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I Fight Dragons, Just Decide Chords (ver.1)

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Just Decide Chords (ver.1)

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                I was looking for chords for this song and none existed, so I spent some
time figuring it out.  I'm fairly new to guitar, so take the chords with a 
grain of salt. It sounds ok to me when I play along to the recorded 
version.  At least it's a starting off point.  All chord notation is 
relative fingering to the capo. 


I Fight Dragons

Capo 2


G      D              C
It's a nice day for a swim

G       D                 C
Tie the weights around my feet and stumble in

    Bm Am              G    D   C
And dare       the     tide to   turn



G         D               C
I've been waiting here so long

G          D                  C
Hoping the answers would just somehow come along

         Bm       Am 
It takes time to learn

G                    D       C
But I've got no more time to burn



C       G     D                Em       C
My arms feel stronger now than ever before

C       G   D              Em
My eyes see far beyond the tide

C             G
The only sure way to lose

D                  Em
Is being afraid to choose

C
So just decide

C    G
Just decide


G          D               C
It started somewhere in my chest

G          D               C
I rest for daily work then work for daily rest

    Bm       Am 
But not any more

  G                 D                   C
I left that with my clothes back on the shore



Chorus


G         D         C
Get over, get over, before they drag you under  (X3)

G         D         C
Get over, get over, go on and take one step 

C
Before that step is taken for you


Chorus x2


G      D              C
It's a nice day for a swim 
            
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