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Stornoway, The End Of The Movie Chords (ver.2)

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The End Of The Movie Chords (ver.2)

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                These are the chords off the live BBC Introducing video (I think its in a 
different key to the album version) but played without a capo, so the chord shapes 
are different but sounds the same.


Verse 1
 A       F#m
6am you left me for the last time,
 C#m             D
on my doorstep blinking in the sunshine.
 A                     F#m
Blamed and framed I'm frozen in the picture,
 C#m                      D
hanging in the space you left inside me.

Bridge

 Bm                          F#m
I climbed upstairs into the final scene,
 A                          E7
waiting for the credits to appear

Chorus
E7                                  A               D
for all the years that I've been starring (starring)
                                   A              D
starring in a film with you and leading (leading)
                                  A            F#m
leading with the star I knew but I'm waking up 
                   C#m                      D            E      A
in along beam of light where the dust is dancing as the music fades.

Verse 2
On my way out for the very last time,
off my doorstep straight into the sunshine.
Walking west and following the coastline,
looking for a sea change.

Bridge 2
        Bm                   F#m
Oh you led me here when the world began
          A                  C#m
and the breakers shook the moonlit sand.
          Bm                 F#m                 A            E7    
Saw your pale face shining through the spray and I was blown away,


Chorus again and then just combinations of these chords until the song ends.
I think it sounds about right, have fun!
            

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