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Pressed In A Book Chords

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E -> D x5   A

A		E		   C
Doted on like seeds planted in rows 
	G	   D		 A
The untied shoelaces of you life
	        C#m			E
Nurtured all year then pressed in a book 
	D	        C#m           A
Or displayed in bad taste at the table 
	    E  			 G
Problems arise and you fan the fire 
		  D				 A
While there's a wild pack of dogs loose in your house tonight. 
         E                           C
Cut from bad cloth or soiled like socks 
		 D	             C
Add it up and basically people never change. 

                        	     G
They just talk and make plans in the dark 
         C		            G
Or make haste with ideas that can't help 
 		      D
But creep good people out 
 	     G		 	     C
As you talk to me too much you're assuming 
G                  D	       E	C#m
We don't always want what's right. 

A	          E		 	     C
Did I strike the right set of chords? you're annoyed. 
       G         D                  A
The goal is to ignite you then move on. 
	        C#m		  E	
You feel ill at ease. you got no squeeze. 
	  D		  C#m		   A
And the wise cracks won't make you more stable. 
		   E			 G
You've learned you lines to scale and to time. 
              D				A
Why must I remind you now i'm only less able. 

	        E                  C
Cut from bad cloth or soiled like socks 
		  D			      C
We're ordinary people we can't help but to change 
        	     G
As we walk and make plans in the dark 
 	   C		             G
Or make haste with the boy who can't help 
 		       D
But creep good people out. 
	     G			     C
As you talk to me too much you're assuming 
		 D	      E		C#m
We don't always want what's right. 

A	      E                  G
Two fallen saplings in an open field. 
              D                  A
Snow padding gently on an empty bench. 
		    E	         G
An old woman's jewelry lying unadorned. 
		D                    A
Cold nesting robins allied for the first time. 
		 E	         G
I know when you hear these sappy lines 
		  D			C
You'll roll your eyes and say "nice try".
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onlymodestmouse wrote on September 8 2006, 02:35 pm

nice you nailed it

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stavi wrote on January 15 2008, 10:05 pm

very close but you left out a part on the chorus. It should be a D over creep and a C over out, othetr wise its great.

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