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Hallelujah Here She Comes Chords (ver.2)

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Hallelujah Here She Comes Chords (ver.2)

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                Hi everybody !
here is a great great song from our favorite band U2.
you can find it in the B-Faces of the 1980-1990 best of U2.
Unfortunately this song was played live only once : 1987-06-15 in Paris.
Let's play it !

Tune down 1/2 step (in Eb)


Intro : C    F


C
I see you're dressed to kill

F
I know I can't wait until

C            F  
Hallelujah...here she comes

I see you're dressed in black
I guess I'm not coming back
Hallelujah...here she comes

Chorus :

D
Born and raised
C
On the wrong side of town
D
You get so high
C
That you can't come down
(Yeah)

I see the road is rough
You know I'm not giving up
Hallelujah...here she comes

I know where the lady goes
I know she got a ring on her toes
Hallelujah...here she comes

Chorus :

Born and raised
On the wrong side of town
You get so high
That you can't come down

Bridge (Same chords as verse) :

I'm going higher, higher, higher
Higher, higher, higher
Higher, higher, higher
Higher, higher, higher
I'm gonna be there
When that light's gonna shine
I'm gonna be there
When her heart kindles next to mine
I'm gonna be...
Here she comes
Yeah here she comes

I see you're dressed to kill
I know I can't wait until
Hallelujah...here she comes

I see you're dressed in black
I guess I'm not coming back
Hallelujah...here she comes

Chorus :

Born and raised
In the wrong side of town
You get so high
You can't come down

I'm gonna be there
Higher, higher, higher
Gonna get higher, higher, higher
Gonna get higher, higher, higher
Higher, higher, higher...

I'm gonna be there
When that light's gonna shine
I'm gonna be there
When that light's gonna shine...

Hallelujah...here she comes
Here she comes...
            
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