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Wish You Well Tabs (ver.1)

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Wish You Well Tabs (ver.1)

Mark Lanegan
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                Mark Lanegan
"Wish You Well"
Here Comes That Weird Chill

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Intro: B 

E
He wrote a name 
                B
With the needle gun 
In black and blue 
Your eyes are stone she said 
E
Beautiful and dead
               B 
And I wish you well 
A
I took a turn on this carousel 
E(II)
How long ago now, I never can tell 
B
I never stopped to wonder 
E                D                 B
Maybe a morning, maybe, a thousand years 
E
I only walk high wires 
D
Attend a needing 
        B
The magnolia's dying 
A
Long coarse and primitive
E(II) 
I wish love, lord 
                       B
I wish love could live, forever 
A                                       E(II)
What I once saw burning bright as hell, now here comes that weird chill 
B
I don't stop to wonder 
E
Threaded a name 
                    B
Through the needle's eye 
As a frame 
Tied the ends and stitched it up 
    E
And hung my head down and wept 
               B
But I wish you well 
A
Who'll pray for the killer's sake 
E(II)                       B
I used to be so wide awake 
E
Like certain mornings 
D                    B
That last a thousand hours 
E
Long coarse and primitive
D 
I wish love, lord 
                       B
I wish love could live forever 
A                           E(II)                        B
I'm burning bright as hell, here comes that weird chill 
                A
But I wish you well 
                             E(II)
Your eyes are stone she said, truly beautiful and dead 
B
I wish you well 
A                                E(II)
I want to ride on this carousel
                               B 
But, I never really stopped to wonder

Chords used:
    B  E  D  A  E(II)   
eb-----------------|
Bb-----------------|
Gb-----9--7--------|
Db--9--9--7--7--2--|
Ab--9--7--5--7--2--|
Eb--7--------5--0--|
            
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