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Toad The Wet Sprocket
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                (This doesn't *seem* to be difficult, but I'm posting this in hopes
 of others [David S., Ryan H.] finding any needed changes, capoing it 
 where need be or adding some tab to it.  Any help appreciated {I like 
 this song}.)


"Begin" Toad the Wet Sprocket (from the album "Dulcinea")


Intro: Am Dm E

Am                     Dm
Are you given vision?  Are you second sight?
E			Am    (bass A, B, C, D)
Are you older than your life?
Am
Eighty days of sorrow 
Dm
Endless more in sight
E                    Am
Still you child burn bright

        Dm     E       Am
And you see me crying again
        Dm       E           Am
And you hold out your little hand
        Dm      E      Am
Lead me shaking to his room
              Dm    E   Am
I thought I'd never see again


Close the door behind you
Turning out the light
Press a flashlight up against the wall
You say: "This is how we knew him, in a little egg"
"It opened up and this is daddy now."


Now you're stepping back towards me
Til the room is bathing in light
And the answer there before me
           Dm     E       A
There's no ending when we die


Dm E Am


Are you sleeping here beside me
Are you shining bright as the sky
Are you breathing now inside me
There's no ending when we die





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