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Alan Silvestri - A Hero Comes Home Tabs

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A Hero Comes Home Tabs

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Alan Silvestri
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                A Hero comes home Beowulf soundtrack
Capo on the 7th fret
(this song was actually played on a harp.)
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Just          wait, though wide he may    roam

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Al            ways,   a hero comes

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home.

He goes where no one has gone
But always a hero comes home

He knows of places unknown
Always a hero comes home

He goes where no one has gone
But always a hero comes home

outro (while singing "home"):
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