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On The Other Side Chords

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On The Other Side Chords

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                Vetiver - On The Other Side

Main guitar riff during the song:
C    D    8x

C     D           C    D
Look around, what do I see
C       D             C            D
Strange people with some place to be
C         D      C        D
Getting lost out in the crowd
C      D        C         D
Saying nothing, talking loud
C         D       C         D
Sounding nervous, act uptight
C         D        C         D
Boast the bully oh first to fight
C        D      C            D
See, to me that don't seem right
           C       D
I'm on the other side

C     D  3x

C          D       C        D
You know those who need to win
C    D                C       D
Keep pushing 'till the very end
C        D    C         D
I'll go easy, I'll step light
           C        D
I'm on the other side

C    D  3x

   C      D          C    D
No pressure, I don't worry
          C     D        C    D
I do what comes naturally
   C      D         C     D
No need to, rush or hurry
          C        D    C   D
That just ain't my speed
       C  D      C      D
I can wait, rock steady
   C      D          C    
Be ready when you are
D      B         E   E Eb D
Bon voyage, au revoir

Guitar solo

   C     D        C       D     C      D        C         D

   C       D       C        D         C   D       C         D

C     D           C           D
Far away from the maddening crowd
C        D       C      D
Grateful not to be so proud
C         D       C     D
and with patience as my guide
           C         D  C   D
I'm on the other side
           C         D  C   D
I'm on the other side

C   D for about 12 times until the fade out, played with variations on the main 
guitar riff of the song
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