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Damien Rice, Amie Tabs (ver.1)

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Amie Tabs (ver.1)

Damien Rice Tabs
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                DAMIEN RICE - AMIE(CAPO 7)            
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Verse I                           
G  DSUS/F  G/B  C2               
Am7 Em Am7  Am7*                   
G3 G3 G3 C                         
Am7 Em Am7 Am7*                     
G4 C D G3                          
G5 Bm Am7 C (D)                    

G3 G3 G3 C
Am7 Em Am7  Am7*(D)
G3 G3 G3 C
Am7 Em Am7  Am7*(D)

Verse 1
Nothing unusual, nothing strange
Close to nothing at all
The same old scenario, the same old rain
And there's no explosions here

Then something unusual, something strange
Comes from nothing at all
I saw a spaceship fly by your window
Did you see it disappear? 

Amie come sit on my wall
And read me the story of O
And tell it like you still believe
That the end of the century 
Brings a change for you and me

Verse 2
Nothing unusual, nothing's changed
Just a little older that's all
You know when you've found it,
There's something I've learned
'Cause you feel it when they take it away

Something unusual, something strange
Comes from nothing at all
But I'm not a miracle 
And you're not a saint
Just another soldier
On the road to nowhere

Chorus x2
*If it looks confusing its not b/c all the chords get the same time so it flows

*in the verse where the G3's are, the second G3 hit the top e on 2 for a
base the third g3 hit the top e open for base

*the d chord in ( ) go to that just before the change to the next chord

I looked at damiens hand and tabed this so it'sd as accurate as you'll get.
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