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Laura Veirs, Saltbreakers Chords (ver.1)

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Saltbreakers Chords (ver.1)

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                Standard Tuning.

Here's the intro, if you're interested..(only played on e and b.)

E|---------10--8--6-----------8--6--1-----|
B|--3s6----------------3s4----------------|

Intro chords.
Bb,Gm,Cm,Eb

Verse.
Bb               Gm
Serpent tails and flying fish
Cm            Eb
Sup up all the wishes
        Bb                 Gm Cm Eb
That you sent to the stars
Bb             Gm
Chinese dragons incandescent
Cm
mirrors in the waves
Eb       Bb                Gm Cm Eb
I want to put them in jars

Chorus.
            Bb  Gm
With my-y-y saltbreakers
 Cm                          Eb
(ringing all the underwater, underwater, underwater bells)
Bb  Gm
 Cm                   Eb
(look inside a space, look inside a space and you can tell)
Bb  Gm
 Cm                    Eb
(what you need to sow, what you need to know by any means)

Verse 2.
You will not burn me up
though I've dreamed nightly of your face
and walked the streets of my life
with your singing in my silent brain
you cannot burn me up
i'm a fallen leaf who keeps her green
and don't forget I've got my
trusty bag of oh-oh-oh

Chorus
saltbreakers
(flashing in the night, crashing all around my eyes)
saltbreakers
(throwing me down turning on the fire flies)
saltbreakers
(the ebb and the flood, clearing all the channels of your heart)

Bridge. (SAME CHORDS STILL)
bleached by the dark
oceans of clouds
rainstorms of ash
stars on the ground

Chorus.
all around my-y saltbreakers
(floating like a butterfly singing like a bumblebee)
saltbreakers
(dashing alright, splashing and slumbering)
saltbreakers
(mirror to the serpentine stars)
            
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