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M Ward, Radio Campaign Chords (ver.1)

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Radio Campaign Chords (ver.1)

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                This is my first attempt at writing a tab.  I don't claim to be a great guitar player,
have a great ear for that matter, but this sounds about right when I play it.  Its
to "Here Comes the Sun Again", which is how I stumbled across the first few chords.  
free to correct me if you think otherwise.

            C             F
Well i been pushed to the edge,
      C    G    Am
By my head ache blues.
          C             F           G
And i got pulled by the pull of the tide.

      C              F
I got stripped of my soul,
C        G     Am
Standing in my shoes,
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C     G C
My little peace of mind
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C    G C
My little peace of mind

          C            F
Since the day you been gone,
         C    G     Am
I cannot keep from crying.
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C     G C
My little peace of mind.

        C          F
I sent signals and signs,
       C   G   Am
              C            F          G
Now I’m gonna try this old microphone light
        C                F            C   G   Am
Now I’m calling out your name on this radio campaign.
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C     G C
My little peace of mind.
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C     G C
My little peace of mind
          C               F
Since the day you've been gone
   C     G         Am
I cannot keep from crying.
F          G
Come back, come back
F          G
Come back, come back
F          G
Come back, come back
                   C      G C
My little peace of mind
            
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