Genesis The Chamber Of 32 Doors chords
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The Chamber of 32 Doors From the album "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" by Genesis Transcribed by August McAllister Running Time: 5:41 Key of A flat minor (Abm) Chord - Fingering Chord Name Scale position Abm - 466444 A flat minor Root Dbm - x46654 D flat minor IV B - x24442 B major bIII F# - 244322 F sharp major bVII Ab - 466544 A flat major Root Db - x46664 D flat major IV Ab/dim - 4564xx Aflat diminished Root F#m - 244222 F sharp minor bVII Dbsus4 - x46674 Db suspend 4th IV F#m7 - 244252 F# minor seventh bVII Abm7 - 466474 Ab minor seventh Root NOTE: The note after the chord name marks that the bass note is different from the root note of the chord. For example, "Abm/Eb" means this is still recognized as an Abm chord, but the bass plays an Eb. -------- INTRO F#m/A B Dbm Abm/Eb Dbm Abm/Eb ]- 2x Dbm B Dbm/E Abm B/F# Dbm Abm/Eb F#/C# -------- VERSE ONE Ab/Eb At the top of the stairs, there's hundreds of people, Dbm/E running around to all the doors. Ab/Eb They try to find, find themselves an audience; Dbm/E their deductions need applause. Dbm/E Ab/Eb The rich man stands in front of me, Abdim/D Db The poor man behind my back. Dbm F#m/A They believe they can control the game, Ab Dbsus4 Db but the juggler holds another pack. -------- BRIDGE F#m7/Db Db I need someone to believe in, someone to trust. F#m7/Db Db I need someone to believe in, someone to trust. Abm7 F# Db I'd rather trust a countryman than a townman, Abm7 F# Db You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can, Db Db/F# Db Ab He'll smile through his guard, Db Db/F# Db Ab Survi- val trains hard. Abm7 F# Db I'd rather trust a man who works with his hands, Abm7 F# Db He looks at you once, you know he understands, Db Db/F# Db Ab Don't need a- ny shield, Db Db/F# Db Ab When you're out in the field. -------- CHORUS Dbm Abm/Eb But down here, Dbm Abm/Eb I'm so alone with my fear, Dbm Abm/Eb With everything that I hear. Dbm B/Eb Dbm/E And every single door That I've walked through Abm B/F# Dbm Abm/Eb Brings me back, back here again, F#/Db Ab/Eb I've got to find my own way. -------- VERSE TWO Ab/Eb The priest and the magician, Dbm/E Singing all the chants that they have ever heard; Ab/Eb and they're all calling out my name, Dbm/E Even academics, searching printed word. Dbm/E Ab/Eb My father to the left of me, Abdim/D Db My mother to the right, Dbm F#m/A Like everyone else they're pointing Ab Dbsus4 Db But nowhere feels quite right. -------- BRIDGE F#m7/Db Db I need someone to believe in, someone to trust. F#m7/Db Db I need someone to believe in, someone to trust. Abm7 F# Db I'd rather trust a man who doesn't shout what he's found, Abm7 F# Db There's no need to sell if you're homeward bound. Db Db/F# Db Ab If I choose a side, Db Db/F# Db Ab He won't take me for a ride. -------- CHORUS Dbm Abm/Eb Back inside Dbm Abm/Eb This chamber of so many doors; Dbm Abm/Eb I've nowhere, nowhere to hide. Dbm B/Eb Dbm/E I'd give you all of my dreams If you'd help me, Abm Find a door B/F# Dbm Abm/Eb That doesn't lead me back again F#/Db Ab/Eb - take me away. END.