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G5 1She lifts her skirt up to her knees
D6 2Walks through the garden rows with her bare feet, laughing
G7 3I never learned to count my blessings
D8 4I choose instead to dwell in my disasters
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Bm9 6Walk on down the hill
F#10 7Through the grass grown tall and brown
G11 D12 8And still it's hard somehow to let go of my pain
Bm13 9On past the busted back
F#14 10Of this old and rusted Cadillac
G15 D16 11That sinks into this field collecting rain
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D17 A18 G19 Bm20 F#21 F#722 13Will I always feel this way
D23 A24 G25 Bm26 F#27 F#728 14So empty, so estranged
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G30 17Of these cutthroat busted sunsets,
D31 18These cold and damp white mornings I have grown weary
G32 19If through my cracked and dusty dimestore lips
D33 20I spoke these words out loud would no one hear me
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Bm34 22Lay your blouse across the chair
F#35 23Let fall the flowers from your hair
G36 D37 24And kiss me with that country mouth so plain
Bm38 25Outside the rain is tapping on the leaves
F#39 26To me it sounds like they're
G40 D41 27applauding us, the quiet love we make
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D42 A43 G44 Bm45 F#46 F#747 29Will I always feel this way
D48 A49 G50 Bm51 F#52 F#753 30So empty, so estranged
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Bm54 G55 D56 G57 D58 32
G59 33Well I looked my demons in the eyes
D60 34Laid bare my chest said do your best and destroy me
G61 35See I've been to hell and back so many times
D62 36I must admit you kind of bore me
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Bm63 38There's a lot of things that can kill a man
F#64 39There's a lot of ways to die
G65 D66 40Yes and some already dead who walk beside you
Bm67 41There's a lot of things I don't understand
F#68 42Why so many people lie
G69 D70 43Well it's the hurt you hide that fuels the fires inside you
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D71 A72 G73 Bm74 F#75 F#776 45Will I always feel this way
D77 A78 G79 Bm80 F#81 F#782 46So empty, so estranged
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