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Dover - Serenade Tabs

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Serenade Tabs

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                Dover - Serenade

Verse 1:
Fm                             C
And I relate to my best friend, she would advice me
Fm                    C
she broke our code and she put on her jacket
Fm              Bbm                   Fm
now it scares me because she's really gone
Bbm        Fm                 Bbm        D#    C# /
D#                     
ooooooooooh ooooooohhhhhhhhhh oooohhhhhhhhhhh ............

Verse 2:
Fm                             C
And I relate to my best friend, do you remember?
Fm                    C
she was so young and now that we're burning
Fm             Bbm                   Fm
they're scared because she's really gone
Bbm        Fm                 Bbm        D#    C# /
D#                     
ooooooooooh ooooooohhhhhhhhhh oooohhhhhhhhhhh ............

Bridge:

Guitar 2 plays Riff 1 during the Bridge
Riff 1:

B---|--7--7--7\-5--7--7--5\-7\-9^(10)--------------------------------
G---|----------------------------------------------------------------
D---|--4--4--4\-2--4--4--2\-4\-6^(7)---------------------------------


Guitar 1 --> Fm        C#      G#     D#
And if it's going to be my destiny
         Fm        C#      G#     D#
I don't want to wait till it comes to me
        Fm        C#      G#     D#
I will work so hard my hands will hurt
        Fm        C#      G#     D#
I will pay for my sins, if so in hell

Chorus:
G#      D#  F#m 
Serenade, Serenade me
C#                   D#        G#  D#     
They say I'm dry but I'm just sick
G#      D#  F#m 
Serenade, Serenade me
C#                   D#        G#  D#     
They say I'm cold but I'm just sick
            
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