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Tv On The Radio, Stork And Owl Chords (ver.1)

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Stork And Owl Chords (ver.1)

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Faceless fall. From this. Life and ah. 
If you can't. See the stars. 
You've probably gone too far. 
Like the voice that cried.
On the lonesome tide. 
Like the wave was
the only love it ever saw. 

"What's this dying for"? 
Asks the Stork that soars. 
With the Owl. High above. 
Canyons mighty walls. 
Owl said "Death's a door, 
That love walks through. 
In and out. In and
out. 
Back and forth. Back and forth". 

Bm                     A
Turn from the fear. 
F#m                   G
Of the storms that might be. 
Oh let it free. 
That caged on fire thing. 
Oh hold its hands. 
It'll feel like lightening. 
Oh in your arms safe

Sky bends. The moon's dress's slung low,
slung low. 
Dogstar taught a dance. 
It goes, it goes, it goes, it goes, it goes, it goes, it goes. 
Arms out. Knees bend.
The motion flows. 
Like the soft. Open petals. 
Of a Jessica Rose. 

So Sirius. 
So it falls apart? 
Just reveals the perfect nothing. 
Of everything you are. 
Of everything we are! 

Candle of life. 
Lights the blights and bruises.
Oh lay it down. 
In the night. 
Let it soothe this. 
Oh hold its hands. 
And we'll know what truth is. 
Oh in its arms safe from the storms.    
            
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