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Edenbridge - Centennial Legend Chords

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Centennial Legend Chords

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                Edenbridge - Centennial Legend

intro: 
Em, D, C
Em, D, Em

verse: 
Em, D6
B7, Em, C, D
Em, D, C, G
D, Em, B7, D6

G, D, G, D  
C, D, C, D  
G, D, G, D  
C, D, C, B7 

chorus: 
G, Em, C, D
G, Em, Bm, D, B7
Em, C, G, D
Em, C, G, B7
Em, D, C, D, E

bridge: 
C, Bm, Em, D, C
Bm, Em, D, G
F#, B

end:
Em, D, C
Em, B7, Em

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Em, D, C, Em, D, Em

Em 
                      D6           B7
He was named nineteenhundred 'TD' 
                     Em        C  D  Em
in the ship`s belly lies his cradle 
                D       C        G
had no birthday and no land of home
    D              Em 
the ocean has no bounds
            B7   D6  G
virginian sounds 

                   D               G
and he faced the world from inside 
                    D           C
the ball-room of splendid skies 
             D         C
and on the grand piano 
                    D          G
his hands light as butterflies 
                   D                    G
he played for the rich and for the poor 
               D            C
thrilling the hearts of all 
                      D                  C
the world could have been beneath his feet
                B7 
searching the call
                   Em 
the voice of the sea 

                D6           B7
old chandelier tells a story
                Em     C   D   Em 
old piano still echoes in here 
               D     C        G
old ship lies rusted in the port
         D                Em 
and the best years fade away
                    B7  D6  G 
the splendour has gone 

              D                  G
not what he saw could hold him back
                D         C 
it was what he didn`t see 
             D                C
there was no end in this town 
          D       G
keys so eternally 
              D          G
but this was god`s piano 
                 D            C
he heard on the gangway there 
              D           C
he couldn`t leave forever 
                  B7
the sea to somewhere
 
G            
bow and stern
Em                  C 
all the wishes between
  D         G 
(wishes to yearn) 
     Em                   Bm
the world outside is a dream
    D           B7         Em 
(a lone dream, lone dream) 
               C                   G
and when the whole world`s leaving 
               D           Em
the music will always stay 
           C               G
and if a story`s worth to tell
                 B7  
the end will be far away
     Em    D         C      D       E    C
the final notes lie mute upon the sand
 
                 Bm  
when land is a ship too big
   Em   D        C    Bm 
a woman out of reach 
               Em
a journey too far
    D          G 
a whiff too strong
            F#         B 
he didn`t exist for anyone 

(B), Abm, E, F#, B, Abm, Ebm, F#, B?, 
Abm, E, B, F#, Abm, E, B, Eb, Abm, E, C#?, F#

G            
bow and stern
Em                  C 
all the wishes between
  D         G 
(wishes to yearn) 
     Em                   Bm
the world outside is a dream
    D           B7         Em 
(a lone dream, lone dream) 
               C                   G
and when the whole world`s leaving 
               D           Em
the music will always stay 
           C               G
and if a story`s worth to tell
                 B7  
the end will be far away
     Em    D         C      D       E    C
the final notes lie mute upon the sand

Em           D       C
and in this lonesome end
       Em        B7        Em
final notes lie mute upon sand..
            
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