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Oasis, Lyla Chords (ver.3)

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Lyla Chords (ver.3)

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                OASIS - LYLA

This is the new Oasis single released May 16 off the upcoming album Dont Believe The
Truth. Firstly, put a capo on 2nd fret then play these chords relative to the capo:

INTRO:
A (occasionally hammer on E-5)

D
Callin' all the stars to fall
    F                G                A
And catch the silver sunlight in your hands
D
Comfort me and set me free
F              G               A
Lift me up and take me where I stand
D
She believes in everything
    F            G                 A
And everyone and you and yours and mine
  F
I waited for a thousand years
    G                              A
For you to come and blow me out my mind

A   D-A
Hey Lyla!
    G              D
The stars about to fall
           A    D-A 
So whatcha say, Lyla?
    G               D                A      D-A
The world around us makes me feel so small, Lyla!
   G               D                A    D-A
If you can hear me call, then I can say, Lyla!
   G               D             E (one stroke)
If heaven help you catch me if I fall

She's the queen of all I've seen
And every song and city far and near
Heaven hell my mamazelle (??) or as written before, Heaven help my mademoiselle
She ringed the bell for all the world to hear

Hey Lyla!
The stars about to fall
So whatcha say, Lyla?
The world around us makes me feel so small, Lyla!
If you can hear me call, then I can say, Lyla!
Heaven help you catch me if I fall

Hey Lyla!
The stars about to fall
So whatcha say, Lyla?
The world around us makes me feel so small, Lyla!
If you can hear me call, then I can say, Lyla!
Heaven help you catch me if I fall, Lyla!
Hey Lyla!
Hey Lyla!
Hey Lyla! 


Its that simple.
            

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