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Boston, Peace Of Mind Chords (ver.1)

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Peace Of Mind Chords (ver.1)

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                hey this is an easy way to learn peace of mind if you don't want to learn all of the
power chord fingerings.good luck. boston rocks!


intro: (acoustic guitar) C#m7, A, E, B  x7  

then come this little  riff right before the verse (FILL 1):

E,A,E,E,E,A,E,A,E,A,E,E,A,E,A,A,E.


VERSE 1:


E
now if your feelin' kind of low 'bout the dues you been payin'
d              A       E
future's comin much to slow.
E
and you wanna' run but some how you just keep on stayin
d               A            B
can't decide on which way to go. ya ya ya

CHORUS: (SAME PROGRESSION AS VERSE)

i understand about indecision
i don't care if i get behind 
people livin' in competition
all i want is to have my own peace of mind.

bridge: 
hold out A.

(FILL 1)


VERSE 2:


E
now you're climbin' to the top of the company ladder 
d               A       E
hope it doesn't take to long.
E
can't you see there'll come a day when it won't matter
d               A      B
come a day when you'll be gone. ya ya ya.


CHORUS,
BRIDGE,


OUTRO:

B                   F#,Ab,A,C#,E
take a look ahead            (CHORD PROG. X4, LYRICS X2 ,2 TIME ADD YA YA YA)

FILL 1


DURING SOLO (PART1) PLAY :
E,A,d CONTINUOUSLY

DURING PART 2 PLAY (CHORUS)

BRIDGE,
FILL 1

VERSE 3:

E
now everybodies got advice that they just keep on givin
d            A          E
doesn't mean to much to me
E
lots of people out to make a legal living
d                A               B
can't decide on  who they should be. ya ya ya

CHORUS,
BRIDGE,
OUTRO (AT THE END OF OUTRO PLAY A,C#,EA,C#,E,A,d,E,A,B)

INTRO


THEN FADE OUT AND END SONG.


WELL THERE IT IS KEEP ON ROCKIN.
            
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