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Calling, Dayunday Tabs (ver.1)

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Dayunday Tabs (ver.1)

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Wherever You Will Go     Submitted by: johnnyboy542
The Calling
 
Verse One: 

C         G                Am          F 
So lately You're wondering Who will be there to take my place 
C             G                Am           F 
When I'm gone you'll need love to light the shadows on your face 
C               G          Am      F 
If a grate wave shall fall Fall upon us all 
C            G            Am           F 
Then between sand and stone could you make it on your own? 

Chorus 

C          G            Am          F 
If I could then I would I'll go wherever you will go 
C           G           Am      F 
Way up high or down low I'll go wherever you will go 

Verse Two: 

Maybe I'll find out a way to make it back someday 
To want you to guide you through the darkest of your days 
If a great wave shall fall and fall upon us all 
Then I hope there's someone out there who can bring me back to you 

Chorus: 

If I could then I would I'll go wherever you will go 
Way up high or down low I'll go wherever you will go 

Bridge: 

Am    F                G 
     Run away with my heart 
Em               Am 
Run away with my hope 
F                G        Em - F 
Run away with my love 

Verse Three: 

I know now just quite how 
My life and love might still go on 
In your heart in your mind 
I'll stay with you for all of time 

Chorus: 
If I could then I would I'll go wherever you will go 
Way up high or down low I'll go wherever you will go 

If I could turn back time I'll go wherever you will go 
If I could make you mine I'll go wherever you will go 

End on an F (3 times)
            
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