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Borrowed Time chords

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Capo on 1st Fret

Intro Chords:
Am - F (x2)

Am
Thick as thieves the last of leaves
F
In the winter sun
Am
Holding fast this freezing branch
F
Is home to us

C                         F
Step, step right over the line
    E             C
and onto borrowed time
                               F
When it's life, not waiting to die
E
Waiting to divide to divide

Interlude: Am - F

Am
Counting stars and passing cars
       F
On the interstate
Am
The end is near I feel it dear,
         F
But I am not afraid

C                         F
Step, step right over the line
    E             C
And onto borrowed time
                               F
When it's life, not waiting to die
E
Waiting to divide to divide
Am                         F
But you say you're getting tired

You're tired and so am I
Am                     F
When you follow from behind

Interlude: C - F (x2)

C                         F
Step, step right over the line
    E             C
And onto borrowed time
                               F
When it's life, not waiting to die
E
Waiting to divide to divide

Interlude: C

Am                         F
But you say you're getting tired

You're tired and so am I
Am                   F
When you follow from behind...

Interlude: Am

            
            
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heyadelaide 10 Jun 20, 2008 08:54 PM

good tab, only sounds better to play w/o capo and use the bar chords, actually easier too because without the capo you use the same finger shape and just move up and down the fretboard

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