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Low Rising Chords (ver.1)

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Low Rising Chords (ver.1)

The Swell Season
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                The Swell Season (Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova)

Standard Tuning

Chords: E, C#m, A, B, D

Verse 1:
E
I wanna sit you down and talk

I wanna pull back the veils
    C#m
And find out what it is I've done wrong
E
I wanna tear these curtains down
                           C#m
I want you to meet me somewhere

Tonight in this old tourist town

And we'll go

Chorus:
A    B    E
Low rising

'Cause we've gotta come up

We've gotta come up
A    B    E
Low rising

'Cause I fear we've had enough
A    B    E
Low rising

'Cause there's no further for us to fall
A    B    
Low rising
D                       E  C#m
Oh, for the love of you

Verse 2:
E
I wanna take you to the rock

I wanna jump right in
    C#m
And see what that big ocean's got
E
I wanna turn this thing around

I wanna drink with you
    C#m
All night, till we both fall down

Till we go

Chorus:
A    B    E
Low rising 

'Cause we've gotta come up

We've gotta come up
A    B     E
Low rising

'Cause there's no further for us to fall
A    B    E
Low rising

And I fear we've had enough
A    B    E
Low rising
D                       E   C#m
Oh, for the love of you

(Throughout the solo, just play the same chords in each of the verses- E & C#m)

Chorus:
A    B    E
Low rising

'Cause we've gotta come up

We've gotta come up
A    B    E
Low rising

And I fear we've had enough
A    B    E
Low rising

'Cause there's no further for us to fall
A    B
D
Oh
                    E
For the love of you
                   C#m
For the love of you
                       E
Low rising, low rising
                             C#m
I wanna sit you down and talk
                                           E
I wanna sit you down and talk about it now 

(Just keep playing thos chords until you end the song with an E)
            
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