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All Systems Red  Calexico

If anyone can figure out the riff in the second half that goes on in the
background, it'd be much appreciated.
1st half - C G D
2nd half - [G]B [D]D G G
F[G]elt a tremor stir beneath my br[D]eath
That forecasts storms on the gallup poll
[C]Woke up from the nightma[G]re news[D]
Hoping to read a sign in the morning air
[G]Nothing changes here and nothing improve[D]s
All say my friends who just want out
[C]And leave these [G]troubles behind[D]
Scatter like paper in the eye of the storm
Documented with a silenced note
That's only heard from far, far away
[G] [D]  
[C] [G] [D]  
[G]More cards in play, following su[D]it
Everywhere you look, you only see red
[C]Wonder when to c[G]all off the race[D]
Watching a horse running down its last legs
Just when you think it couldn't get much worse
Watch the numbers rise on the death toll
And the chimes of freedom flash and fade
Only heard from far, far away
[B] [D] [G]  
[B] [D]  
[G]I hear you can't trust in your o[B]wn
Now the grey is broken in the early morn
And the words forming barely have a voice
It's just your heart that's breaking without choice
Everything you've learned is distorted in your head
Bouncing off the walls, unraveling the thread
Staying up with the blue screen glow
Forgetting everything you ever dreamed years ago
When the dread is flowing down my veins
I want to tear it all down and build it up again
Tear it all and build it up again
Hear your heart that's breaking without choice
I want to hear those chimes ring again
Ring again

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