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Camera Obscura, Swans Chords (ver.1)

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Swans Chords (ver.1)

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                Traceyanne plays the D Major chord on the tenth fret and the Em on the 12th fret. 

This is so she can play the D dim7 chord late in the song. 

All chords should be played using barre chords.

D                     A
There's flowers in my house
D                 A
And I bought them myself
D                          A
No surprises in my record collection
D                                   A
You must have thought I was someone else

Em                      A
I'm still afraid to get lost
D                 Bm
In a city I might explore
Em                    A
But I'm not afraid to have
            D         Bm
An eloquent boy at my door

Em
At my door
A
At my door
D
At my door

D                   A
Oh you want to be a writer
D         A
Fantastic idea
D                         A
You say you've never seen America
D                             A
I really think you'll like it there

Em                           A
Maybe you should travel with me
D                Bm 
Is this the best idea?
Em                          A
Because you've never seen a Redwood
                 D         Bm
and you've never touched a deer

Em
A deer
A
A deer
D    Ddim7
A deer

Em
A deer
A
A deer
D
My dear

Em                            A
Are the swans is deceiving us all?
D                   Bm
Oh I for one should know
Em                     A
I never felt myself so graceful
            D       Bm
And I never swam so slow

Em
So slow
A
So slow
D   Ddim7
So slow

Em
So slow
A
So slow
D
So slow.
            
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