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St Stephens Cross Chords (ver.1)

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St Stephens Cross Chords (ver.1)

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                A                                        D             A
He was there the night the wall came down.
A                          F#m       D
He lost her in the endless crowd,
Bm                 E          A            D
In the shadow of St. Stephen's cross.
A                                 D          A
He sent cries aloft for his fellow man,
A                           F#m          D
His fingers slipping from her hand,
Bm                  E           A          D
The rain clouds prowling overhead.

A                                      D              A
She was there the night the wall came down.
A                          F#m       D
She faded into that newborn crowd
Bm                 E          A            D
Like a warning of what could be lost.
A                                      D              A
Through the perforated night she ran,
A                          F#m       D
Her fingers slipping from his hand
Bm                  E         
And she breathed in freedom
             A          D
Before daylight tread.

A                                      D              A
They were there the night the wall was drowned
A                          F#m       D
In the surging of that tidal crowd
Bm                 E          
An old world made new
           A            D
On the same holy ground.
A                                      D          A
She found him standing, looking lost
A                          F#m       D
In the shadow of St. Stephen's cross,
Bm                       E             A          D
And he closed his eyes and heard no sound
Bm                       E           A          D
But her breathing warm against his mouth.
            
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