solar power chords lorde

Solar Power Guitar Chords

B: x24442;
A: x02220;
E: 022100;
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(VER)

B 
   I hate the winter
A 
   Can’t stand the cold
 
I  
E 
tend to cancel all the p
B 
lans
 
(So sorry, I can’t make it)
B 
   But when the heat comes
A 
   Something takes a hold
 
Can I  
E 
kick it? Yeah, I  
B 
can
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
My  
B 
cheeks in high colour
 
Overripe peaches
A 
   No shirt, no shoes, only my features
E 
   My boy behind me
 
He’s taking pictures  
B 
B 
   Lead the boys and girls onto the beaches
A 
   Come one, come all, I’ll tell you my secrets
E 
I’m kinda like a prettier Jesus
B 
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
 
Ahh ah-ah-ah-ah-ah  
A 
ahh
 
Forget all of thе  
E 
tears
 
That you’ve cried
 
It’s  
B 
ovеr (Over, over, over, over)
 
Ahh ah-ah-ah-ah-ah  
A 
ahh
 
It’s a new state of m
E 
ind
 
Are you coming, my baby?
B 

 

 
 
 
(VER)
 
B 
Acid 
 
green
B 
 
A 
  
 
Aquamarine
 
The  
E 
girls are dancing in the  
B 
sand
 
And I  
B 
throw my cellular device
 
In the  
A 
water
 
Can you  
E 
reach 
 
me?
 
No, you  
B 
can’t 
 
(Aha)
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
My  
B 
cheeks in high colour, overripe peaches
A 
   No shirt, no shoes, only my features
E 
   My boy behind me
 
He’s taking pictures  
B 
 
(He’s taking pictures)
 
B 
Lead the boys and girls onto the beaches
A 
   Come one, come all, I’ll tell you my secrets
E 
I’m kinda like a prettier Jesus
B 
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
 
Ahh ah-ah-ah-ah-ah  
A 
ahh
 
Turn it on in a n
E 
ew kind of bright
 
It’s s
B 
olar (Solar, solar)
 
Ahh ah-ah-ah-ah-ah  
A 
ahh
 
Come on and let the bliss b
E 
egin
 
Blink three times when you feel it kicking in
 
 
 
(OUTRO)
 
 
That  
B 
solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
p
B 
ower
B 
Solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
p
B 
ower
B 
Solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
p
B 
ower
 
B 
Solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
p
B 
ower
B 
Solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
p
B 
ower
B 
Solar-
A 
olar-
E 
olar 
 
power

 

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Solar Power is the single solo track sung by Lorde. Acoustic guitar played by Jack Antonoff.
Song based on B scale and played with 3 chords.

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