Dawes

Stories Don't End Keyboard

Dawes

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Stories Don't End

  		
 
          

          C       E         Bm           F 
From the paper umbrellas in both of our drinks 
       C            F        G   C 
To the shadows that walk without us 
    C              E             Bm            F 
My account of the details is as clear as you'd think 
        C               F          G    C 
Kept up by friends that still ask about us 

       C                          F              
If our lives were a movie, if our lives were a book 
         C                  F 
It'd be longer than I'd recommend 
                 C                    E 
'Cause if you're telling a story, at some point you stop 
    Am      G     F 
But stories don't end 


      C          E            Bm         F    
The remains of a person, the habits of a ghost 
          C                 F          G    C 
You could still find in the places you used to 
         C             E         Bm       F 
Still reading off cue cards and raising a toast 
      C          F          G     C 
To the stories I still tell about you 


        Dm 
But the plot line wanders and versions change 
      Am                   F 
And I don't know where to quit 


               C                              F 
If I tried to show every side of you through words of a song 
          C                    F 
I'd say a fraction of what I'd intend 
                 C                     E 
'Cause if you're telling a story, at some point you stop 
    Am      G     F 
But stories don't end 


G                C              F               G  
The next time I see you and my conscience tells me 
         G            C                F     G 
That the episode has long since been closed 
    G             C                F        G 
But he's not the one that gets up every morning 
             G         C                F 
And wonders how long a memory keeps its pose 
    G                 C              F 
And how much that the man beside you knows 
    G               C                F 
And how much of the toll it's taken shows 


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       Dm 
Like a famous singer that lost his voice 
       Am                 F 
That we all still want to meet 

        C                          F 
If our lives were a movie, if our lives were a book 
        C                     F 
It'd be longer than I could defend 
                 C                   E 
'Cause if you're telling a story, at some point you stop 
    Am      G     F 
But stories don't end 
Am       G    F 
Stories don't end 


Am   G   Fm 

Am   G   
  
Fm 
They go on and on 

Am   G 

Fm 
Just someone stops listening 

Am   G   Fm 
	  

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