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Death Cab For Cutie - Marching Bands Of Manhattan Chords

0Verse:
C0                   G1
1If I could open my arms
Dm2                            Am3
2And span the length of the isle of Manhattan,
C4                          G5
3I'd bring it to where you are
Dm6                     Am7
4Making a lake of the East River and Hudson
C8                       G9
5And if I could open my mouth
Dm10                  Am11
6Wide enough for a marching band to march out of
C12                          G13
7They would make your name sing
Dm14                             Am15
8And bend through alleys and bounce off other buildings.
9
10Interlude:
    C16   Am17   C18   G19
    C20   Am21   C22   G23
11
12Verse:
C24                         G25
13I wish we could open our eyes
Dm26                 Am27
14To see in all directions at the same time
C28                    G29
15Oh what a beautiful view
Dm30                  Am31
16If you were never aware of what was around you
C32                        G33
17And it is true what you said
Dm34                  Am35
18That I live like a hermit in my own head
C36                        G37
19But when the sun shines again
Dm38                            Am39
20I'll pull the curtains and blinds to let the light in.
21
22Chorus:
F40                     Am41
23Sorrow drips into your heart through a pinhole
C42                            G43
24Just like a faucet that leaks and there is comfort in the sound
F44                     Am45
25But while you debate half empty or half full
C46               G47
26It slowly rises, your love is gonna drown
27
28Outro:
F48      Am49      C50      G51
29                         Your love is gonna drown
F52      Am53      C54      G55                       -F56 -
30                         Your love is gonna...

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