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Damned, Wait For The Blackout Chords (ver.1)

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Wait For The Blackout Chords (ver.1)

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                			     Wait For The Blackout - The Damned  



A	E	D	x4

D
Don't you ask me to come out
When the sun does shine
Let us stay here with curtains drawn
In darkness you'll be mine

      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
    D 
The light is too bright
      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
D
Wait for the night

D
Well welcome to my basement flat
No windows to see through
With darkness closing in my friend
We'll both know what to do

      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
    D 
The light is too bright
      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
D
Wait for the night

D
D	G	x4

      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
    D 
The light is too bright
      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
D
Wait for the night

D
Come lay with me upon the earth
That keeps us both alive
No living thing has lasted here
Yet we shall both survive

      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
    D 
The light is too bright
      A	           E	
Let's wait for the blackout
D
Wait for the night

D

D	          G	
In darkness there is no sin
      D	              G
Light only brings the fear
D	      G
Nothing to corrupt the eyes
      D	           G
There is no vision here
   D	         G
At first you may find it strange
    D	       G
But do not go away
    D	             G
The darkness holds a power
         D	           G 
That you won't find in the day

D	          G	x4

      D	           G
There is no vision here

D	          G

      D	           G
There is no vision here

D	          G	x4

Mick 2008 
            
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