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King Of The Mountain Chords (ver.1)

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King Of The Mountain Chords (ver.1)

Kate Bush
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                "King of the Mountain"
Reached Top 5 on the UK charts in 2005 with the release of Bush's double album Aerial.


(Percussion intro- most likely in the key of F)


F
Could you see the aisles of women?

                                                                         Ab/F      Bb/F      Eb/F
Could you see them screaming and weeping?

F
Could you see the storm rising?

                                                                         Ab/F       Bb/F     Eb/F
Could you see the guy who was driving?

(Repeat progression)
Could you climb higher and higher?
Could you climb right over the top?
Why does a multi-millionaire
Fill up his home with priceless junk?


Ab/F                           Eb/F
         The wind is whistling

                                 F
The wind is whistling


Through the house


Ab/F                                                      Eb/F
Elvis are you out there somewhere 

                                                    F
Looking like a happy man?

Ab/F                                       Eb/F
In the snow with Rosebud

                                        F
And king of the mountain


(Same Verse progression)
Another Hollywood waitress
Is telling us shes having your baby
And theres a rumour that youre on ice
And you will rise again someday
And that theres a photograph
Where youre dancing on your grave

The wind is whistling
The wind is whistling
Through the house

(Same refrain progression)
Elvis are you out there somewhere
Looking like a happy man?
In the snow with Rosebud
And king of the mountain


Ab/F
The wind it blows

       Eb                             F
The wind it blows the door closed
            
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