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Shiver Chords

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D, Bm, A, E  - Repeats the whole way through. 

[Verse 1]
D        Bm
We broke
A
Everything that was right
E
We both enjoyed a good fight
And we solved
All the holes we had to breathe
To make the other one leave

[Pre-Chorus]
And I loved the way you looked at me
And I miss the way you made me feel
When we were alone
When we were alone

[Chorus]
            D       Bm      A            E
And I'll shiver like I used to
            D             Bm         A        E
And I'll leave him just for you
            D        Bm      A             E
And I'll shiver like I used to
             D
Just for you    

[Verse 2]
And we stole
Every moment we had to make the other one feel bad
And we hoped that we could be what we knew
We'd never turn out to be real

[Pre-Chorus]
And I loved the way you looked at me
And I miss the way you made me feel
When we were alone
When we were alone

[Chorus]
And I'll shiver like I used to
And I'll leave him just for you
And I'll shiver like I used to
Just for you

[Bridge]
And if we turn back time
Could we learn to live right
And if we turn back time
Could we learn to live right
And if we turn back time
Could we learn to live right
And if we turn back time
Could we learn

[Chorus]
And I'll shiver like I used to
And I'll leave him just for you
And I'll shiver like I used to
Just for you

Like I used to 
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dom.mitchell.92 10 Aug 05, 2014 03:30 AM

Playing the chords in order, it sounds way off from what it is in the song.

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lucathompson 10 Aug 28, 2014 04:25 AM

I think that the order of the chords should be "G, D, A, Em". I like to pick a specific string when I play, such as the 5th for G, 4th for D and A, and 2nd for Em. Of course, when doing that, I'm already in the fingering for the corresponding chord. I personally think that, while it sounds different, it's pretty nice.

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sasixties 10 Mar 13, 2015 04:24 AM

didn't like this contribution

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