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Uriah Heep, The Park Chords (ver.1)

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The Park Chords (ver.1)

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                The Park (Hensley)

          verse:
                  Dm
          Let me walk a while alone
                    Em                 Dm
          Among the sacred rocks and stones
           
          Let me look in vain belief
                    Em             Dm
          Upon the beauty of each leaf 

          F-C/E|Dm - - C|Dm - F-C/E|Dm - C|Dm.. 
 
          verse:
          There is green in ev'ry blade
          The tree tops lean providing shade
          MAples spin in happy song
          All nature's strength around

          F-C/E|Dm - - C|Dm - F-C/E|Dm - C|Dm.. 
 
          verse:
          And there's a horse that feels no pain
          It's iron strength to take the strain
          Children rock it to and from
          And gayly drink its colour glow

          Dm-Em-F  F - G-Am Am- G- F F -Em-Dm  
          Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah

          verse:
          Above, the sky, devoid of cloud
          Thinks not to cast a thunder shroud
          Upon this place so full of joy
          A field of gold at loves employ

          
          Dm-Em-F  F - G-Am Am- G- F F -Em-Dm  
          Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah

          (solo - can be added here later on request)


          verse:
                     Dm
          So why my heavy heart you say
                             Em               Dm
          When tears would stain, a sight so gay

          My brother's dream once here did soar
                    Em          Am               Dm      
          Until he died at the hand of needless war

          Dm-Em-F  F - G-Am Am- G- F F -Em-Dm  
          Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ah
            
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