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I Am Kloot, Astray Chords (ver.1)

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Astray Chords (ver.1)

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                An understated classic...

Tuning: EADGBE

C      x32010
F      133211
F/G    3x3211
D      x57775
Am     x02210
Ammaj7 x02110
Am7    x02010


Intro
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C  F  F/G
C  F  F/G


Verse I
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C
Time has moved so fast 

              F        F/G        C
And now there does not seem to be any

    F                 F/G                 C
And once it felt that there was more than plenty

  F               F/G                 Am
I do believe that something somewhere sent me

   Ammaj7 Am7   D
To you, a-stray

        F                         F/G                C     F  F/G
And the bold raging flame of your heart is making me stay

Verse II
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    C            F                 F/G         C
And I admit that I have spent some time in con-fusion

    F               F/G           C
Not knowing what is or is not ill-usion

F               F/G         Am       Ammaj7
Riddled with my-self and de-struction

  Am7   D
A-stray

        F                         F/G                C     F  F/G
And the bold raging flame of your heart is making me stay

C     F  F/G





Verse III
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   C               F                F/G          C
In flux we move we crawl across the sky like the weather 

   F                   F/G                C
To think that you once thought that I was clever

    F           F/G            Am    Ammaj7
But I was do or die not now or never

  Am7  D
A-stray

          F                         F/G                C     F  F/G
Still the bold raging flame of your heart is making me stay

C


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I hope I've done it justice!

Kevin O'Brien
Watford
England
June 2010
            
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