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Blackberry Smoke, Pretty Little Lie Chords (ver.1)

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Pretty Little Lie Chords (ver.1)

Blackberry Smoke Tabs
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Em        D        Gadd9
Come over here and sit by me
        Am           Gadd9 D
Tell me everything I wanna hear
Em   D            Gadd9
I'll pretend that I don't see
    Am                 Gadd9 D
The reason you're back over here
Em       D         Gadd9
You look cold I'll build a fire
          Am          Gadd9       D
There's a box full of wine in the fridge
Em      D          Gadd9
We want talk about what's his name
            Am    Gadd9     D
That's just water under the bridge

Em            C
Well you made up your mind
    Gadd9              D
But he ain't here with us tonight
   Em      C
So kiss me one more time
Gadd9               D
Cross every "T" and dot every "I"
For your pretty little lie
                   Gadd9 C Gadd9
Your pretty little lie

Em           D        Gadd9
I thought we had this figured out
          Am               Gadd9   D
There was me and there was you and him
Em                 D         Gadd9
I was hoping for a chance to cuss you out
Am                Gadd9   D
But then you came walking in
       Em            D                Gadd9
And it hit me like I ain't never been hit before
        Am             Gadd9 D
I guess one of us will never change
         Em      D          Gadd9
Now it's you and me sittin' on the floor
        Am      Gadd9     D
I'd let you get away with anything

Chorus X2
Yeah you can lie to me
             Gadd9     C Gadd9
Yeah you can lie to me
Come on and lie to me
             Gadd9     C Gadd9
Yeah you can lie to me 
     Em D Gadd9
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