New Dawn Coming

Michael Timmins

[Am] Hold on honey, there's a [C] new dawn coming
and a [G] big bird to sweep you [Am] away.

Are you born yet? Are you listening?
Are you [C] sick of [G/B] staring at the [Am] walls?

Are you hungry? Are you angry?
Are you [C] wondering if there's [G/B] anyone at [Am] all?

Hold on honey there's a [C] new dawn coming
and a [G] big bird to sweep you away.
[Am] Keep on dreaming [C] soon there'll be a reason
to [G] see it through one more [Am] day.

Are you [Am] weary? Are you [Am] sinking?
Are you [C] tired of [G/B] holding up the [Am] walls?

Are you [Am] done with all your [Am] thinking?
Have you [C] found that there's [G/B] no one at [Am] all?

Hold on honey there's a [C] new dawn coming
and a [G] big bird to sweep you away.
[Am] Keep on dreaming [C] soon there'll be a reason
to [G] see it through one more [Am] day.

[A] Ain't got no answers here.
What I see is not clear.
Time to shake it around.
Turn my world upside down
and [C] watch as the [G/B] stars come un- [Am] hinged.

Hold on honey there's a [C] new dawn coming
and a [G] big bird to sweep you away.
[Am] Keep on dreaming [C] soon there'll be a reason
to [G] see it through one more day.

[Am] Hold on honey there's a [C] new dawn coming
and a [G] big bird to sweep us [Am] away.
Keep on dreaming [C] soon there'll be a reason
to [G] see it through one more day. [Am]

Tabbed by Brian Davies

bbkim's note: These chords don't sound quite right, but are as close as I can come. Brian's original transcription said his chord forms above were somewhat simplified, and that he thinks the opening chord is Dsus2/A = 557755. Maybe try playing it with a capo on the first fret?

 

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Last Update: July 8, 2004
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