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Pearl Jam, Turning Mist Chords (ver.1)

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Turning Mist Chords (ver.1)

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                Pearl Jam - Turning Mist
Standard tuning
Capo @ 4th fret

Intro:
C  Asus4  G G/Gb Em7
C  Asus4  G G/Gb Em7
C  Asus4  G G/Gb Em7
C  Asus4  G (strum & hold)

Asus2                         Asus4
  Now all the Sundays seem so blue
Asus2                           Asus4
  Just a changing week it is to blame 
Asus2                  Asus4
  Don't wanna open any wounds 
    G    Em7     Asus2 (strum & hold)
  I just want to laugh again

Asus2                              Asus4
  Don't feel the Christmas without you
Asus2                           Asus4
  All the lights have turned to gray
Asus2                       Asus4
  The rain upon the passing cars
  G     Em7  Asus2 (strum & hold)
  Blurs your smile

C         Asus4
  Was it worth it?
G      G/Gb   Em7
  I was gone so long (In the long run)
C          Asus4
  You deserve peace
G             G/Gb     Em7
  Cause giving love is strong (In the long run)
C          Asus4         G    Em7   Asus2
  Was it worth it in the long run?

Asus2   Asus4
Asus2   Asus4
Asus2   Asus4
G     Em7

Asus2                      Asus4
  All the sunshine of your smile
Asus2                     Asus4
  Has been turning in the mist
      Asus2                 Asus4
Of my eyes Tell me, are you leaving
  G    Em7 Asus2 (strum & hold)
  Feel all lies


C         Asus4
  Was it worth it?
G      G/Gb   Em7
  I was gone so long (In the long run)
C          Asus4
  You deserve peace
G             G/Gb     Em7
  Cause giving love is strong (In the long run)
C          Asus4         G    Em7   Asus2
  Was it worth it in the long run?
       G    Em7   Asus2
In the long run
       G    Em7   Asus2 (strum & hold)
In the long run

G    Em7   Asus2 (strum & hold)
            

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