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Windout Chords (ver.1)

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Windout Chords (ver.1)

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WINDOUT




The song begins with what sounds like a middle A note, or part of an
A chord, with feedback. Not playable on clean guitar so must be
a second guitar line.


Riff 1
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The chords here are	E 	for 3 beats
			Esus4	for 1 beat
			D 	for 4 beats

E	022100
Esus4	022200
D	xx0232

This is the "Windout...if you're out of wind" part


Riff2
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Simply a quiet but fast-strummed A for 6 beats
followed by a blast of G, with gusto, for 2 beats.


"Bridge" bit in the middle
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E-0-2-3-2-0-2-3-2-0-2-3-2-0-2-3-2
B
G
D
A
E



Lyrics:

Windout - if you're out of wind
Windout - if you're really spent
Windout - if you're young and red

Yeah, tick tock, it's tine o'clock
Once is good enough, you really go...

So find out - if you're really spent
Find out - if you're out of wind
Windout - if you're out of sin

Winding up

There's no doubt - that you're feeling fine
No doubt - that you're out of mind
No doubt - that you're young and red

Windout - if you're really spent
Find out - if you're young and red
Windout - if you're out of wind
If you're young and red

Tick tock time to clock my band
Once is good enough, you really go...

Windout, find out, no doubt
Windout, find out, no doubt
Windout, windout, windout
            
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