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Artista: James Blunt
Album: Back To Bedlam
No Bravery

Intro, Verse & Chorus
        Am  E  G  F#\D  

There are children standing here,
Arms outstretched into the sky, 
Tears drying on their face. 
He has been here. 
Brothers lie in shallow graves. 
Fathers lost without a trace. 
A nation blind to their disgrace, 
Since he's been here. 

And I see no bravery, 
No bravery in your eyes anymore. 
Only sadness. 

Out: F D

Houses burnt beyond repair. 
The smell of death is in the air. 
A woman weeping in despair says, 
He has been here. 
Tracer lighting up the sky. 
It's another families‚ turn to die. 
A child afraid to even cry out says, 
He has been here. 

And I see no bravery, 
No bravery in your eyes anymore. 
Only sadness. 

There are children standing here, 
Arms outstretched into the sky, 
But no one asks the question why, 
He has been here. 
Old men kneel and accept their fate. 
Wives and daughters cut and raped. 
A generation drenched in hate. 
Yes, he has been here. 

And I see no bravery, 
No bravery in your eyes anymore. 
Only sadness.

            
            
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GWiZ 330 Sep 10, 2005 08:00 PM

Isn't the F#/D supposed to be D/f#? Otherwise great. :-)

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Zeidrich 634 Dec 14, 2005 02:19 AM

The E chord is a E/G#. And the bridge bit goes like: F D F D E/G#

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dolachie1 10 Dec 16, 2005 10:07 AM

try this as your main chord pattern x02210, 022130, 320033, 200233

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