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<code>Updated: the below is mostly correct, but I found that two changes will more closely match how John plays this song. First, tune everything down a whole step, so that normal E = D Second, change the "D" chord (actually B- (or with new tuning C#-) minor sus4 add6, I think) as follows: e--0 B--7 G--7 D--9 A--0 E--x This is my favorite Mountain Goats song, and I haven't seen it posted anywhere else. Enjoy. Historiography I don't know if it's the way Darnielle tuned it, or the Panasonic, but this song is played in kind of an off tuning. I just tabbed it in a normal key for convenience. Also, I think the first chord might technically be an inverted Bm, but I'm not sure, so I'm just calling it a D. Chords D Asus2 E B e---2----0----0----2---| B---3----0----0----4---| G---4----2----1----4---| D---0----2----2----4---| A--------0----2----2---| E-------------0--------| D Asus2 E D Asus2 E D Asus2 there was rain E D Asus2 there was wind E D Asus2 there was spring coming in E there was a feeling of approaching doom D Asus2 and i was happy to see you E it was cold in your room B you were warm Asus2 E and that's all i remember B and your arms were warm Asus2 E and that's all I remember later on near morning we were talking about nothing a little rain a little wind quiet cold cold air coming in and you were warm and that's all i remember and you arms were warm and that's all i remember and your eyes were pretty and that's all i remember and your hands were soft and that's all i remember and the hall was well lit as i walked down it and that's all i remember and the rain was light and it felt soft on my face and that's all i remember and the car was quiet inside and that's all i remember and it was dark when the sunlight was coming and that's all i remember Outro: play verse chords again </code>