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Coconut  Fever Ray

[G] [-] [Dsus2] [-] [A] [-] [G]  
Sounds like the notes below:

You can play the C or not in the progression. Also, Karen?s voice matches
a C, rather than the A-D progression; but, there is tons of layering.
[Dsus2]He came back one day and
Told me stories that I [(C)]now [A]dream [G]of
(Oh, oh, oh, oh)
[Dsus2]Open atmosphere
Take me anywhere[(C)]
[A]Take me there[G]
(Oh, oh, oh, oh)
[Dsus2]We have water mouth
Sand in pockets[(C)] and a [A]straine[G]d household
(Oh, oh, oh, oh)
[Dsus2]When the night falls
There is fire i[(C)]n the [A]bunga[G]low
[G]Lay [Dsus2]back wit[(C)]h a [A]big ci[G]gar
[G]Lay [Dsus2]back we [(C)]are [A]where we[G] are
[G]Lay [Dsus2]back wit[(C)]h a [A]big ci[G]gar
[G]Lay [Dsus2]back thi[(C)]s is [A]where w[G]e are
I also recommend drop-D tuning if you want to match the eery lowness of
Karen's voice. OR, a capo on the 2nd frets gives you the following chords:
G = F
Dsus2 = C
A = G

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