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M Ward, Requiem Chords (ver.2)

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Requiem Chords (ver.2)

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                Capo 2

Intro: It's mostly just C with a riff over it.


C    
Well he stormed with his feet
C
He clapped with his hands
C                      F
He summoned all of his joy when he laughed
                       F           G
It suffered all of his joy when he cried.
C                              E
And sometimes when he got into talkin'
             Am     Am7/G  F
Man he could rattle on and on
         C         G          C
He was a good man and now hes gone.



Its basically that except for a few parts. 
What I don't include in the lyrics is the same as the first verse.



In war he was a tiger

When it was over, like a dove.

He summoned all of his strength in the climb.

It suffered all of his strength in the fall.

Sometimes when he got into fighting

Man he could fight with you all day long.

He was a good man, and now he's gone.


C                     F
He put his trust in a higher power
C                  F         G
He held his power like a holy grail.
C                      F            C
He summoned all of his faith in the lifting
C                     F            G
It suffered all of his faith in the fail.
                               
His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet

That's why I dedicate this song;

He was a good man and now he's gone.


Solo: I'm not too good at these things. Chances are its in A Major.


His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet

That's why I dedicate this song;

He was a good man and now he's gone.
            
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