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Chris Rea, That's What They Always Say Chords (ver.1)

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That's What They Always Say Chords (ver.1)

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                Chris Rea, That's What They Always Say.
  
THAT’S WHAT THEY ALWAYS SAY by Chris Rea


Intro:
Em                      C
That’s what they always say  ooh
That’s what they always say  ooh

Verse 1:
Em
At the first bell of the day
They rise up from where they lay
And look down with a promise in their hands
A promise to get out
This ain’t what it’s all about
There’s always lots of reasons for their plans

Bridge:
Am
When that golden sun shines through
        Em
There’s always one more thing to do
     C        G/C    Am/C    C      Bm/D   D  Dsus4  D
Just one more stab into the wishing well

Chorus:
Em               D  G   C
That’s what they always say 
C
I’m getting out
Em               D  G   C
That’s what they always say 
C                                Em
Ain’t that just what they always say
Em               D  G   C
That’s what they always say 
C                                     Em
Just one more little thing left in my way
Em               D  G   C
That’s what they always say
C                                Em
Ain’t that just what they always say

Verse 2:
I’m getting out, I’m holding on
I’m hanging in, the time is wrong
And every morning brings another reason

Bridge 2:
A piece of cake, no lions share
Just one more dice and you’ll be there
That golden bridge is just around the bend


Chorus


Bridge 3:
Tomorrow is another day
And the money junkie fades away
That golden bridge is just around the bend


Chorus


Chords:

Em:     022000
C:      032010
Am:     002210
G/C:    009787
Am/C:   007555
Bm/D:   009777
D:      000232
Dsus4:  000233
G:      320003
 
            
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