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Anchor & Braille - Like Steps in a Dance - Felt

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Am D G Em Am D G

Am         D                    G                     Em
Sing to me every night and I'll make you the happiest man alive
Am                  D                G
So now you know why I still play guitar
Am               D            Bm                    Em
Just so locked into a battle, both want to win and lose
Am                      D                 G
She's made threats that I hope she sees through

     Am   D   G   Em
Like ste -ps, ste-ps
     Am  D        G  
Like ste-ps in a dance
     Am  D   G   Em
Like ste-ps, ste-ps
     Am  D        G
Like ste-ps in a dance

(chords continue in same progression throughout song)
Talk to me then whisper gently what you're doing to me
I can't seem to take this blindfold off
Hear me out with just your hands, tell me you're intrigued
Please use future tense when talking to me

Like steps, steps
Like steps in a dance
Like steps, steps
Like steps in a dance

            
            
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