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Come Winter Chords (ver.3)

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Come Winter Chords (ver.3)

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                Standard tuning
CAPO 1
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                  C                        F
The first day of fall is the last day I'll kiss the sky
     Am                                                    F
The cold air surprises my bones have been spoiled by the summer's heat
     X   X    X      C                       F
The sun hides it's face, and I'll hide mine too
Am                                              F
Sooner or later this winter will rain down and leave me to wait for one year

X X X

G          F  G           F
 I'll be there, I'll be there
G                             F
Next year this time, I'll be there
       G                                 F
I'll dream of the past, and wish that I was there

C F Am F (same pattern as chorus) X X X

C                            F
I am burning the letters of days gone by
Am                                            F
I'm sorry but I'm, I'm scared that my heart will regret all the things that I've done X X X
C                             F
Breathe in all of the ashes of my mistakes
   Am                                         F
Gently collapse so no one will notice you're falling too short of your breath

X X X X X X

Am                   F
I've wasted more time dreaming than living
Am                     F
 I've wasted more time dreaming
Am   C  F   G   Am   C  F   G
I'll be there, I'll be there
       Am               C                            F                     
So cherish these days, enjoy every breath like it will be the last of your life
Am                   C                F                              G
Never look back, and never look back because you won't forget why you cried  
            
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