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Little Black Heart Chords (ver.1)

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Little Black Heart Chords (ver.1)

Early November
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                Little Black Heart by The Early November
The Mother, The Mechanic, and the Path, 2006


Play with Capo on 1st fret. All chords and tabs relative to tuning.


Chords:
G    - 320033        F    - 133211
D    - xx0232        G5   - 355xxx
C    - x32030        C5   - x355xx
Am7  - x02010        A5   - x022xx
D/F# - 200232        E5   - 022xxx
Em7  - 022030

   
e|-7-2-3-------7-2-3-5-|--8--8----7-7--8--8----7-7-|
B|---------------------|--10-10---8-8--10-10---8-8-|
G|---------------------|---------------------------|
D|---------------------|---------------------------|
A|---------------------|---------------------------|
E|---------------------|---------------------------|	


VERSE 1:
              G    D            C            G            Am7
I’ve got some deep scars from a little black heart that’s miles away. 
          G  D            C           G         Am7
I sent it packing after I saw what it did and I couldn’t believe. 
           G     D              C           G                 Am7
And now my chest hurts from the hole that I dug. It’s getting harder to breathe. 
           G  D             C            G                   Am7
I’m really gasping, wishing I could turn back and that would fix everything 

CHORUS:
     G                                    D/F#
(for once.) It’s my life, I might as well live it. 
               Em7                         D/F#
Along with the bad times, just happy to be living. 
       G                          D/F#
So it’s my time. I know it sounds selfish. 
               Em7                       D/F#
I’m really not like that. We live and we die for this.

VERSE 2: (play marked RIFFs in the verse along with chords)
RIFF 1>   G    D              C            G           Am7
So now my head hurts and it’s only getting worse every time that I think. 
RIFF 2>  G  D          C              G                  Am7
I feel a choking every time I have to sing. It’s getting harder for me. 
RIFF 1>    G       D         C              G         Am7
And now my stomach hurts. As long as I’m in love it’s so hard to leave. 
RIFF 2>  G   D    C                 G            Am7
I feel a bad pain moving through my chest and my knees start to shake. 
   G                          F
My knees start to shake. It’s bringing me down.

CHORUS:
        G                        D/F#
This is my life. I might as well live it.
               Em7                        D/F#
Along with the bad times. Just love to be living. 
           G                          D/F#
So this is my time. It know it sounds selfish. 
                       Em7                       D/F#
I think I’ll have some ice cream. We live and we die for this.

BRIDGE:
        Em7
There’s one thing missing every time I step outside.
D/F#
One thing missing every time I leave and drive. 
C
One thing missing every time I’m far from home. 
        Em7
There’s one thing missing every time I leave for months. 
D/F#
One thing missing every time I lose control.
C
There’s one thing missing every time that I stay home.

VERSE 3:
              G    D            C            G          Am7
I’ve got some deep scars from a little black heart that only make me stronger. 
          G     D            C     G        Am7
And now I don’t sleep seeing any relief. It gives me some perspective.

CHORUS:
        G                        D/F#
This is my life. I might as well live it. 
               Em7                        D/F#
Along with the bad times. Just glad to be living. 
            G                        D/F#
And this is my time. I might as well share it. 
                     Em7                   D/F#
I’ll give you all my money. We live and we die for this.

G D/F# Em7 D/F# (x2)

SOLO: G5 C5 A5 C5 E5 End on: G5
            
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