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This Is Our Town Acoustic chords

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Dear Bradenton
          D
You have been good to me
     Em
You kept your word
                           G
And got me through these years
 C                            D
All I ask is that you'll be there
              C        D        Em
When I return
                                 G
From Anna's Isle to Lakewood's fields
             C
This is our town
         D
This is who we're meant to be
             Em
This is our town
           G
Where our roots have grown so deep
             C
This is our town
         D
This is where we're meant to be
             Em
This is our town
            G
We'll keep coming back because

 C
Dear Bradenton
        D
As the city sleeps the night
      Em
You found us hiding out
       G
Under parking garage lights
         C                             D
And you know, you know you'll find us here

When we return


             C        D
This is our town-------
             Em       G
This is our town-------
             C        D
This is our town-------
(What are we running for?)
             Em       G
This is our town-------
(What are we running for?)
             C        D       Em        G
This is our town-------------------------
(This is our town)


 C
Dear Bradenton
       D
As I gently close my eyes
   Em
I hear you whisper softly
          G
As we continue our goodbyes
     C                            D
And all I ask is that you'll be there
          (possible Em*)
When I return

*The line "When I return" in my mind has always been a vocal solo line, so I haven't
a chord to play while singing that particular line, but in the case of the very final
of "When I return" you could play an Em, just to make it sound finished, but personally 
think it sounds better leaving the D to fade away ^.^

            
            
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BETH_FISH 82 Oct 10, 2010 06:55 AM

almost perfect! you need capo 1.
thanks!

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