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Ed Harcourt, Until Tomorrow Then Chords (ver.1)

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Until Tomorrow Then Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro:  Ab

Verse:

Ab     C/E       Fm             Cm                Bbm              C#
If the world did end, would you be my apocalyptic friend? Until tomorrow then.
If the sky did fall, would you pick up my last call?  Until tomorrow then.
Navigate to the moon, flee the planet this afternoon.  Until tomorrow then.
With the waves risin' high, we'd be the first most likely to die.  Until tomorrow then.

Chorus:

  Ab         Ab    Fm                 C#
I guess it's you I miss, cause I just stare at the ceiling
My stomach knots and twists.  You've created this feeling.
And I may be out of style, but do you know what true love is?

     Ab                    Fm                  Bb/F
I'll make this all so worthwhile.  Let's rise above this.

            C#m
Let's rise above this.

Verse 2:

Ab       C/E         Fm               Cm              Bbm              C#
I dug a tunnel underground and waited patiently to be found.  Until tomorrow then.
All my ideas make them laugh, but in the end you will see they're not so daft.
 We'll have sorrow to spend.

Chorus 2:

  Ab         Ab    Fm                 C#
I guess it's you I miss, cause I just stare at the ceiling
My stomach knots and twists.  You've created this feeling.
And I may be out of style, but do you know what true love is?

      Ab                    Fm                  Bb/F
We'll make this all so worthwhile.  Let's rise above this.

            Bbm                     C#  C#m
Let's rise above this.  Let's rise abooooove this.


Outro on verse chords.
            
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