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Casual Viewing Chords

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54-40
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                54-40

intro F to C x3
starts with roto-toms

 C 
What I'm really wanting,a brand new machine, one for converting

plastic to dreams
         G                           F
If you ride upon the tiger you can never get off
          C
Hey yah hungry

intro throughout second verse
 C
One thing is certain all the rest are lies
                                                  G
Beautiful and damned ones never realize that the dark is light enough                F
to see the ignorance of greed 
            C
still she cries

Chorus
C
come on ,come on get up I want to take you away from all of this and 

what has got you lost and feeling down
          G                               F   C
You just get it off your back and let it fly away


add sax to C note and fade

   C
Poetry in motion, I'm counting out the beats 

to hear a voice in every mind sounding out retreat 
         G                                 F
as they run they look behind to see what tempts the wandering eye
            C
still she cries

Chorus

Bass only in C with drums and small guitar solo and percusion

       C
The trouble with the life of the emperors new mind

casual viewin in spite of what gets left behind
               G                              F
gentlemen you may include me out and ladies please accept my bow
            C
still she cries

Chorus

This is my first attempt at a transcription. 
If what I have heard is different from your interprtation, 
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