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Current Swell, Go On Chords (ver.1)

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Go On Chords (ver.1)

Current Swell Tabs
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                 E7                           B            Go On/  Current Swell
 High, High on this mountain top
A                                   E     
True Love,  and gonna find me soon enough, no
E7                   B     A                           E
So, Into the valley below, Is where i'm gonna find my home
E7                         B
Low,  Low in the valley I lay, 
          A                                  E
Its where my heart, my heart bids for me to stay
          E                                      B
But from within you know I feel my soul cry out so loud,
           A                                                 E
So I climb back up that rocky slope to my place in the clouds
                E7                                               B
 On this rocky peak you know it is a view thats a fast dissapearing.
           A                                              E  
Cause in my head I'm hearing voices to which I cannot speak and
                              E7                       B
(chorus)  They're singing Go on!   Find It! a bit of Happy Happiness...
 A                                                           E
Your own path you must follow I cant tell you if its east or west.
verse 2
So Off on a journey, I guess i'm in search to find it,
and for years i roam, seeking my peace of mind ya,
But under every stone that i overturn , 
comes another lesson, I wouldn't have learned before.
so come and feel me, when I'm singing...
Chorus
Solo,  Chorus, outro
Your own path you must follow I can't tell you if its east or west...

When doing the ridim, I play the "E7" in the shape of a C7 but on the 5th fret.  
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