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You Always Hurt The One You Love Chords

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    C      Cmaj7              Am
You always hurt the one you love.
    C                         F
The one you shouldn't hurt at all.
F                G7
You always take the sweetest rose.
              G7                 C 
And crush it, until the petals fall.

 
    C        Cmaj7             F
You always break the kindest hearts.
     Dm7                       G7
With a hasty word you can't recall.
 C                Cmaj7          F
So if I broke your heart last night,
      Dm7           G7           C
It's because I love you most of all.

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indigoturtles wrote on May 4 2013, 12:34 pm

what's the strum pattern?

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