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We Used To Know chords

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[Verse 1]
 Em                B7
Whenever I get to feel this way,
 D               A
Try to find new words to say,
  C                G              F#
I think about the bad old days
           B
We used to know.

[Verse 2]
Nights of winter turn me cold --
Fears of dying, getting old.
We ran the race and the race was won
By running slowly.

[Verse 3]
Could be soon well cease to sound,
Slowly upstairs, faster down.
Then to revisit stony grounds,
We used to know.

[Verse 4]
Remembering mornings, shillings spent,
Made no sense to leave the bed.
The bad old days they came and went
Giving way to fruitful years.

[Verse 5]
Saving up the birds in hand
While in the bush the others land.
Take what we can before the man
Says its time to go.

[Verse 6]
Each to his own way Ill go mine.
Best of luck in what you find.
But for your own sake remember times
We used to know. 

            
            
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nahuelghiano 10 Aug 12, 2013 01:03 PM

Great, Solo on E minor pentatonic

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Stub_Mandrel 11 Sep 23, 2013 11:33 AM

Solo starts there but 'walks' through the progression, just like the bassline.

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moshe.sabato 21 Oct 04, 2015 12:59 AM

Great! but you are missing one very important sound. Between the F# and the B there should be an F#7

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