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Welcome Me  Chords (ver.1)

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Welcome Me  Chords (ver.1)

Indigo Girls
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WELCOME ME (Amy Ray)
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[Actually in A; capo 2.]
[Each chord is one measure.  There are variations within the measures that
 I haven't noted here, mostly changing C and D to C(9) and D(9).]

(Am)        Am                 G
    Welcome me to the city of angels
      D                       C
Devil prophets still hold my hand
Am                                      G
  I walked your stillborn streets for hours
       D                        C(9)
Ethnic echoes spitting out their trials

                  G                                 D
They tell me I'll, I'll be the first to praise the sun
                         C                           G
The first to praise the moon, the first to hold the lone coyote
                     D
The last to set it free

Welcome me to a haven given
It's well received into my open arms
I ran in my sleep through shaking tremors
I felt the splitting earth echoing in my ears

And I feel that I, I'll be the first to praise the sun
The first to praise the moon, the first to hold the lone coyote
The last to set it free

[Guitar solo, same chords as one verse and one chorus]

Welcome me to your city of angels
See, there's a devil monkey laying on our backs
Now tell me, where's the heart, where's the bullet for breaking?
Who's gonna give me a weapon, a pacifying weapon?

And I need it, I'll, I'll be the first to praise the sun
The first to praise the moon, the first to hold the lone coyote
The last to set it free, I said, I said welcome me
I'll be the first to praise the sun
The first to praise the moon, oh, the first to hold the lone coyote
                     D    C(9)    G.
The last to set it free




[Because of copyright concerns, I've taken out the tablature.  If you
 want to learn the complete lead part for "Welcome Me," buy the songbook
 for _Nomads_Indians_Saints_; it's a good book to have.]
 
            
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