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Destination Venus Chords (ver.1)

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Destination Venus Chords (ver.1)

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                [Audio clip: "Yes, I wanna know: How long are you all gonna be on Earth,
and if you can go back to Venus, are you going back?"]

Intro:
    Ab  A    Ab  A    G        F#
e|--------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------|
D|--6-6-7-7--6-6-7-7--5-----5--4---4----|  [x4]
A|--6-6-7-7--6-6-7-7--5-----5--4---4----|
E|--4-4-5-5--4-4-5-5--3-----3--2---2----|


     E5
Destination Venus -- more than darkness lies between us --
     E5                   A5     B5              E5  B5 A5
twenty million miles of weakness,  human weakness
     E5
Holding my receiver, I can feel you coming nearer,
     E5                        A5    B5                  E5
probing through the airwaves clearer -- clearer, clearer.

Chorus:
 A5                   B5              G5
   Destination Venus.   My heart was never slow.
 A5                   B5                 G5
   Destination Venus. Where you are I'll always go.
 B5                          G5  A5
   I hear your voice on the radio

Further modulation of the frequency rotation
triggers feedback of modulation -- mutilation.
Somewhere in the distance, I could hear a voice one instant,
then it faded from existence, no persistence.

   [Chorus]

[Intro]

Destination Venus -- more than darkness lies between us.
Twenty million miles of weakness, human weakness.
Somewhere in the distance, I could hear a voice one instant,
then it faded from existence --- no persistence.

   [Chorus]

C#5 C5  B5  Bb5 A5  Ab5 G5  F#5 E5

N.C.

B5                       G5
Keep coming through on the radio
B5                       G5
Keep coming through on the radio
A5                       G5
Keep coming through on the radio
            
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