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Don't Let Go Chords (ver.2)

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Don't Let Go Chords (ver.2)

Rasmus
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Intro:

A5, F5, E5 x2



Verse 1:

A5                       F5         E5
Holding my breath as I walk to your garden
                 F5
Everything seems so abandoned
A5                       F5         E5
Roses have grown just as high as a mountain
                F5         C5
Fireflies glow in the dark


Chorus:

C          G
Don't let go now 
Am      G     F
Somebody's lying


Verse 2:

A5               F5        E5
Everyone came to the final revival
                       F5
It's been a year since we've been here
A5                        F5         E5
The spell has been cast to welcome the arrival
            F5           C5
The phantom of silence is near


Chorus:

C          G
Don't let go now 
Am      G     F
Somebody's lying
C           G
These wounds won't heal
Am      G     F
Somebody's lying


Bridge:

A5                   G5
Break the spell of emptiness
F5                 E5
And thousand years of loneliness
A5                   G5
Bless the path of righteousness
F5                  E5
And walk the trails of holiness
A5     G5       F5
   Your garden is dying
A5     G5       F5
   Somebody's lying 


Chorus:

C5            G5
  Don't let go now
A5     G5       F5
   Your garden is dying
C5                  G5
  These wounds won't heal
A5     G5       F5
   Somebody's lying


Chourus:

Eb5            Bb5
   Don’t let go now
C5  Bb5    Ab5
     The garden is dying
Eb5                  Bb5
   These wounds won't heal
C5  Bb5    Ab5
     Somebody's lying
Eb5            Bb5

C5  Bb5    Ab5
     The garden is dying
Eb5            Bb5

C5  Bb5    Ab5
     Somebody's lying


Outro:
(bar chords)


D, A, Cm, A, G x2
            
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