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Oasis - Cast No Shadow Chords

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Cast No Shadow Chords

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                Cast No Shadow
Oasis.
(What's the Story) Morning Glory?

Chords used:

Asus4	(x02230)
G	(3x0033)
Em	(022000)
D	(xx0232)
C	(x32010)

[NOTE: The official tab book for this album uses the chord Asus4 (x02230) 
for this song, but to me, it sounds a whole lot like A7sus4 (x02030). Try 
it out yourself and see what you think!!]

Intro: Asus4  G  Asus4  G

Verse 1
-------
Asus4
Here's a thought for every man who tries to understand
	       G
what is in his hands  (what's in his hands)
   Asus4
He walks along the open road of love and life
                G
surviving if he can   (only if he can)

[low "E" string: play G-note, then 
F# for the transition between verse & prechorus]

Pre-Chorus
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Em		   D                 C                 G
Bound with all the weight of all the words he tried to say
Em		   D   	 	  C		  G
Chained to all the places that he never wished to stay
Em		   D		     C		       G
Bound with all the weight of all the words he tried to say
Em              D      C		
As he faced the sun he cast no shadow


Chorus
------
G                  Asus4	       C               Em-D
  As they took his soul they stole his pride  (pride)
  As they took his soul they stole his pride  (pride)
  As they took his soul they stole his pride  (pride)
Em    	 	D      C
As he faced the sun he cast no shadow    

Musical Interlude: [bass fill] then  Asus4   G   Asus4   G

[VERSE 1 AGAIN]

[PRE-CHORUS AGAIN]

As they took his soul they stole his pride (x3)

As he faced the sun he cast no shadow (x4)
            
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