Defiance Ohio – Horizon Lines Volume And Infinity chords ver. 2
Chords: A, A/D*, F#m, E, De |0B |3 *It's kind of just a hammer-on the B string from an A chord. G |2 D |2 A |0 E |0 A A/D A A/D(x2)A A/D A A/DTo capture for a lifetime what in moments catches onA A/D F#m ETo put to paper what it was about that songF#m E A DHomemade magnetic tapes for all the people that you loveF#m E A D EFor purity, or bravery, or grace, or just because thatÂs what a heart doesDThe echoes encompassing us!A A/D A A/D (x2) F#m EA A/D A A/DI feel a strange prehension that is much bigger than meA A/D F#m EA shadow falls ahead so far I fail to seeF#m E A DAnd so at times IÂd like a map to what I cannot comprehendF#m E A DBut infinite cartographer, your trusted magic penA D ECan only ink against the edge of understanding!A D EYeah, you always draw me on along, questions compoundingA A/D A A/DBut family and friends their thoughts therein will interjectA A/D F#m E And, oh, to feel the strength in all the places they connectF#m E A DThereÂs timeÂs weÂve spoken cryptically and times weÂve been directF#m E A DSometimes we speak so cyclically, sometimes just hold our breath and seeA D Ethat presence sets the stage for conversation!A D EOr simply says what it must say with its intention!A A/D A A/D (x2) F#m EA A/D A A/DAnd so we start to feel we shouldnÂt be so scaredA A/D F#m DWe see this understanding as the only thing thatÂs thereF#m E A DThereÂs feelings you must overcome, and feelings you must use,F#m E A EAnd strengthened by a timeless love that you must never loseA D EItÂs born of ancestry and poetry and chemistry!A D EHorizon lines and volume and infinity!A A/D A A/D (x2) F#m EA A/D A A/DFor now we focus on whatever comes to mindA A/D F#m EA slow progression, though a tender one, we findF#m E A DThe sun against a face some hot Ohio afternoonF#m E A DA timeless sense of place among the relics in my roomA D EA low hanging amber melon of a moon.A D EWe can stop and sleep and plan the next day soon.E and end on A... P.S. This was my first... chording(?) of someone else's song, and it was fun. If someone wants to do the lead that isn't really lead since it's in the background, that'd be cool... you'd be a cool person... people would look at you and say, "Wow; that guy's cool! How cool that I got to see such a cool guy."