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Blue Hour Chords (ver.1)

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Blue Hour Chords (ver.1)

Turin Brakes
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Turin Brakes – Blue Hour
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Tuning: Standard Tuning (EADGBe)

I really like this song, Olly puts some great effort in his vocals, i saw them
playing it live in amsterdam last week and i felt the sudden urge to tab this out :)


Chords:

   Dm   A   C   Bm  G  F#m  F
E|-1---0---0---2---3---2---1---
B|-3---2---1---3---3---2---1---
G|-2---2---0---4---4---2---2---
D|-0---2---2---4---5---4---3---
A|-0---0---3---2---5---4---3---
E|-x---x---x---2---3---2---1---


Intro: (guitar starts in at 0:30)

Dm A  x2


Verse 1:

Dm                   A
Oh let the sun be done,

        Dm                    A
Let the air wash the city clean.

Dm                     A
Oh let the blue hour come,



Chorus:

    C  Bm  A
For ev-ery-one,
    C  Bm  A        G        F#m      F      Dm  A
For ev-ery-one this song, we all need sun.



Verse 2:

Dm                        A
Pace of this place slowing down,

Dm                               A
Suits throw your phones to the ground.

     Dm                   A
With blue in your lungs begun,


Chorus:

    C  Bm  A
For ev-ery-one,
    C  Bm  A        G        F#m      F      Dm  A
For ev-ery-one this song, we all need some.



Verse 3:

Dm                    A
   Time to go fishing,

Dm        A
Reels screaming.

    Dm         A
For all wear souls,



Ending Chorus:

    C   Bm   A
The end-less song,

   
    C  Bm  A
For ev-ery-one,

    C  Bm  A       G       F#m      F
For ev-ery-one the sun, we all need sun.

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25/04/03 that’ll be all for blue hour, please feel free to contact me
            
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