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Splitter Chords (ver.1)

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Splitter Chords (ver.1)

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                Capo 2

Intro

Em  B7  C  G (x2)

D  C  G

Verse:

G
Through the gardens and fields ‘neath the tall green grass 
         Em
You were walking ‘neath the moon while covering your tracks 
C                                         G
Working your fingers down to the skin and stone 

Chorus:

Em              B7      C               G
One hand on the hammer, one foot by the door 
Em            B7        C             G        D
Pushed by the wind, fed by the need for moving on, 
       C        G
Moving on to nowhere 

Verse:

G
When division runs deep and down into the well 
        Em
All the coins you dove after lost all their spell 
C                                      G
Covered in moss walking for silver and blood  

Chorus:

Em           B7   C              G
Out in the cafe, working in the grove 
Em            B7          C          G
Guarding the port of the future you sold 
        D           C        G
Holding on, holding on to no one 
        D           C        G
Holding on, holding on to no one 


Em              B7          C            G
One eye in the mirror, the other on the screen 
Em             B7        C              G
Sewn in the pockets and down into the dream 
Em                 B7     C                G
Caught up in the mortar, bricks and heavy load 
Em              B7   C               G
Wait in the shadows down the living road 
       D          C         G
Moving on, moving on to no one 
        D           C         G
Holding on, holding on to no one 


Pretty sure this is right, although he seems to do a sort of walkdown thing 
between the Em and the C in the verses which I can't figure out. Anyways, great 
song, great band. Check out the album its from, Algiers. It's great.
            
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