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Crystal Ship Chords (ver 3) - Doors


 
Crystal Ship Chords
           Fm          Cm
Before you slip into unconsciousness, 
    Bb            C#
I'd like to have another kiss
 F      Bb7      C      Bb F
Another flashing chance at bliss,
 Eb     F      Eb     F   C# Ab Eb C7 C7
another kiss, another kiss

Fm                   Cm
The days are bright, and filled with pain, 
  Bb               C#
enclose me in your gentle rain 
    F        Bb7     C   Bb F
The time you ran was too insane, 
      Eb    F           Eb    F (hold)
we'll meet again, we'll meet again

(Piano solo)
Fm Eb
Fm Eb
Fm C# Ab Eb
C7 C7

Fm                 Cm
Oh, tell me where your freedom lies, 
    Bb                      C#
the streets are fields that never die 
  F     Bb7     C  Bb   F
Deliver me from reasons why, 
      Eb     F        Eb     F (hold)
you'd rather cry, I'd rather fly

Fm              Cm
The crystal ship is being filled 
  Bb                C#
A thousand girls, a thousand thrills
  F       Bb7     C     Bb   F
A million ways to spend your time
     Eb     F          Eb     F (let ring out)
When we get back, I'll drop a line 
 
 
Doors - Crystal Ship Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Crystal Ship tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Crystal Ship Chords:

The Doors were an influential American rock band formed in 1965 in Los Angeles by vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, drummer John Densmore, and guitarist Robby Krieger. They were a controversial band, due mostly to Morrison's cryptic lyrics and unpredictable stage persona. The band dissolved in 1972, one year after Morrison's death in 1971. They have sold over 45 million albums in the US alone, and still sell approximately 1 million annually.

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