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Gold Rush Chords (ver.1)

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Gold Rush Chords (ver.1)

The Bridgeheads
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Intro :

e ---------------------------------------|
b ---------------------------------------|
G -3-3-333-4-4-4-4---3-3-333-4-4-4-4-----|
D -2-2-202-2-2-2-2---2-2-202-2-2-2-2-----|
A ---------------------------------------|
E ---------------------------------------|


Verse :

E      G        E       G  
   my legs are wading in the 
E        G       E      G          
snow i sense a calm before a 
 F#m    G    Bm    A     
storm
 F#m    G


Verse 2 :

E   G      E       G
 i dug the cave to hide from 
E        G           E      G
wolves it reminds me of the boy i 
F#m    G    Bm    A
was              a long 
F#m    G    Bm    A
ago     


Chorus :

    F#m      G          Bm      A
i'll go some place that no one knows
             F#m      G               Bm       A
where there ain't no gold where there ain't no wars 
   F#m    G    Bm    A
it has to be 
   F#m       G    Bm    A               E    G
a place like this         a place like this


Verse 3 :
E        G        E              G      E
you can't see the forest because of the trees
E            G        E   G   F#m    G    Bm    A
when friends are becoming enemies
(A)        F#m    G    Bm    A
need i say more? 


Chorus 2 :

    F#m      G          Bm      A
i'll go some place that no one knows
  F#m     G        Bm       A
a picture worth of thousand words
   F#m    G    Bm    A
it has to be 
  F#m        G    Bm    A
a place like this 


Chorus 3 (chords as Chorus)

     F#m     G          Bm     A
i'll go some place that no one knows
            F#m      G               Bm       A
where there ain't no bad where there ain't no worse
   F#m    G    Bm    A
it has to be 
  F#m        G    Bm    A
a place like this


Outro:
E,G
            
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