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Willy Deville - Across The Bordeline Chords

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Across The Bordeline Chords

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Willy Deville
                  
E
  There's a place where I've been told
A                 B     E    E
  Every street is paved with gold
E                C#m              B
  And it's just across the borderline
E
  And when it's time to take your turn
E                        A        F#m
  Here's one lesson that you must learn
          E/B                   B            E
You could lose more than you'll ever hope to find



         A/E       B/E A/E E
When you reach the bro-ken promised land
A                      E
 And every dream slips through your hands
            E                  C#m                  B
Then you'll know that it's too late to change your mind
              A/E      B/E   A/E E
'Cause you've paid the price to  come so far
A        B    Cdim C#m        A
 Just to wind up    where you are
           E/B         B               E
And you're still just across the borderline



E
  Up and down the Rio Grande
A                       B  E   E
  A thousand footprints in the sand
E                 C#m           B
  Reveal a secret no one can define
E
  The river flows on like a breath
E                A        F#m
  In between our life and death
        E/B               B               E
Tell me who's the next to cross the borderline



         A/E       B/E A/E E
When you reach the bro-ken promised land
A                      E
 And every dream slips through your hands
            E                  C#m                  B
Then you'll know that it's too late to change your mind
              A/E      B/E   A/E E
'Cause you've paid the price to  come so far
A        B    Cdim C#m        A
 Just to wind up    where you are
           E/B         B               E
And you're still just across the borderline            
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