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Allison Iraheta, Still Breathing Chords (ver.2)

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Still Breathing Chords (ver.2)

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                Allison Iraheta
Still Breathing
Just Like You
2009

Key: G

Tuning: Standard EADGBe

Chords used:
G -   320033
D -   xx0232
Em -  022000
C -   x32010
Am -  x02210
G/B - x2x003
F -   133211


Intro: C-G-D-- x2


Verse 1:
          Em     G      D
I need an aspirin after you
          Em
Until you left and I knew
        G
What my heart was 
             D
really going through
     Em               G
And I  never wanna go back
               D
But if there's some 
treatment with the pain
        Am
I would rather in rest peace
          C
Please do not resuscitate


Chorus:
          C
I'm still breathing
Em
Don't you think I'm not 
               D
because you're leaving
                   C
Never gonna see me grieving
Em           D
  I'm moving up and away
    C       Em
Not bugging Funny 
             D
I'm not even trying
Never gonna lay down
C               Em
  I'm breathing much better
C            Em           D
  The air is much clearer over you


Verse 2:
     Em    G                  D
Suffocating and I didn't know why
       Em                 G
Till I realized you were standing
           D
In the way of my air supply
          Em G                D
Clear the air, I was about to die
           Em
I wondered why I didn't 
          G
leave you way before
     D
So I thought I was insane
           Am
But it was you who kept the oxygen
     C


(Repeat Chorus)


Bridge:
C           G/B
  Over your head
F             D
  Out of your ear
C                 G/B
Breathing so much better
         F             D
Now that I'm away from you


(Repeat Chorus)
            
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