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Hazy chords

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Capo 5.


[Verse]

G             C        Em            D
I watched you sleep in quietly in my bed
G        C                  Em                                
D
You dont know this now, but theres some things that need to be said
C               D
Its all that i can hear
C               D
Its more than i can bear


[Refrain]

G         D                    Em
What if I fall, and hurt myself
          C                   G
Would you know how to fix me?
          D               Em
What if I went and lost myself?
          C
Would you know where to find me?
G         D       Em            C
If I forgot who I am, would you please remind me?
D            C
Oh, cause without you things go hazy.


[Instrumental]

G C G C

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(Then repeats again with the guy singing.
Then both singing the refrain to end the song.)

            
            
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ChistineK 10 Feb 12, 2009 10:40 AM

this is perfect! good work, I love this song

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minchew 20 May 01, 2009 12:33 PM

wow. spot on.sounds awesome

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Boompieper 85 Jun 15, 2009 03:07 AM

Nice tab, though I think the last D in the chorus should be an Am, and the G-C-G-C part after that should be G-C-Em, or a variation of that, like G-Cadd9-Em7.

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