Dawn

Dawn

"Dawn"


intro-riff: / a a e a a a e / x 4

/ Amaj7 / Am7 / D / E /


          Amaj7          Am7     D                                 Dm7
As the dawn begins break, I prod myself to see if Iím awake
           Amaj7      Am7     D                                     E
And the fawn of early day has let me know again that I can stay

             A                                    Esus               E
When I wake up in the morning after sleeping in the night
          G                 A                D      Hm
I can hear the echoes of the night before
         Dm                                    A                            Esus    E
And I only hope that I can hear some more when tomorrow comes

intro-riff: / a a e a a a e / x 4

/ Amaj7 / Am7 / D / E /


        Amaj7          Am7      D                                  Dm7
As the dawn begins break, I prod myself to see if Iím awake
         Amaj7          Am7   D                                     E
And the fawn of early day has let me know again that I can stay

             A                                   Esus               E
Then I wake up in the morning after sleeping in the night
          G                A                 D      Hm
I can hear the echoes of the night before
         Dm                                    A                           Esus    E
And I only hope that I can hear some more when tomorrow comes

           A                                   Esus                   E
When I get up in the morning after laying down all night
            G                   A                 D        Hm
When itís good then I can run for many miles
             Dm                                 A                        Esus   E
When itís bad then I can hardly raise a smile, and man I like to smile

          A                                       break! intro-riff x 2
When I get up in the morning

/ Amaj7 / Am7 / . . . . . . 
                         When the dawn begins to break 
 
                         When the dawn begins to break

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