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Artist: James Vincent Mcmorrow Album: Early in the morning Song: We Don't Eat Tuning: Normal I play this with a capo on 5 only because its much easier to sing! Capo placement is up to yourself. Chords seem to be perfect, only issue is the bridge, I'm not 100% sure if they are correct, but still sounds fine. Great Tune, easy to play, enjoy! Intro: G C G VERSE 1 G C G if this is redemption, why do i bother at all G C G theres nothing to mention, and nothing has changed C C C EM still id rather be working at something, than praying for the rain C C G so i wander on, till someone else is saved G C G i moved to the coast, under a mountain G C G swam in the ocean, slept on my own C C C EM at dawn i would watch the sun, cut ribbons through the bay C C EM id remember all, the things my mother wrote Chorus EM C G that we dont eat until your fathers at the table EM C G we dont drink until the devils turned to dust C D EM never once has any man ive met been able to love C C G so if i were you, id have a little trust VERSE 2 G C G two thousand years, ive been in that water G C G two thousand years, sunk like a stone C C EM desperately reaching for nets that the fishermen have thrown C C G trying to find, a little bit of hope G C G me i was holding, all of my secrets soft and hid G C G pages were folded, then there was nothing at all C C EM so if in the future i might, need myself a saviour C C G i'll remember what was, written on that wall CHORUS BRIDGE C D am i an honest man and true D EM have i been good to you at all EM C oh im so tired of playing these games C wed just be running down D D the same old lines, the same old stories of C D breathless trains and, worn down glories C D houses burning, worlds that turn on their own chorus EM C G that we dont eat until your fathers at the table EM C G we dont drink until the devils turned to dust C D EM never once has any man ive met been able to love C C so if i were you my friend C C G learn to have just a, little bit of trust. Matt Creighton