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Crosby Stills Nash, Broken Bird Tabs (ver.1)

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Broken Bird Tabs (ver.1)

Crosby Stills Nash Tabs
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                Broken Bird    (Graham Nash)

      Am  /  /  /  Dm  /  Em  /  Gm  /  /  /  Bm  /  /  /

      Am  /  /  /  Dm  /  Em  /  Gm  /  /  /  D  /  /  /

                Am                    Dm
     There's a story I'd like you to listen to

   Em         Gm                Bm
     About a lady and a broken bird

   Am               Dm
     Broken by the hammer

   Em            Gm                          D
     You took it so hard, you hardly said a word

      Bm                       C(add D)
     Sending them back over the lines

       Bm                         Cmaj7
     Whistling down the wire from pole to pole

      Bm                  C(add D)
     Bending them over the times

      Bm                                  Cmaj7
     Trying to burn the diamonds from the holy coal

      Am  /  /  /  Dm  /  Em  /  Gm  /  /  /  Bm  /  /  /

      Am  /  /  /  Dm  /  Em  /  Gm  /  /  /  D  /  /  /

      Bm                  C(add D)
     Sending them over the lines

       Bm                         Cmaj7
     Whistling down the wire from pole to pole

      Bm                  C(add D)
     Bending them over the times

      Bm                                  Cmaj7
     Trying to burn the diamonds from the holy coal

   Am                    Dm      Em  Gm
     Telling this story slowly together

                     Bm
     Reading in the dark

          Am               Dm     Em      Gm
     The bird that you saw dying, we saw flying

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