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James Vincent Mcmorrow, Sparrow And The Wolf Chords (ver.1)

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Sparrow And The Wolf Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro
D D 
D Bm/G D  D
ah-aa-ah


Verse1
D                       (G)                  (D)
sparrow and wolf lay as still as the blades of the grass
Bm                          G                          D
like worn leather boots, of color and size that would last

D
caught them a lark in a trap, and each held a wing
          Bm            G                             D     D
then they tore it apart, before that small bird could sing


Bm G  D  D
oh-oo-oh 
D  A  D
oh-oo-oh


Verse2
D                   (G)                    (D)
confused by the wind, bruised by the size of the rain
    Bm               G                       D
she turned in to him, begged for the light to remain
D
but plans have been made, all the furniture sold
    Bm                G                              D
so store up your hate, use it for warmth when you're cold


Chorus1
G
for I have seen no joy, only danger,
D
I see no joy, only strangers,
A                               G
I see no joy; see no joy in this world.
G
should you, choose to go, please be careful of
D
lonesome roads, men who travel them
A                                   G
will not know, will not know of your ways.


Interlude
G
oh-oo-oh 
Em
oh-oo-oh
G
oh-oo-oh
Em      G
oh-oo-oh
A
D D Bm G 


Chorus2
G
still I have, seen no joy, only dangers, I
D
see no joy, only strangers, I
A                              G 
see no joy, see no joy in this world

you should choose to go, please remember what
D
you have learned, from the little bird
A                              G
always dear, always dear to my heart
            
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