Charles Manson - Loves Death Guitar Chords

Chords: Bm, Am, G, C
Family Jams - Loves Death
Tuning: Full Step Down

I find it best to play all chords and barr chords starting on the E string.

lyrics are horribly incorrect in places.

Bm                    Am 
Colder than where the cold comes from
        Bm          Am 
It's as bright as a burning sun
     Bm              Am 
Much hotter than the valley of death
   G                          Bm 
It makes your heart heat It's called love's breath

Bm              Am 
Faster than the wind in the night
     Bm               Am 
It's darker than dark shadows in bright light
     Bm              Am 
Much deeper than the Devil's Hole
G                    Bm 
One quick glance and you know it's so

The fires are burning
As the hearts of all the men
The world keeps turning
Calling 'come on in'

Bm                Am 
Quicker than quicksilver on the hand
     Bm                   Am 
It's fast disappearing as water on the sand
     Bm                       Am 
It's coming, it's coming It's coming through the land
     G              Bm 
It's calling love's death 
G              Bm 
Calling love's death

The fires are burning
As the night turns the world to day
The world keeps turning
As love's children come to play

     Bm              Am 
Your love has always been your slave
Bm                 Am 
Knowing what is to be true
        Bm                Am 
Come on now, it's calling time up from the grave
G                   Bm 
Come on, love, it's you
G               Bm 
Come on, love's death

Am                                  Bm 
    Take the children to the desert land
    Am                               Bm 
The power, the power's lying in your hand
         Am                                   Bm 
And your awareness will spread, spread like a fan
C               Bm 
Rise, rise from your grave, land

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