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Yahweh  U2

[A]Take these [E]shoes [C#m]Click clacking down some [D]dead end street
[A]Take these [E]shoes And make them [C#m]fit           [D]
[A]Take this [E]shirt [C#m]Polyester white trash [D]made in nowhere
[A]Take this [E]shirt And make it [C#m]clean, [D]clean
[A]Take this [E]soul [C#m]Stranded in some [D]skin and bones
[A]Take this [E]soul And make it [C#m]sing               [D]

[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Yah[D]weh
[A] Always [E]pain before a [F#m]child is [D]born
[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Yah[D]weh
[A] Still I'm [E]waiting for the [A]dawn

[A]Take these [E]hands [C#m]Teach them what to [D]carry
[A]Take these [E]hands Don't make a [C#m]fist[D]
[A]Take this [E]mouth [C#m]So quick to [D]criticise
[A]Take this [E]mouth Give it a [C#m]kiss[D]


[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Yah[D]weh
[A] Always [E]pain before a [F#m]child is [D]born
[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Yah[D]weh
[A] Still I'm [E]waiting for the [A]dawn
Still waiting for the [F#m]dawn,[Em] the [F]sun is coming up [G]
The [A]sun is coming up on the [Em]ocean
This [F#m]love is like a drop in the [D]ocean
This [F#m]love is like a drop in the [D]ocean  [Bsus]

[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Yah[D]weh
[A] Always [E]pain before a [F#m]child is [D]born
[A] Yah[E]weh,[F#m] Tell[D]ma now
[A] Still I'm [E]waiting for the [A]dawn

[A]Oou-[E]oou-[F#m]oou-oo[D]u-oo
[A]Oou-[E]oou-[F#m]oou-oo[D]u-oo

[A]Take this [E]city A [C#m]city should be shining [D]on a hill
[A]Take this [E]city If it [C#m]be your will[D]
[A]What no man can [E]own, [C#m]no man can [D]take
[A]Take this [E]heart[A] Take this [E]heart[A] Take this [E]heart And make it [A]break

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Randy_Clarke (report)

I like the sound of this transposed up 3 semitones - the progression becomes C G Em F.