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Glass chords

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Gavin DeGraw - Glass 
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By Tjalling Overdijk

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Enjoy! 
 G#
Fool you made the girl fall in love
 G#/G
you said those beautiful things
 F#                               C#
she thought you spoke things you mean
 G#
Caress her skin like it's glass
 G#/G
she hears your voice making plans
 F#                          C#
and sees your face in her hands


C#               D#            E#m            
You don't wanna see somebody beg
  G#                   C#
as you feel her heart surrender
    C#/C      A#m   C
you begin to fall
C#               D#               E#m
How do you say that something's through
  G#                  C#
when it never even started
   C#/C         A#m  C#
at least not for you


 G#
You breathe her air and you leave
G#/G
you keep your mind on yourself
 F#                       C#
and lie the glass on the shelf
G#
After the heavenly speech
G#/G
your body throws holy heat
 F#                         C#
the angels sing when our eyes meet


C#            D#            E#m
It wasn't a lie but it wasn't true
  G#                       C#
I just wanted to make you feel good
    C#/C        A#m  C
just wanted you near
C#                 D#                  E#m
I wasn't prepared I wasn't thinking of you
  G#                       C#
that you could actually love me
   C#/C               A#m    C#
it never should have started

 G#
She's dreaming back on the past
 G#/G
every opinion agreed
 F#                    C#
doesn't know what to believe
 G#
It must have been for a cause
 G#/G
our lives have so many doors
 F#                    C#
don't think about him anymore

C#               D#            E#m
But it was the kiss, it took me away
  G#                       C#
it's like he knew that I am fragile
   C#/C               A#m C
he handled me like glass
C#               D#            E#m
and it hurts but it's what I deserve
  G#                      C#
because I should have been more careful
   C#/C               A#m
with the others that I handled
          C
I should have been more 

C#               D#            
and knowing this I know 
         E#m
that he'll get his
  G#                       C#
but I don't want the man to suffer
 C#/C           A#M  C
oh not the way I am
C#               D#                E#m
because deep down I know that he's glass too
  G#                    C#
but it really doesn't matter
 C#/C              A#m      
until it's happening to you

C#        D#       G#  G#/G  F#
everybody Breaks everybody breaks
 C#      G# 
sometimes


            
            
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TomTom_21 10 Apr 25, 2013 09:18 AM

Nice Tab, but I still can't figure out what a G#/G or a C#/C should be! I am able to play a G# and a C#, but the others i dont know. I also looked it up and couldn't find any chord like that, if you could just write me the tabulator i'd be very greatful for that.
and the E#m = a Fm i belive !

-Thomas

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kev0306 62 Feb 23, 2014 04:01 AM

G#/G or C#/C means you have to play the bass note of the latter chord with the first chord. So G#/G means 366544 instead of the 466544 of the regular G#. But just play the regular chords, sounds better imo.

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