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Massachusetts Avenue Banjo

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Massachusetts Avenue

  		
A             G                 D 
Every time I walk along this street, I think of you 
     A              G             D 
And given it's the city's major thoroughfare, I'm screwed 
 A           G             D 
Taking an alternative's a little hard to do 
G                  D 
It's the street I live on 
       E          A 
Massachusetts Avenue 


  A                     G                   D 
There's the crosswalk where a milk truck almost ran me down 
     A             G                D 
The day I finally saw you when you got back into town 
   A                 G                D 
I don't know if you saw me, 'cause I turned so quick around 
 G            D               E           A 
Hiding into traffic, clearly dying to be found 


    A             G            D 
Do you remember crying in the park and shutting up? 
    A            G               D 
Do you remember running and me trying to catch up? 
    A            G               D 
Do you remember loving me more than I could be loved? 
    G                D                 E                A 
I chased you for so long, and when I caught you, I gave up 
  A               G             D 
There's no other way to get to work 
  A               G                  D 
After all these years, it just gets worse 
 A           G                D 
Memories so dull and well-rehearsed 


  A                G              D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the springtime 
  A                G            D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the fall 
 A              G              D 
You don't have go home in a straight line 
 A                G        D 
You don't have to go back home at all 


  A          G                 D 
There's the cemetery where I broke your heart in two 
      A          G                           D 
And there's the pair of stones that we had laughed was me and you 
    A               G               D 
I stared at them a long time, and I asked if it was true 
   G               D 
If I still really loved you 
          E 
And they answered 
        A 
Yes, I do 


 A    G    D 

(I do) 

 A    G    D 


 A               G                  D 
People come and go, but these four lanes will never move 
 A                G               D 
Little peach and exes' Jeeps eventually die, too 
 A           G                 D 
Even if the russians came and named it something new 
G                D               E          A 
It would always look like Massachusetts Avenue 


  A                G              D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the springtime 
  A                G            D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the fall 
 A              G              D 
You don't have go home in a straight line 
 A                G        D 
You don't have to go back home at all 


  A                G              D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the springtime 
  A                G            D 
Storrow Drive is pretty in the fall 
 A              G              D 
You don't have go home in a straight line 
 A                 G   D 
You don't need to be alone at all 
	  

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