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Title: Blue
Artist: Ryan Adams
Album: 48 Hours Sessions (Downloadable at BootCity.org)

Verse:
Strum an Open D then pick the following:
e||-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B||-----------------------------------------------------------------|
G||-----------------------------------------------------------------|
D||-------0---------------------------------------------------------|
A||-0-2-----4-0-----------------------------------------------------|
E||-----------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus:
G                  A              Bm               A
Who could mend a heart that was broken from the start?

A          Dm   C
You led me oooooon.   
           Dm    C
You let me dooooown.

(Back to Verse)

So blue 
Blue 
Didn't know the rules 'till you played me like a fool 
You led me on 
You let me down 
You broke my heart 
I wanted you to 
So blue 
Blue 
Blue 
So blue 

F#m        G        
I know that you will want me back 
B#m        A
I would but I know what you do 
You'd just leave me blue 
(Downward strum an open D and use the Verse)
Blue 
Blue 
So blue

            
            
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DrewRoth 316 Dec 30, 2005 04:14 AM

um...there's no such thing as a B#m. not even a b sharp for that matter.

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motoxjake 10 Aug 30, 2008 08:06 AM

B# is a C....soooo did he mean Cm?

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motoxjake 10 Aug 30, 2008 08:06 AM

No half step between B and C

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