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Faint, Southern Belles In London Sing Chords (ver.1)

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Southern Belles In London Sing Chords (ver.1)

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                Pretty easy chords.  I thought it would be good to find them because its such a 
fun song with an amazing string part and I enjoy playing with it.  Listen to a 
song to get a better idea of the chord changes but these are fairly accurate where 
they are written.  Peace (-<)

Em                 Bm
Scarlet boots, the kiss of death
D                Em
Patience and the end of it
Em              Bm
Blended angels, whispered love					
D                  Em
Countdown til it's gone, for long
Em             Bm
Velvet voices, haunting slow
D                    Em
Darkened notes, with bright decor
Em                  Bm
Georgian femmes are gone for weeks
D                  Em
Southern Belles in London Sing

I'm staring down the Eppley gate
Two more days before the plane arrives-
And you'll be standing here with your smile
Carving up the lobby seats
Pushing down the caffeine drinks
Checking the arrival screens for yours

             
Bridge: 
Am          D              Em
  A hundred feet above the landing
Am          D            Em
  There's a girl gliding down
C                D
  She's floating toward me now
Bm                    Em
  Her sleeves are all stretching out
C                D           Em
  And the jet is following behind						
Wake up  (chords continue as normal, however the lyrics as typed don't.)

London skids a grinding halt
Last night left to spend apart
Your bags are packed by now for home
Stories of the tour unfold
Booking Agents
Broken Nose
Butting heads with creeping dolts
Georgian Femmes are gone for weeks
Southern Belles in London Sing

Southern Belles in London Sing
            

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