The Gaslight Anthem Antonia Jane chords
Gaslight Anthem's Brian Fallon, covering Lightning Dusts' 2007 "Antonia Jane". If you are playing in E Standard, please put the capo on the 2 (II) fret to play along, or if you are in D Standard to fit other Gaslight songs, please put the capo on 4 (IV). The C chord is played with the C note on the high E string. Intro: C Verse 1:CDid you ever come close to home?AmRiding the tide of the silver line,CMaybe dress them up in ribbons and bows,AmNever fall back into the one you love,CPick pocket lady with her mind on you,AmShe'll break a million hearts until she makes it through,F CBut I declare a war on you,G CSomeday soonInterlude: Am Verse 2:CHiding with the a poor disguise,AmLead down ditches on the side of the road,CBe careful you don't look too close,AmLazy head lions you'll get fed to the wolves,CSo rally up the soldiers there's a war to win,AmIf hearts can't be in line I can't let 'em in,FBut I would give it all for you,CSomeday soonGSomeday soonCSomeday soonVerse 3:CBury all the silver and gold,AmLead down ditches on the side of the road,CBury all the silver and gold,AmWe can walk to the top and lay down it all,CWhat happens when the feelings gone?AmIt's a love angel with the wings cut off,CSome the parents tell the children 'That's no way to live'AmSo we capture what we're after leave of the rest of them,F CAntonia Jane will rise againF CAnd Antonia Jane will rise againInterlude: (Tabs for this part is at the end of the tab- But I'll put the chords in here in case you just want to play them and/or can't play it) C, ?, Am, F, C, G Outro:CDid you ever come close to home?AmRiding the tide of the silver line,CMaybe dress them up in ribbon and bows,AmNever fall back into the one you love,F C GAntonia Jane will rise again.________________________________________________________________________________Tabs for the interlude:C:e|-0-0--0---0-----|B|-1-1--1---1-----|G|-0-0--0---0-----|D|-2-2--0h2-0h2---|A|-3-3--3---3-----|E|-0-0--0---0-----|This pattern is repeated for the A Minor shape too, but here the "Would-Be" A note is hammered.