Song: Spoken Wheel

Band: Flogging Molly
Composed By: Bob Schmidt, Bridget Regan, Dave King, Dennis Casey, George Schwindt, Matt Hensley, Nathen Maxwell

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																				Key of Bm, capo on two.

Am			Em
Your passin' broke the silence
        F	      G

On that dark October day
Am			Em
The sun was headin' for the west
	F              G

As it did I heard you say
Am			Em
I set my sail for a gentle breeze
	F		  G

Now I leave this world as it was meant to be
F		G	C	G	Am
And you, did you listen to anything I said?
F		G	Am
Did you ever listen to me?

Though now it seems you'll never know
But every lad to a man must grow
Till winter comes to celebrate
Then proudly chills the bone
When at last they bury me
Into this ground you'll someday see
And you, did you listen to anything I said?


F	G		C

Did you ever listen to me?


Though the face we wear

Sometimes seldom speaks

From the babe that cries

To this grown man's feet

May the hand still write

And its' heart shape keep
     F					Am
Till our fathers, sons and daughters agree

Am	G	F

      Am	    G	      F

So I will pave this road till glory
      Am	G      F

Sets our broken spirit free
      Am         G                 F 
From every cross-soaked nail pours endless rain
      C	       G        Am
With tears no eye should see
      Am          G             F

But they could fill our highest ocean
      Am       G       F

And the rivers in between
      Am	   	G			F

With every blade that flowers must grow then drown
C	G		E

With love our cruelest sea

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  • Within a Mile of Home

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Side One Dummy Song Duration on Album: 2:13 Album Duration: 52:08

    Release Date: September 14, 2004

    Moods: Passionate, Swaggering, Rowdy, Campy, Energetic, Exuberant, Lively, Playful, Quirky, Rambunctious, Raucous, Reflective, Rousing, Theatrical, Volatile, Confident, Freewheeling, Urgent, Ambitious, Fun, Rebellious, Stylish, Carefree, Indulgent

    Styles: Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Punk Revival, Punk-Pop

    Themes: Reminiscing, Drinking, Reflection, Guys Night Out, Hanging Out, TGIF

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