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This transcription is not my own work; it was contributed to the site by another Caedmon's Call fan.

I haven't had a lot of time for guitar recently, but this is one of several tabs that various nice people have sent me. I haven't reviewed or editted them, so no guarantees about accuracy, but I'm sure people will find them useful. If you have transcribed a Caedmon's Call or derek webb song that's not already on this site, please feel free to send it in to be shared here.

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Two Weeks in Africa - Caedmon's Call

Intro
E A E slide to A2 .. E A E slide to B2      X2

Verse 1 --
A2*						E A E slide to B2
Johannesburg to Capetown,
A2*						E A E slide to B2
the plane had barely touched down.
C#m       G#m          A                E
She was taking photos for the friends back home.
 C#m      G#m          A                 E
This was always where she felt her heart belonged.
F#m     A*         F#m     A*
She was finally here, the sky was bright and clear.

Chorus:
B*
(Two weeks....)
A*                 E
And we all can feel the calling,
B*
(Two weeks....)
A*                  E
to make the world a little smaller.
             C#m               B*
And so a girl got on a plane,
A*          B*     Intro Lick
for two weeks in Africa.

Verse 2 - Same as above
Johannesburg to Houston,
she came home on a mountain.
But school was starting, things kept moving on.
Before you knew it, seven years had gone.
She found a picture of her,
standing, smiling,
arms around the starving kids.
She swore not to forget,
she swore not to forget...

(Chorus)


Two Weeks in Africa - Caedmon's Call pg2

Bridge -
               A2*
And if we follow our dear sun
                                                  C#m  G#m
to where the stars are not familiar.
C#m                         G#m
Faces turn to numbers,
                  C#m
numbers fall like manna from the sky.
C#m
Why, oh why?
G#m
Oh Father, why?

Drum Break (4 bars)

Verse 3 -

One village in Malawi now has water running pure and clean.
One church alive in Kenya's full of truth and love and medicine.
We put the walls up, but Jesus keeps them standing.
He doesn't need us, but He lets us put our hands in.
So we can see, His love is bigger than you and me.

(Chorus X2)

Outro--

E A E slide to A2 .. E A E slide to B2
E A E slide to A2 .. E B2 A2 EE

E - 022100
A - 002220
A2 - 077600
B2 - 099800
A2* -- 077605
C#m - 446654 (bar)
G#m - 466444 (bar)
A* -- 577655 (bar)
B* -- 799877 (bar)

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