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Pilgrimage - Tied in Knots (Original Song)

mrknchls/Shwabadi on May 26, 2013 00:29

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Backing vocals and general supervisation - Redd
Everything else - Me at the last minute

Lyrics:
Capo 1

C F/C Am
I was young, when I lost my heart
F/C G C
The days were long, the nights were dark
C F/C Am
I gave it away, when I saw her face
F/C G C
But she did not spare her name

C F/C Am
I mourned for days, as if by her grave
F/C G C
I know not why, what was her name?
C F/C Am
Then my father came to the room where I lay
F/C G C
My tears went dry at the words he gave

F/C Am F/C C
Well go now son, on a pilgrimage then
F/C Am G C
When you find your heart you can come home again
F/C Am F/C C
But don’t you fret if you’re losing yourself
F/C Am G C
Call for me and I will run to help

C F/C Am
Feet are blue, from these busted shoes
F/C G C
Now my worn out soul matched these worn old boots
C F/C Am
Well my face went red, when I saw her again
F/C G C
When I found her there in the devil’s den

C F/C Am
And I knew her, but she knew not me
F/C G C
I had grown so rough in my travels you see
C F/C Am
Would it be better then, if she thought me dead?
F/C G C
Then I remembered words my Father said

F/C Am F/C C
He said go now son, on a pilgrimage then
F/C Am G C
When you find your heart you can come home again
F/C Am F/C C
But don’t you fret if you’re losing yourself
F/C Am G C
Call for me and I will run to help

C Am F/C C
He said go now son, on a pilgrimage then
F/C Am G C
When you find your heart you can come home again
F/C Am F/C C
But don’t you fret if you’re losing yourself
F/C Am G C
Call for me and I will run to help

Am C
So I went home, I was alone
G C
I rang the bell, the bell rang cold
Am C
I asked next door, why there was no reply
G C
That house is old, your father died

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