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The Dancer Chords (ver.1)

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The Dancer Chords (ver.1)

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                I only know the basic riff, and if I remember correctly, it runs
     throughout the song  (might be in a different key though, no me
     recuerdo...)
     Maybe there's something I'm missing, I don't know...I know one guitar
     plays this part with awful fast strumming.
     Drum roll, please...and now, the three chords...


     Am                 Dm               E7
     He came riding fast like a phoenix out of fire flames
     Am                 Dm                       E7
     He came dressed in black with a cross bearing my name
     Am                 Dm                 E7
     He came bathed in light and the splendor and glory
     Am                 Dm               E7
     I can't believe what the lord has finally sent me

     He said dance for me, fanciulla gentil
     He said laugh a while, i can make your heart feel
     He said fly with me, touch the face of the true god
     And then cry with joy at the depth of my love

     Cause i've prayed days, i've prayed nights
     For the lord just to send me home some sign
     I've looked long, i've looked far
     To bring peace to my black and empty heart

     My love will stay till the river bed run dry
     And my love lasts long as the sunshine blue sky
     I love him longer as each damn day goes
     The man is gone and heaven only knows

     Cause i've cried days.  I've cried nights
     For the lord just to send me up some sign
     Is he near? Is he far?
     Bring peace to my black and empty heart

     So long day.  So long night
     Good lord, be near me tonight
     Is he near? Is he far?
     Bring peace to my black and empty heart

     ------
     Brought to you in part by the letters Q, W, and Peter Mosinskis
            
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