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How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us Chords (ver.1)

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How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us Chords (ver.1)

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                "Piano riff:
E-14-14-14-14-15-14-14-14-14-12
B-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12
G-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12

Verse riff:
--4-2-4...--4h7p4-4-2-2\4---------       
--------------------------0-0\2--
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{Verse riff}
Blood from a stone
Water from wine.
Born under earplay design.
A stroke of bad luck,
wrong place, wrong time.
This flyer is out of the lime.


D                       G         Em
The story is a sad one, told many times.
D                       G      Em
The story of my life in trying times.
D               G       Em
Just add water, stir in lime.
D                                 A
How the west was won and where it got us.


{Verse riff}
Canary got trapped, the uranium mine.
A stroke of bad luck, now the bird has died.
a marker to mark where my tears run dry.
I cross it, bless it, alkali.


D                       G         Em
The story is a sad one, told many times.
D                       G      Em
The story of my life in trying times.
D               G       Em
Just add water, stir in lime.
D                                 A
How the west was won and where it got us.


{Piano solo}


{Verse riff}
I didn't wear glasses cause I thought it might rain.
Now I can't see anything.
I made a mistake, chalked it up to design.
I cracked through time, space, Godless and dry.
I point my nose to the northern star,
watch the decline from a hazy distance.


D                       G         Em
The story is a sad one, told many times.
D                       G      Em
The story of my life in trying times.
D               G       Em
Just add water, stir in lime.
D                                 A
How the west was won and where it got us.
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