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Lighthouse Family
INTRO:

This is played with an electric guitar with distortion:

E|----------------------------------------------|
B|--4-2--2--2---4-2--2--2---4-2---2----2--------|
G|-1-----1--1--3-----3--3--6------6----6-1-1--1-|
D|------------------------------4----4----------|
A|----------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------|

Play the intro twice, the second time the following chords are strummed softly in the background:

C#  A#m  F#  C# 


Then when the singing starts strum like this:


  C#          A#m          F#         C#
I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
  C#           A#m           G#       
I wish I could break all the chains holding me
  C#           A#m         F#              C#
I wish I could say all the things I should say
        C#           A#m
Say ‘em loud say ‘em clear
        F#                  C#
For the whole wide world to hear


In the next part you can hear this in the background, keep picking it again and again:

E|--------------|
B|-----4--------|
G|---4----4---4-|
D|-6--------6---|
A|--------------|
E|--------------|

It only changes once, just after he sings “keep” in the line: “Remove all the bars that keep us apart”, then it goes:

E|--------------|
B|-----4--------|
G|---3----3---3-|
D|-6--------6---|
A|--------------|
E|--------------|

It goes like that twice and then carries on with the previous one again.


In the next part there is only singing but if you want to strum chords they are the same as the first part.

That little picking thing starts again when he sings “soar” in the line: “Well I’d soar”


In the next part the picking stops and the strumming comes back:

  C#          A#m          F#         C#
I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
  C#           A#m           G#
I wish I could break all the chains holding me
    C#           A#m         F#             C#
And wish I could say all the things I wanna say
    C#             A#m           F#                  C#
Say em loud say em clear for the whole wide world to hear
    C#             A#m           F#                  C#
Say em loud say em clear for the whole wide world to hear
    C#             A#m           F#             
Say em loud say em clear for the whole wide world to hear


Then there is a break where there is no singing, and a similar thing to the intro is played, it is hard to hear exactly how it goes but it is pretty much just the intro played twice again. 

When the singing starts again this is played again and again on the electric guitar with distortion:

E|--------|
B|-7p6--6-|<--the B|-6-| is strummed
G|-6----6-|       G|-6-|
D|--------|
A|--------|
E|--------|

Then when that stops it gets very noisy and you can’t really hear any guitar but you can keep strumming these chords if you like:

C#  A#m  F#  C#


OUTRO:

E|------------------------|
B|--4-2---2----2--2--2--2-|
G|-6------6----6--1--1--1-|
D|------4----4------------|
A|------------------------|
E|------------------------|

Play that 3 times and then play this:

E|---------------------|
B|--4-2---2----2-----2-|
G|-6------6----6----1--|
D|------4----4-----3---|
A|----------------4----|
E|---------------------|

And that’s it!


Playing with a capo

If you have a capo, you can make it much easier by putting on the 1st fret, then obviously you play C instead of C#, Am instead of A#m, F instead of F# and G instead of G#. Remember NOT to play the tabbed parts relative to the capo but just as they are.  

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