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Lodestar Chords (ver.1)

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Lodestar Chords (ver.1)

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                Standard Tuning, no Capo.

Intro:, E, B7


E
Out of the night, into the water,
   B7
We push the boat from shore.
E                                        B7
Breaking the air in the stillness of the bay.
  E                                           B7
Intensity of stars reflected in the harbour, Silently ignite.
    E                                 B7       E
The oar dips in to oil like water and we, Are away.



Your hand won't write, not tonight, But your mind may wander.
Into those deep lagoons that you know. 
And your boat will go, by starlight alone.

        A             B        E             A
"Da da da da da da da da" You sang to the moon.
       A           B              E      A    B      
In the great black night with no lodestar, In sight.

E B7 E B7

E
Out in the night, out on the water
   B7
We pull the boat back to shore.
E                                          B7
Breathing the air in the stillness of the bay.
   E                                       B7
Intensity of stars reflected in the water, Silently ignite.
    E                                 B7        A     B
The oar dips in to oil like water and we, Are away.
E         A                        B              E          B
Under the moon, In the great black night with no lodestar,In sight.


F#m, A, E, B 

And wait for it,
There are only two things now.
This great black night,
And the fire glow.
Listen, the darkness rings,
The darkness.
Listen, the darkness rings.
And wait for it,
There are only two of us now.
This great black night scooped out,
And this fire glow.
Listen, the darkess rings,
The darkness,
Listen, the darkness rings.
Take off your things,
And listen, the darkness rings
            
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