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Charlie Mcdonnell, Time For Reply Chords (ver.1)

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Time For Reply Chords (ver.1)

Charlie Mcdonnell Tabs
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I found you this morning
When I was on break
Thought you were funny
If a little insane

I quickly forgot you
And got on with my day
But then there you were
Back in my mind again

Figured I'd find you
To see what you've done
It's very impressive
Looks like you have fun

I wanna say thank you
For brightening my day
I hope that I
Could do just the same

Bm   A   G
For you
Bm   A
For you
And I know that you're busy
But I hope you find the time to reply


D   A   F#m   G   Bm   A   G

(rest of song goes pretty same like this)

I've spent my whole evening
Sitting watching you
But there's nothing left now
Could you make something new

I find we've so much in common
How wierd can it be
That I feel I know you
Though you don't know me

I know it sounds crazy
But I think if we met
Spend time together
We would end up friends

And although it's unlikely
I think I'll be fine
'Cause unlikely things
Happen all the time

I love that from you,
I love that from you,
And I know that you're busy
But I hope you find the time to reply

It's been so long
And I haven't heard back
I'd tell you how long
But I think I've lost track

Is it really so hard
To write just a sentence
Or, two

I've just seen your latest
And it was okay
But it wasn't quite you
It seems like you've changed

You still enjoying
Things that you do
Say that you are
But it doesn't ring true

I went back to see you
The way that you were
Thought it might cheer me up
But it just didn't work

Thought that you should know that
I think that I'm done
You're not just for me now
But I've had fun

Watching you
Watching you
And I know that you're busy
So don't worry you don't have to reply.
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