach out for you

(C)  Em             Am              F
        Baby I'm in love with you
C    Em                   Am              F                  C
        Baby, baby I'm in love with you     I had to contact you
(C)  Em                    Am             F
        Found out I was in love with you    I had to contact

C        G              Am              G            C
  That's it, that's the law, that's the whole of the law

(C)  Em                  Am             F
        The whole of the law
C    Em                  Am             F
        The whole of the law

C        G              Am              G            F        C
  That's it, that's the law, that's the whole of the law


[For the "escape from my chains" part, I'm not sure if those e notes are really there or 
not but it sounds good.
 Play the G#/G/F as power chords and pick up your index finger on the way to the next chord.]

            
            
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