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Sarah Slean, So Many Miles Chords (ver.1)

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So Many Miles Chords (ver.1)

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                The Baroness (2008)

A
These feet have walked so many miles
And on so many continents
Still this heart is beating wild
As yet of no great consequence 
    D
but oh
                   F#m (add4 - drop the C# to B for the second 4 counts)
when the rhythm is right
          D        E
I catch a wind and fly

A
Far beyond these Paris nights
Into another consciousness
The fortune teller isn't right
It's scary but it's glorious
    D
And oh
            F#m (add4 - drop the C# to B for the second 4 counts)
I know this time
             D        E
I'll catch a wind and fly

D
So many miles
F#m
Those days are gone
D
You're still alive
F#
And after so,
D
So many miles
F# E    D  (upper notes - C#  B  A  Ab)
So many miles

A
I open up my weary eyes
To gaze upon the firmament
Again I'm under foreign skies
But longing's all that's permanent
    D
And oh
            F#m (add4 - drop the C# to B for the second 4 counts)
I know this time
             D        E
I'll catch a wind and fly

D
So many miles
F#m
Those days are gone
D
You're still alive
F#
And after so,
D
So many miles
F# E    D  (upper notes - C#  B  A  Ab)
So many miles

(For this part, I climb up on the bottom in octaves: B (upper: D  C# A  A), 
C# (D  C#  A), D (E ... D  C# A), E  (A  Ab))

    D
And oh
            F#m
I know this time
             D        E
I'll catch a wind and fly

D
So many miles
F#m
Those days are gone
D
You're still alive
F#
And after so,
D
So many miles
F# E    D  
So many miles

You're still alive
F#
And after so
D
So many miles
F# E    D  (upper notes - C#  B  A  Ab)
So many miles

D  (upper notes - C#  B  A  Ab)

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