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James, Upside Chords (ver.2)

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Upside Chords (ver.2)

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These are the chords for the live version. Remember: there is more than one guitar in 
song so another guitar may use a capo and hence, use different chord shapes.

Standard Tuning

Intro: C  Em (6x)

C                              Em
  Send seasonal greetings from nowhere
C                         Em
  I’m working and playing away
C                        Em
  Remember the moment of leaving
         F         G
  Yesterday, yesterday

C                               Em
  Roll through these towns over seas, over mountains
C                            Em
  Lucky to work when work is scarce
C                          Em
  Father must feed must provide he must fountain

(Guitar swells)

  F                G
  Left my heart within your care


C                 Em
Upside: love you, downside: miss you
C                Em
I’m here you are there
C                Em
Upside: working, downside: hurting
F            G
Hear my echo dancing bear

* Instrumental: C Em (2x)

C                       Em
  Connected to you by a mobile
C                        Em
  What I can’t do, I can say
C                           Em
  Away from you I’m feeling empty

(Guitar Swells)

       F             G
  I am raining, I am gray

* Go to Chorus

Am F (2x)

                 Am                       F
  My works about words and sounds you can taste
              Am                  F
  Violins and trumpets, chocolate cakes
                Am                   F
  Here are some words, words you can taste
  Here are some words kissing your face

* Go to Chorus (Audience sings once and then James repeats chorus again)

The song ends with the following chord progression instrumental:

D F#m, D F#m, D F#m, G, 
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