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When Cocoons Become Butterflies ukulele

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Where Cocoons Become Butterflies- Trevor Hall

Standard Tuning with Capo on the 2nd fret

F: xx3210
C: x32010
Am: x02210
G:3200xx
C/B: x2001x
A/C: x2001x

A/C and C/B are the same chord, it is just easier to process as a transition if its 
notation is relevant to the transitory chords.

C                                              A/C     Am
Too bad that love is blind because it took out both my knees
Am                                          A/C   C
Now all my restless nights are as bright as movie screens
C                                                    A/C  Am
I spilt milk on all your dresses now they're covered with stains
Am
I now hide under the covers and take a different name


F                 G      Am
He is in the face of all forgivers
F                 G           Am
Dust on the window sill and I shiver
F               G                           C     C/B   Am
It's either hide or seek you see there is nothing in between
G                             Am   A/C   C
I guess its best that we both bleed
         Am   A/C   C    F
We both bleed

C                                      A/C       Am
Pick me up and throw me down I'll fall without a blink
Am                                             A/C  C
Burn my clothes and wash me gently like a baby in a sink
C                                                      A/C  Am
Well they captured all of my family and they took them down town
Am
But we saved our pictures of mother Mary we hide them six feet in the ground

F                 G              Am
He is in the face of all forgivers
F                 G                        Am
Dust on the window sill and I shiver
F               G                         C     C/B  Am
It's either hide or seek you see there is nothing in between
                   G
I guess its best that we both bleed
                   G
I guess its best that
      Am   A/C   C         F
We both bleed


Am               A/C             C
Stars fall in pastures on Sundays and after
F
I kissed her the moon fell the children said that secrets tell about
Am                        A/C               C
Angels with white eyes and the places where God hides
F
I'll see you in the next life when cocoons become butterflies

            
            
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