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Undertow Tabs (ver.2)

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Undertow Tabs (ver.2)

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                Two basic chord progressions in this one:
 
 Em--C--D--Dsus4 for the verses
 
 Am--C--D--Dsus4 for the chorus and the "Lines are forming..." part.
 
 
 
 THE UNDERTOW
 
 Em             C         D      Dsus4
 Bring back the innocence lost
 Em        C              D      Dsus4
 It may be later than you think
 Em          C           D       Dsus4
 There's new places to explore
 Em      C          D      Dsus4
 But the old ones return tomorrow
 
 Am        C            D       Dsus4
 Lines are forming all around
 Am        C        D        Dsus4
 Here them cry out above our heads
 
 Em         C      D       Dsus4
 Divide the years apart
 Em            C       D      Dsus4
 The past will crumble like a shell
 
 Chorus: (use the same Am--C--D--Dsus progression as above)
 
 I'm being tempted hear the call
 
 Try to be careful and I don't know why
 
 One hundred years maybe more
 
 I'm being tempted and I don't mind it
 
 
 (Resume the Em--C--D--Dsus4 progression for this verse)
 
 Waiting patiently, walk over to the window
 
 Then you look away, can't see no accidents
 
 Waiting endlessly, it will be easier and 
 
 We will be together, just another test
 
 Like any other test
 
 
 
 Chorus: (Am--C--D--Dsus4)
 
 I'm being tempted hear the call
 
 Try to be careful and I don't know why
 
 One hundred years maybe more
 
 I'm being tempted and I don't mind at all
 
 
 (Back to the verse progression)
 
 And it all comes down
 
 As you wait for the change
 
 You've known all along
 
 But you're waiting alone
 
 For the moment to come
 
 And you hear the call
 
 And you hear the call
 
 And you're waiting alone
 
 
 
 
 Pretty simple, but a real nice little song.
 
 
 Peace,
 
 Ben McTernan
            
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