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Feist, Train Song Chords (ver.1)

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Train Song Chords (ver.1)

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                as recorded by Feist and Ben Gibbard for the "Dark Was The Night" compilation.
written by Vashti Bunyan

Capo 3

Intro: Am (X02210 X02212)

Am                            F        E
Travelling north, travelling north to find you
Am                         F          E
Train wheels beating, the wind in my eyes
Am                         F          E
Don't even know what I'll say when I find you
Am   Am/G           F                      Am
Call       out your name love, dont be surprised
     Dm                    Am
It's so many miles and so long since I've met you
Dm                         Am           
Don't even know what I'll find when I get to you
     F              G
But suddenly now I know where I belong
      C            G           F     Dm     Am
It's many hundred miles and it won't    be long
    Dm      Am
It won't be long
    Dm      Am
It won't be long
    Dm  E       Am
It won't    be long

Am                    F       E
Nothing at all in my head to say to you
Am                    F        E
Only the beat of the train I'm on
Am                          F           E
Nothing I've learnt all my life on the way to you
Am   Am/G      F           Dm      Am
Only      our love that's over and gone
     Dm                    Am
It's so many miles and so long since I've met you
Dm                         Am
Don't even know what I'll find when I get to you
      F             G
But suddenly now I know where I belong
      C            G             F   Dm       Am
It's many hundred miles and it won't     be long
   Dm       Am
It won't be long
   Dm       Am
It won't be long
   Dm     E  Am
It won't be long
            

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