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[Verse]
G                       Dm
I woke up this morning, now I understand
Bb                               C
what it means to give your life to just one man
G                             Dm
Afraid of feeling nothing, no bees or buterflies.
Bb                                 C
My head is full of voices and my house is full of lies.
        G  Dm Bb C              G  Dm Bb C             G
This is home, home, and this is home, home, this is home.
G                            Dm
I found you standing there, when I was seventen.
Bb                                 C
Now I'm thirty-two, and I can't remember what I'd see in you.
G                 Dm
A made a promise said it everyday
    Bb                                C
now I'm reading romance novels and dreaming of yesterday.
        G  Dm Bb C              G  Dm Bb C             G
This is home, home, and this is home, home, this is home.
Bb                  C        F                   G
I'd lide to see the Riviera, now slowdance underneath the stars
C                     Bb          Dsus4
I'd like to watch the sun come up in a stranger's arms.
        G  Dm Bb C              G  Dm Bb C
This is home, home, and this is home, home, this is home.
G                   Dm
I'm going crazy a little everyday
Bb                             C
and everything I wanted is now driving me away.
G                              Dm
I woke up this morning to the sound of breaking hearts
Bb                                   C
mine is full of questions and it's tearing yours apart,
                   G          Dm                       Bb
and it's tearing yours apart, and it's tearing yours apart,
C                  G          Dm                     Bb  C
and it's tearing yours apart, and it's tearing us apart.

            
            
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lqueso 10 May 20, 2008 01:11 PM

Line 11, Bb to Dsus4 should be F to Am.

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bodellg 10 Jun 10, 2013 10:17 AM

Exactly what he said.

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rbrianharris 20 Jul 21, 2015 04:15 AM

At first I thought these guys were mistaken. But close listening (with a piano), you can hear the bass playing the F that replaces the Bb.

I can't prove the Am other than if you play a D4 and then an A3 pedal tone during the "In a stranger's arms." the A3 sounds much better. Plus playing a Dsus4 would suggest a resolution to the F# which is definitely not in the melody so you'd have a bit of a collision going on there. The melody (D=E-F-E-D) "in a stranger's arms"

So I suspect the OP heard the melody siting right where a Dm chord would go, but knew it wasn't a minor chord, nor major, so a Dsus4 was a damn good guess. But the Am works better. Even a Am/D works.

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