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Field of Daggers  House of Heroes

House of Heroes ? Field of Daggers
[Em]In this unending war,[G] I've lost so many brothers.
[C] The coldest hours come before [E]mo[-]rn[B]ing.
[Em]With every drop of blood, [D]Spilled in this field of daggers,
[C]Bring many sons of heaven to [B]glory. [Em]Until Your rains, O God,
[D]Bring forth Your colored beauty, [C]Confirm the hopes of nations in l[B]onging.
Pre-Chorus :
I see [Em]a new da[-]y coming.[Am] Maybe tomorrow.[D] Woe to the king of noth[C]ing.
Chorus :
I see [Em]a new day [-]coming! [Am]Maybe tomorrow..[D]. Woe to the king of nothing.
[Em] I see a clean blood running, [D]Brothers of sorrow. Here is your [C]kingdom coming!
[D]Here is your[-] kingdom com[G]ing![Em]
[Em]Spread wide Your wings, O God, [D]Relieve this scarlet fever,
[C]Catch every tear of mothers in [B]mourning.
[Em]Bring life to tired hopes, [D]Buried in fields of flowers,
[C]Bring many sons of battle to [B]glory. [Em]With every drop of blood,
[D]Caged in this tired body, [C]I long to bring my father to [B]glory.
Chorus :
[Em] I see a new day [D]coming! Maybe tomorrow... [D]Woe to the king of [C]nothing.
I see [Am]a clean blood running, Brothers of sorrow. [Am]Here is your kingdom coming!
[Em-D] Here is your kingdom coming![Em] [C](Who holds the key?)[B] O[C]oo[G]aa[D]hh[B] [C] [G] [D] [B] [C] [G]
Bridge :
[D] He was and [D]is. He is and is to co[C]me.
He was and [D]is. He is and is to co[C]me. He holds the ke[B]y.
 Solo : B B Am G G-Em Em Em Em Em G-Em Am-E B B-C C-G G Bm-E B C-G G Bm B C-G G Bm-E E E E


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