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Sarah Mclachlan, Mary Chords (ver.1)

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Mary Chords (ver.1)

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Fmaj7: xx3210
C+9:   x32030

Intro:  C  C  Dm  G   C   F   Dm   G

E -------------------|
B -------------------|    This is the little arpeggio
G -------------------|    bit in the intro, played after
D -------------------|    the third C above
A ---------0-3-0-----|
E -3-3-3-------------|


Verses & chorus:

C     C+9    Fmaj7            Dm      G
Mary walks down to the water's edge and there she hangs her head to

C           C+9        Fmaj7             Dm       G
find herself faded a shadow of what she once was.  She says

C                C+9         Fmaj7           Dm        G
"How long have I been sleeping and why do I feel so old why do I feel so cold

   C         C+9                            Dm
My heart is saying one thing but my body won't let go."

     F         G         F       C     Dm                    G
With trembling hands she reaches out a strangers's flesh is offered

   F       G      F       C     F       G              F      C
And I would be the last to know  I would be the last to let it show

F       G      F       C        Dm   G
I would be the last to go.


Take her hand she will lead you through the fire
oh, and give you back hope and  hope that you won't take too much
respecting what is left she cradled us she held us in her arms
unselfish in her suffering she could not understand that
no one seemed to have the time to cherish what was given
I would be the last...[and so on]

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