Damien Rice - Then Go Guitar Chords

Damien Rice

acoustic pop, folk-pop, indie folk, irish rock

Song versions: 1 2
Chords: Am, F, F#m, G, D, Dm, G#m, F#, E, Bm, Em
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                             THEN GO - Damien Rice
                          http://youtu.be/lNqbHxtN2-E
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==INTRO==

Am  Am  F  F#m
Am  Am  F  F#m


==VERSE==
              Am      G
Among the afflictions
                 F          F#m
With which I've been marked
              Am      G
I'm not so pretentious
               F       F#m
And not quite so dark


==CHORUS==
Am                       G            F     D
I get the feeling you're bored with me
Am                          G      D    
And not through habit or frequency
Am                          G      D
Did your mother have you easily?
Am                          G      D    
And if there's someplace else you'd rather be
     Am   G   F   Dm 
Then go
     Am   G   F   Dm 
Then go
     Am   G   F   Dm 
Then go
     Am   G   F   Dm 
Then go


==VERSE==
               Am      G
Among the intentions
            F        F#m
Which have been sought
               Am      G
Numbered and labelled
              F         F#m
But none of them bought


==CHORUS==
Am                       G            F#m     D
I get the feeling you're bored with me
Am                          G      D    
And not through habit or frequency
Am                          G      D
Did your mother have you easily?
Am                          G      D    
And if there's someplace else you'd rather be
     Am   G   F   F#m
Then go
     Am   G   F   F#m 
Then go
     Am   G   F   F#m 
Then go
     Am   G   F   F#m 
Then go


==BRIDGE==
             Am                      G#m            G      F#       
It seems so (?) a tree instead of blinding me with melted time
         F          E
Leaning over, it's only... oh...


==OUTRO==
Bm   D   G   Em
Then go... (fade out)

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