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Acorde de The Sounds Are Always Begging - Bonnie Prince Billy

Letra de The Sounds Are Always Begging



capo 3rd

chords: C F G(open E-String) Em



intro C



(C)Wild guitars came from forests; plainly, woodsmen share a (F) calling. Flailing (G )

form a chorus: (Em) harmonies of arbors (F) falling (G). And they play, (C) say Con-

way, (G) and ring, my (C) girl sing, (Em) and plead and beg and (F) plead and beg and

and beg and (G) plead and beg to be (C) heard and had and (G) carried (F) on. Without

us, song is (C) nothing.



My wife turned (C) crazy on me one day; started chopping up the (F) bed. Looked past (G)

with gaping eyes. (Em) Left me too hard to be (F) scared. (G) She left, but (C) circled

yard. All night she haunted the (F) home. The kids went (G) crazy, life was hard. (Em)

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sounds of rings: (F) (G) boom. And they play, (C) say Con- (F)way, (G) and ring, my

girl sing, (Em) and plead and beg and (F) plead and beg and plead and beg and (G)plead

beg to be (C) heard and had and (Em) carried (F) on. Without (G) us, song is (C) nothing.



(solo)



I taught the (Em) children to play piano, singing with sweet (F) voice. Music (Em) kept

mom away. Melody fostered (F) choice, (G) and choice brought (C) us these days we have,

choice brought us to our (F) rejoicing. Always (G) choose the noise of music.(Em)

end the day (F) in sing- (G)ing! And they (C) play, dont (F) they? (G) And ring, and

everthing! (Em) And bounce and boil and (F) bounce and boil and bounce and boil, and (G)

and beg to be (C) heard and had and (Em) carried (F) on. Without (G) us, song is (C) nothing.





Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: The Wonder Show Of The World

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