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Portastatic, Full Of Stars Chords (ver.1)

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Full Of Stars Chords (ver.1)

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   C9 C           Fmaj7    Cmaj7   Fmaj7

play rhythm guitar part like this, with palm muting:

C               F             C         F
     There's an ocean in your ears.

C               F             C         F
     There's an ocean in your ears.

              C          G            F     Em       Am   G         F
     It might take seven seas for the salty water to wash away your tears.

                G                              F             C
     But if you listen, little girl there's an ocean in your ears.

(play intro again)

C               F             C         F
     There's a moon against your cheek.

C                    F             C           F
     Yeah, there's a moon against your cheek.

                      C          G              F         Em
     And when you're feeling the ground and the wind gets wild,

            Am    G               F                G
    and the light around you gets weak - just look up, look up,

              F                 C
    there's a moon against your cheek.

C             F               C         F
     And your hair is full of stars.

C               F               C         F
     Yeah, your hair is full of stars.

          C          G     F                  Em
     It's a phosphorescent tangle 'round your head

                  Am     G          F
     and you will always know where you are.

                  G                         F               C
     Yeah, it's a messy constellation, your hair is full of stars.

     Full of stars.

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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