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07 October 2018

CHORDS: Gregory Alan Isakov – San Luis Piano & Ukulele Chord Progression and Tab

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This is the chord progression of San Luis by Gregory Alan Isakov on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar and Keyboard.

[Intro]
Em G C x2
G

[Verse]
Em                         G               C
Weightlessness, no gravity
G                                     C
Were we somewhere in-between

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[Chorus]
D*
I’m a ghost of you, you’re a ghost of me
Am             G             C     G    C    G
A bird’s-eye view of San Luis

[Interlude]
Em G C G C x2
G

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[Verse]
Em             G                         C
Oh, highway boys all sleeping in
Em                         G                                     C
With their dirty mouths and broken strings
D*
Oh, their eyes are shining like the sea
Am             G                         C
For you, the queen of San Luis
D*
I’m a ghost of you, you’re a ghost of me
Am                         G             C
A bird’s-eye view of San Luis

[Interlude]
Em G C G C x2
G

[Verse]
D*
Cutting through the avenues
C
I’d always find my way to you
Em                         G                         C
Beside the hook, the hammer lies
D*
Fumbling round in the smoke
C
Spending time chasing ghosts
Em                         G                         C
Hold me down, hold me down, child
Em                         G                         C
Hold me down, hold me down, child
Em             G                         C
California called you queen
Em                         G                       C
With your golden hair and magazine
C                         G                         C
Were you somewhere in-between
C                         G             C
Fast asleep, a flying dream

[Chorus]
D*
I’m a ghost of you, you’re a ghost of me
Am             G                         C
A bird’s-eye view of San Luis

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