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M Ward - Lullaby + Exile Chords

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Lullaby + Exile Chords

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Lullaby & Exile

Standard Tuning. Not added the finger pick on A chords or solo guitar on intro, but easy to work out.

Intro: A, F#, D, E, A, F#, D, E

Verse:      A,           F#,           D,            E, A,        D,        
       Oh a trance, is a spell, with a thrill locked up inside it, try as
           E,       A,                  F#,             E,
       you might to fight it, love will get you, in the end

                    A,          F#,         D,         E,     A,   
       And then the sound, of a bell, could sound like angels crying, oh as 

       D,         E,   A,                     F#,            E,
       sunlight's multiplying, through virgin mary, in stain glass  

Bridge:         B,    Ab/B,  F#,                           B,   Ab/B 
       And then a lullaby on Broadway, could sound like an exile out 

          F#,                         D,             E,  
       on maine, oh when that curtain closes, you'll back on your seat 

Solo:  A, F#, D, E, A, D, E, A, F#, E 

Verse:              A,               F#,            D,    E, 
       And then the band, starts the ball, when the Chandelier starts 

       A,       D,          E,      A,               F#
       glowing, with or without you knowing, who the partner, what the 

       E,          A,          F#,          D,             E,   A, 
       dance, oh a trance is a spell with a thrill wrapped up inside it, 

           D,         E,       A,        D,                E,        A,
       and try as you might to fight it, love will get you in, love will 

               D,                    E,       A,  F,  D,  E,  A.
       get you in, love will get you in...the end.
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