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Long Gone Day Chords (ver.1)

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Long Gone Day Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro with E* and D


     E*     D
 
e|---x------x---------------| 
B|---5------3---------------|
G|---4------2---------------|
D|---2------0---------------|
A|---2------x---------------|
E|---0------x---------------| 


E*                 D
So much blood I'm starting to drown

E*                D
Runs from cold to colder

E*                 D
Time to time the sky's come down

E*                 D
To help me lose my way

Tears and lies for answers
You and open veins, God knows I'm gone
Girl I just want you to
Come on down
Lord it's a storm and I'm heading to fall
These sins are mine and I've done wrong, oh babe
Come on down
Come on down my babe.... Cm

Bm

Em Cm Bm Em Cm Dm
 
Em  Cm Bm             Em                          Cm Dm
Mmmm,        who ever said We wash away with the rain 


See you all from time to time
Isn't it so strange
How far away we all are now
and i'm the only one who remembers that summer
Oh, I remember
Everyday each time the place was saved
The music that we made
The wind has carried all of that away

Long gone day
Mmmm, who ever said
We wash away with the rain

Bridge: F# A-B

So many tears I'm starting to drown
The rain's in heaven's all come down
Silver spoons affix the crown
The luckless ones are broken
Fears and lies for answers
You and open flames
God knows I'm gone
And I just want you to
Come on down, hmmm

Lord it's a storm am I heading to fall
These sins are mine and I've done wrong
I want you to, oh, I just want you to
Come on down

I fear again, like then, I've lost my way
And shout to God to bring my sunny days 

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Great band, great song!

JonyBgood, Spain 2011
            
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