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Ocean Colour Scene - The Clock Struck 15 Hours Ago Chords

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The Clock Struck 15 Hours Ago Chords

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                              Em                              D
And the clock struck 15 hours ago, it is shining
              Am                                     Em
And the man who is wasting on the wall

Looks a lot like Jesus
           D
And a little bit resembling 
        Am                                Em
The man in the mirror in the hall

           G
And I rose-trayed(?) sailors
D
And you still shining 
Am                                   C
And im still waiting not to go
          G
And I lied for sailors
          D
And I lied for certain
          Am                                C
And I lied to the only one who knows

    Em
I believe in god
          D
I believe in loving
         Am                                      Em
But I don’t speak to anyone who knows

                                         D
And I need four 50’s, and 3 yellow lemons
        Am                            Em
And someone to take me home
        G                       D
And I’d forgotten the one who is sailing
            Am                                          C
On the water beside where you don’t go
            G
And its strange to tell
        D 
The one who is shining
     Am                                    C                                    
Is someone I forgot I used to know
              Em              D             Em
And the clock struck 15 hours ago..

(Now Slam these next chords!!)

G,D,Am,C

G,D,Am,C

Em,D,Em
            
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