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    Fields of Gold
    By Sting
     
    Capo 2
     
    Chord Guide
            231
    Am:   x02210
          134211
    F:    133211
           32 1
    C:    x32010
     
     
    Strum: D   D U   U D U
           1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
     
    / Am - - - / x8
     
    Am                           F
    You'll remember me when the west wind moves
                        C
    Upon the fields of barley
              Am                  F       C
    You'll forget the sun in his jealous sky
           F       G             Am
    As we walk in fields of gold
     
    / Am - - - / Am – F - / C - - - / - - - - /
     
    e--10---10-|--9-7--------------|----10---|--
    B----------|------10--8--10-10-|--8----7-|--
    F----------|-------------------|---------|--
     
            Am                   F
    So she took her love for to gaze awhile
                        C
    Upon the fields of barley
            Am                   F         C
    In his arms she fell as her hair come down
     F         G             C
    Among the fields of gold
     
              Am                   F
    Will you stay with me will you be my love
                         C
    Among the fields of barley
             Am                  F       C
    We'll forget the sun in his jealous sky
           F      G             Am
    As we lie in fields of gold
     
    / Am - - - / Am – F - / C - - - / - - - - /
     
    e--10---10-|--9-7--------------|----10---|--
    B----------|------10--8--10-10-|--8----7-|--
    F----------|-------------------|---------|--
     
            Am                     F
    See the west wind move like a lover so
                        C
    Upon the fields of barley
              Am                 F        C
    Feel her body rise when you kiss her mouth
     F         G              C
    Among the fields of gold
     
    F              C
    I never made promises lightly
    F                    C
    And there have been some that I've broken
    F                   C
    But I swear in the days still left
           F       G         C
    We'll walk in fields of gold
           F       G             C
    We'll walk in fields of gold
     
    { Guitar solo }
     
    e--10-9-7--------|--10-9-7-----------|---7---------------|-
    B----------10-10-|----------10-10/12-|------10-10--------|-
    F----------------|-------------------|------------7-9/11-|-
    C----------------|-------------------|-------------------|-
    G----------------|-------------------|-------------------|-
    E----------------|-------------------|-------------------|-
     
    e--10-9-7--------|--10-9-7---------|------------------|--
    B----------10-10-|----------10--10-|----7-8--7-7------|--
    F----------------|-----------------|--9-----------9-7-|--
    C----------------|-----------------|------------------|--
    G----------------|-----------------|------------------|--
    E----------------|-----------------|------------------|--
     
          Am                            F
    Many years have passed since those summer days
                         C
    Among the fields of barley
             Am                  F        C
    See the children run as the sun goes down
     F         G             C
    Among the fields of gold
     
             Am                  F
    You'll remember me when the west wind moves
                        C
    Upon the fields of barley
             Am                  F       C
    You can tell the sun in his jealous sky
             F         G             C
    When we walked in fields of gold
     
             F         G             C
    When we walked in fields of gold
             F         G
    When we walked in fields of gold
     

    / C – F - / x7

     

    End on C

     


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