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James Blunt, High Chords (ver.1)

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High Chords (ver.1)

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                This sounds pretty much perfect when you play it, it's really easy as well.
Capo 3rd fret
 
Chords: I dont know what they are all called, but these are the ones
       G-320033
       B-021200
       Em-022000
       Em7-022030
       A-002220 
       A7-002020
       C-032033
       C*-032010
       D-xx0232
       Em*-022033
       
Verse:
G             B
Beautiful dawn lights up the shore for me.
          Em                      Em7
There is nothing else in the world
A
I'd rather wake up and see (with you).
G             B                             
Beautiful dawn I'm just chasing time again.
Em                     Em7      A                
Thought I would die a lonely man, in endless night.

Chorus:
           Cadd9 D        Em*                Cadd9
But now I'm high, running wild among all the stars above.

Cadd9 D        Em*                   Cadd9      
Sometimes it's hard to believe you remember me.

Verse:
Beautiful dawn melt with the stars again.
Do you remember the day when my journey began?
Will you remember the end (of time)?
Beautiful dawn You're just blowing my mind again.
Thought I was born to endless night, until you shine.

Chorus:
High, running wild among all the stars above.
Sometimes it's hard to believe you remember me.

Bridge:
Em                     C                        A7
Will you be my shoulder when I'm grey and older?
                    C
Promise me tomorrow starts with you,

Chorus:
Getting high, running wild among all the stars above.
Sometimes it's hard to believe you remember me.
High, running wild among all the stars above.
Sometimes it's hard to believe you remember me.

End on G strum
            
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