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<code> sudden oak death --mike woj i'm playing this with mostly power chords. otherwise Ebm=Eb5, Fm=F5, C#m=C#5. Eb B F# F A Ebm B lose a little feeling in my fingers F# Fm A gain an edge of panic in my face Ebm B search for some sign to tell me just how long I've been here F# Fm A overturn the place Ebm B feels like each time my efforts fail F# Fm A the whole hillsides disapprove Ebm B feel like a man whose veins have frozen overnight F# Fm A lying there, trying to move Ebm C#m yeah when the crack sounds in the wood B Ebm you will know that I'm down for good. Ebm C#m when the crack sounds in the wood B C#m Ebm you will know, old friend, that I'm down for good. I want to try to stand my ground, dig my heels into the hills. hope someone will come to right my balance no one will. feels like when I try to stretch my legs everyone around me's trying too so ready just to fall down, just to fall down and to stay down. I don't wanna spoil the view. yeah when the crack sounds in the wood you will know that I'm down for good. when the crack sounds in the wood you will know, old friend, that I'm down for good. </code>

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