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Rose In December Chords

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these are not the actual chords but they fit, sound good, and are easy to play. enjoy.


C#m                   A
 I've taken all this time
E		  B
 Standing in the snow
	       C#m                          A
And I'm so afraid of what could fall from my lips
		D
Afraid of what I know
C#m		    A       
  But still I carry on
E  		  B
  Following my heart
			 C#m			 A
Things could let me down, and I could be betrayed
		  D   A 
But love never lies...

so,

(Chorus:)

C#m		          A
  Let me be your Rose In December
   E				G                    A
And I'll be standing here, until spring comes and the snow melts away
C#m			  A
  Let me be your Rose In December
		    E		  G (let ring)			
I'll stand here forever, loving you, 
     A (let ring)
as a rose in december
   
(verse 2)
 (same as verse 1)
Cool, autumn days
When everyone else walked away
They told me to forget, and to spare myself the storm
But, I knew you were worth the wait

And as the snow fell
Landing on my heart
Burying my emotion, but still I stand here frozen
Because I know I love you, oh, I love you...so

(Chorus:)
 (same as chorus1 )
Let me be your Rose In December
And I'll be standing here, until spring comes and the snow melts away
Let me be your Rose In December
I'll stand here forever, loving you, as a rose in december

       G
As a rose...
    A          E
As a rose in december.

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