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Overjoyed Chords

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I AM ISABEL AND I HOPE THIS IS ACCURATE ENOUGH. I JUST DID THIS OF KATE MCGILL'S 
COVER. ~!~bastille~!~


C#m     B    A
   oh i feel overjoyed
C#m         B           A     E
   when you listen to my words
C#m     B      A
    i see them sinking in
C#m       B                A                        E
    oh i see them crawling underneath your skin


B                C#m
words are all we have
A
we'll be talking
E
we'll be talking
B                      C#m
these words are all we have
A               E
we'll be talking

A                             E             C#m B
and i hear you calling in the dead of night
A                             E            C#m B
oh i hear you calling in the dead of night

C#m     B            A
   you lean towards despair
C#m     B          A     E
   any given opportunity
C#m     B               A
    but what is there to gain?
C#m             B               A            E
   when you're always falling off the fence that way.

B                C#m
words are all we have
A
we'll be talking
E
we'll be talking
B                      C#m
these words are all we have
A               E
we'll be talking

A                             E             C#m B
and i hear you calling in the dead of night
A                             E            C#m B
oh i hear you calling in the dead of night
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touhk wrote on May 12 2012, 04:27 pm

Drop 4 half steps for the Bastille version.

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