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Genesis - The Chamber Of 32 Doors Chords

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The Chamber Of 32 Doors Chords

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                The Chamber of 32 Doors
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Key of A flat minor (Abm)

Chord  - Fingering  Chord Name       Scale position
Abm    - 466444     A flat minor     Root
Dbm    - x46654     D flat minor     IV
B      - x24442     B major          bIII
F#     - 244322     F sharp major    bVII
Ab     - 466544     A flat major     Root
Db     - x46664     D flat major     IV
Ab/dim - 4564xx     Aflat diminished Root
F#m    - 244222     F sharp minor    bVII
Dbsus4 - x46674     Db suspend 4th   IV
F#m7   - 244252     F# minor seventh bVII
Abm7   - 466474     Ab minor seventh Root

NOTE: The note after the chord name marks that the bass
note is different from the root note of the chord.
For example, "Abm/Eb" means this is still recognized
as an Abm chord, but the bass plays an Eb.


F#m/A    B    Dbm     Abm/Eb

Dbm  Abm/Eb   ]- 2x

Dbm  B    Dbm/E

Abm      B/F#     Dbm

Abm/Eb   F#/C#


At the top of the stairs, there's hundreds of people,
running around to all the doors.
They try to find, find themselves an audience;
their deductions need applause.

Dbm/E                  Ab/Eb
The rich man stands in front of me,
Abdim/D                Db
The poor man behind my back.
Dbm                    F#m/A
They believe they can control the game,
Ab              Dbsus4         Db
but the juggler holds another pack.


F#m7/Db                                  Db
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
F#m7/Db                                  Db
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

Abm7               F#                Db
I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman,
Abm7     F#                                   Db
You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
      Db    Db/F#   Db  Ab
He'll smile through his guard,
  Db   Db/F# Db     Ab
Survi- val   trains hard.
Abm7               F#                     Db
I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands,
Abm7               F#                     Db
He looks at you once, you know he understands,
      Db   Db/F# Db Ab
Don't need a-    ny shield,
            Db  Db/F# Db  Ab
When you're out in    the field.


    Dbm    Abm/Eb
But down   here,
       Dbm           Abm/Eb
I'm so alone with my fear,
          Dbm          Abm/Eb
With everything that I hear.
    Dbm   B/Eb   Dbm/E
And every single door

That I've walked through

Abm       B/F#       Dbm     Abm/Eb
Brings me back, back here again,
            F#/Db       Ab/Eb
I've got to find my own way.


The priest and the magician,
Singing all the chants that they have ever heard;
and they're all calling out my name,
Even academics, searching printed word.

Dbm/E                  Ab/Eb
My father to the left of me,
Abdim/D                Db
My mother to the right,
Dbm                    F#m/A
Like everyone else they're pointing
Ab                      Dbsus4    Db
But nowhere feels quite right.


F#m7/Db                                  Db
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.
F#m7/Db                                  Db
I need someone to believe in, someone to trust.

Abm7               F#                              Db
I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found,
Abm7               F#                      Db
There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound.
   Db    Db/F#  Db   Ab
If I     choose a    side,
         Db   Db/F# Db    Ab
He won't take me    for a ride.


Dbm  Abm/Eb
Back inside
                Dbm     Abm/Eb
This chamber of so many doors;
              Dbm        Abm/Eb
I've nowhere, nowhere to hide.
    Dbm      B/Eb      Dbm/E
I'd give you all of my dreams

If you'd help me,

Find a door
     B/F#            Dbm  Abm/Eb
That doesn't lead me back again
F#/Db      Ab/Eb
- take me away.

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