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Bird In The House Chords (ver.1)

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Bird In The House Chords (ver.1)

Railroad Earth
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I thought I would my own version based on how I hear the song. Easy strumming 
pattern. You should be able to pick up the rhythm. Enjoy!


Bird In a House
Railroad Earth


Capo 2 - All chords are respective to capo

Intro: (D, Am, C, D)    x 1
           (D, G, C, Cadd2B, Am)    x 2
 

D                                      Am
I want to sing my own song, that's all
C                           D
cried the bird & flew into a wall.
D                                         Am
There must be some way out, he cried
C                              D
& his desperation echoed down the hall.

Chorus:

D                                        Am
Just another bird in the house
C                    D
dying to get out
D                                        Am
Just another bird in the house
C                    D
dying to get out


Verse 2:

D                                     Am
I want to join my own kind, that's all
C                          D
cried the bird & flew into a wall.
D                                          Am
There must be some way out, he cried
C                              D
& his desperation echoed down the hall.


Repeat Chorus x 1

Mandolin Solo (play Verse x 1)
Guitar Solo (play Verse x 1)
Violin Solo (play Verse x 1)

(D, G, C, Cadd2B, Am) x 2


Verse 3:

D                                           Am
I'm gonna smash my way out, that's all
C                          D                     
cried the bird & smashed from wall to wall.
D                                           Am
There must be some way out, he cried
C                              D
& his desperation echoed down the hall.


Repeat Chorus x 1


End (play verse):

ooh, ooh, ooh...
ooh, ooh, ooh...
ooh, ooh, ooh...
ooh, ooh, ooh...

(D, G, C, Cadd2B, Am) x 2
            
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