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The sun

Year: 2002 - Album: Songs About Jane

  		 
Introdução:    Am   C G 
 
 
Am   
After school 
C 
Walking home 
D 
Fresh dirt under my fingernails 
Am              C 
And I can smell hot asphalt 
D 
Cars screech to a halt to let me pass 
Am           C 
And I cannot remember 
D 
What life was like through photographs 
Am        C           D   
Trying to recreate images life gives us from our past 
 
Am     C                     D 
       And sometimes it's a sad song 
 
 
 
Refrão: 
 
F             C 
But I cannot forget 
           Am   
Refuse to regret 
       G 
So glad I met you 
F             C 
Take my breath away 
              Am 
Make everyday 
        G 
Worth all of the pain that I have 
 
Gone through 
 
F             C 
And mama I've been cryin' 
        Am                    G 
Cause things ain't how they used to be 
F 
She said the battles almost won 
          E 
And we're only several miles from the sun 
 
 
Moving on down the street 
I see people I won't ever meet 
Think of her, take a breath 
Feel the beat in the rhythm of my steps 
And sometimes it's a sad song 
 
But I cannot forget 
Refuse to regret 
So glad I met you 
Take my breath away 
Make everyday 
Worth all of the pain that I have 
Gone through 
And mama I've been cryin' 
Cause things ain't how they used to be 
She said the battles almost won 
And we're only several miles from the sun 
 
 
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Contribuição: Juliano Bergmann([email protected]) 

	  

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