Band of Horses - Marry Song Guitar Chords

Band of Horses

folk-pop, indie folk, indie pop, indie rock

Song versions: 1 2 3
Chords: G, D, C
[Intro]
G D C

[Intro/coda]
e|--------------------------|
B|--------------------------|
G|--------------------------|
D|--------------7-4---5-2---|
A|------------------5-----3-|
E|-3~~~~~~~~~~~~------------| 2x

[Verse]
G                         D         C
I'll marry my lover in a place to admire
        G                         D         C
I don't have to even ask her I can look in her eyes
        C                  G
And thank God that I am forgiven
        C
I thank all my friends
    D            C                G
To say I've been truer or they forgotten

[Verse]
G                   D        C
Marry my mind is to say the least
        G                    D         C
its been awful hard to just stand on my feet
        C                    G
I think I'll slow down if I am able
        C
I won't drown in the ocean
   D            C            G
Or starve in my place at the table

[Chorus]
       C                       G
Lucky ones are we all til it is over
      C           G
Everyone near and far
          C                  G
When you smile the sun it peaks through the clouds
       C                D          C           G 
Never die for always be around and around and around

[Bridge]
G                      D            C
How is your sister and what of your brother
G                     D          C
Extend hellos to your father and mother
            C                         G
What in the world would cause you any sorrow
                 C
Like tea in your loaf
              D                C        G
And see how I killed the wheel barrel I borrowed

[Chorus]
       C                       G
Lucky ones are we all til it is over
      C           G
Everyone near and far
          C                  G
When you smile the sun it peaks through the clouds
       C                D          C           G 
Never die for always be around and around and around

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