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guitar* requires capo on f (1st fret) Intro

F-c:
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) F-c*
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) F*

I am standing in your c (open 1/2) corridor* Bb
(open 1/2) I* wonder what I am f waiting for The
leaves are drifting c (open 1/2) out* to sea Bb
(open 1/2) I'm* waiting for you f desperately Chorus

Bb:
all things beautiful G
all things beautiful I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*You

call us with your silent seas You
call us in our tiny boats Gather
us in with the storm And
cast us out upon the shore Chorus

Break

F-c:
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) F-c*
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) Bb-g*
F-c
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) F-c*
(open 1/2) -bb*(open 1/2) You*

are deep inside this fecund swamp Or
let it be your beating heart You're
deep inside this fecund swamp You
call us in our tiny boats Chorus

I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*I
want f e-c (open 1/2) -v'ry-bb*(open 1/2) -thing*f



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