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Intro: (mabey)
e|------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------|
G|-4-/-6-6----4-/-6--6----------------|Play 4 Times.
D|-X-/-x-x----x-/-x--x----------------|Probably not right but whatever.
A|-2 /-4-4----2-/-4--4----------------|
E|------------------------------------|



all the leaves are gone 
		E
i dont give a ffff 
			F#
let the winter come on 
		G#m
i think i'll try my luck 
			A
always knew it could be bad 
	G#m           E
though i must admit 
				F#
i never thought it'd be this bad 
		A
i woulda split 
F#		G#m
i am exhausted 
             E 
im black and blue 
F#		             A
don't say a cheating heart's 
			F#            
attackin' you too 
   	        G#m     E
i hear your voice 
	         F#      A
across the wire, liar 
Chorus
		B
don't cry me up 
		B
when you figure it out 
	   A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin more to say to you 
		 B
you had your chance
		B
when the truth came out 
	   A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin more to say to you 




Verse
				G#m
theres a beginning and an end 
F#			E
every story and song 
	F#
every lover and friend 
			        A
whose heart could never belong 
		        G#m
every track on the rail 
	F#		E
every line on the road 
		      F#	
every country so rich 
		          A
you know its gotta explode 
Chorus
	B
don't cry me up 
	      B
when you figure it out 
             A         G#m      F#      E
i've got nothin' more to say to you 
		B
you had your chance 
               B
when the truth came out 
               A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin' more to say to you 
		B
now what'll you do 
		B
when the good's all gone? 
               A       G#m      F#        E
there's nothing more to say to you 
	     B	
what we had was right 
             B
what's left is wrong 
	   A       G#m      F#        E
there's nothin' more to say to you 
   ?
yeah we began 
		F#
and then we ended 
			A
theres nothin' left here 
     E        G#
to be omended 
                   F#    E
check your mail box 
	    F#
return to sender 
     A
pretenter 
Chorus
   	B
don't cry me up 
	      B
when you figure it out 
	    A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin' more to say to you 
	    B	
you had your chance 
	     B
when the truth came out 
	    A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin' more to say to you 
            B
now what'll you do 
                B
when the good's all gone? 
	    A       G#m      F#        E
there's nothin' more to say to you 
               B
what we had was right 
	 B
what's left is wrong 
              A       G#m      F#        E
there's nothin' more to say to you 
	   A       G#m      F#        E
i've got nothin' more to say to you 
	 A       G#m      F#        E
ive got nothin more to say to you 
         A       G#m      F#        E
no nothin' more to say to you

            
            
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Bowlman 31 Aug 26, 2008 02:35 PM

sorry dude, off again,..
the E is right, its an F#m, not major,
Theres a C#m . etc,

cheers

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Cloud89x 10 Sep 11, 2014 03:25 PM

Lack of accuracy. Clearly wrong. There's something about the chords. It doesn't sound right when you play it the way the tabs outline it. I think the E - F# is right, but it breaks down after that.

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