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Geneva, Tranquillizer Chords (ver.1)

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Tranquillizer Chords (ver.1)

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TRANQUILLIZER



This is the third single from Geneva and one of the key tracks on their
marvellous album "Further".

The intro is simply same chords as in Chorus.

>>VERSE<<

    [C]          [D]
eye-liner up you knock me down
    [Bm]                 [Em]
you hold your breath and I hold mine
[C]         [D]           [Bm]             [Em]
every step another step towards halfheartedness

[Am]
let us be happy while we're still young
[C]                                   [D]
let us be happy while we're still young

>>CHORUS<<

[G]                 [D]          [C]
until it all seemed pointless we lifted up the mattress
     [Em]           [D]
   [G]                 [D]
is this what checkmate means she said
[Am]               [F]            [D]
lighting up again, yes I like the stillness

>>VERSE<<

sometimes we had endless hope
and tranquillizer eyes
feel so close it's hard to breathe
so close but we believe...

let us be happy while we're still young
let us be happy while we're still young

>>CHORUS<<

until it all seemed pointless we lifted up the mattress
is this what checkmate means she said
lighting up again, yes I like the stillness


[G]
let us be happy while we're still young
[F]
let us be happy while we're still young
[Em]
let us be happy while we're still young
[C]
let us be happy while we're still young
[G]
let us be happy while we're still young
[F]
let us be happy while we're still young
[C]       [D]
let us be happy

>>CHORUS<<
until it all seemed pointless we lifted up the mattress
is this what checkmate means she said
lighting up again, yes I like the stalemate
            
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