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Frank Black and the Catholics

St Francis Dam Disaster(Chords)

Frank Black and the Catholics

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Key: Em
Em C                        G 
     There was a well known water master man 
Em C            G  F 
     He was the king 
Em            D    G 
  He could do anything 

Em C                 G 
     The St. Francis dam disaster, man 
Em C                     G  F 
     Thought she was all right 
Em       D        G 
  Until around midnight 


 
Em F C Because that water seeks her own D Em She had a desire to flow She was looking for somewhere to go
Riff D

Verse 2:

Em C G She was a slave to the great metropolis Em C G F She was feeling choked Em D G She pushed the wall till it broke Em C G When they heard the great apocalypse Em C G F At powerhouse number 2 Em D G Well, there was nothing they could do
Em F C Because that water seeks her own D Em Five and one half hours she would flow She had 53 miles to go
Riff D Instrumental Em C G Em C G F Em D G

Verse 1:

Em C G A cascade down to Santa Clara way Em C G F Near 60 feet high Em D G Now she's a mile wide Em C G It was clear she was going far away Em C G F And whole towns were, too Em D G A few got lucky in Piru
Em F C Because that water seeks her own D Em But four more hours she would flow She had 29 miles more to go
Riff D Instrumental Em C G Em C G F Em D G Em C G She carried in her every kind of thing Em C G F House, tree, and telegraph pole Em D G Some say a thousand souls Em C G At 3 A.M. she gave Santa Paula a ring Em C G F She was still 25 feet high Em D G Under a peaceful sky
Em F C Because that water seeks her own D Em But two more hours she would flow She had 19 miles more to go
Verse 5 C G It was a real bad night in little Saticoy C G El Rio, then Montalvo Em D G How many, no one really knows Em C G Ventura Beach was very scary, boy Em C G F Humanity a-pile Em D G She went a final mile
Em F C Because that water seeks her own D Into the sea the water flowed Em Now forever she would go
Instrumental Em C G Em C G F Em D G Em C G Em C G F Em D G Outro Em C G Em C G F Em
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