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The Endless Plain Of Fortune Chords (ver.1)

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The Endless Plain Of Fortune Chords (ver.1)

John Cale
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Band: John Cale

Tuning: Standard


--INTRO--
Am /  /  Am7 (x4)


--VERSE 1--
     Am         Am7  Am       Am7
Old taylor said
F                    C           G
 Old taylor meant to cry -- oh my

Field marshall meant
 Field marshall went away again


--CHORUS 1--
F                   Cmaj7
 Watch out below; the tides
F               Cmaj7
 Lean heavily like wine
F                C               G       Am
 We are all innocent in spite of you and me

   Am
G|-2-------|
D|---2-----|  (x4)
A|-----3-0-|
E|---------|


--VERSE 2--
      Am        Am7  Am       Am7
Then martha went
F                  C     G
 Yes martha went away again

Down in transvaal
 Where crocodiles and men fight on


--CHORUS 2--
F                         Cmaj7
 They would have played all night
F                  Cmaj7
 Even with loaded dice
F                         C               G         Am
 It's gold that eats the heart away and leaves the bones to dry

   Am
G|-2-------|
D|---2-----|  (x2)
A|-----3-0-|
E|---------|


--INTERLUDE--
E  D  C  Bm
Am
G  F  Em Dm
C     G


--VERSE 3--
  Am           Am7  Am       Am7
Segovia watched
F                 C         G
 Gendarmerie and all that's all

The radio man
 Amanda did you choose your tune


--CHORUS 3--
F                   Cmaj7
 She walked away in time
F                      Cmaj7
 She walked a crooked line
F                   C                   G        Am
 So gracefully she turned her head and smiled -- away

   Am
G|-2-------|
D|---2-----| (x12)
A|-----3-0-|
E|---------|



Buenos Aires. January, 2014.
            
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