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Best Laid Plans Chords (ver.2)

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Best Laid Plans Chords (ver.2)

James Blunt
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Verse 1:

 Fm                       Cm
 You don't like it in the shadows

 C#                            Ab
 but you won't let me shine a light

 Bbm                     Fm
 I would wash away your troubles

         C#6    Fm            Cm
 But it seems - the more that I hold on


 C#                    Ab
 The more that you let go, and I know-

 Bbm                        Fm
 you better let somebody love you

              Bb7          C7
 or find yourself, on your own

 Chorus:
          C#                   Ab
 Tell me why all the best laid plans

       Fm           Cm
 fall apart in your hands

              C#        Ab
 And my good intentions never end,

           Eb
 the way I meant


 2nd Verse:
 Fm                         Cm
 If we don't talk about the future

 C#                             Ab
 Then should I just, follow you into the dark

 Bbm                          Fm      
 Yeah, and does your silence keep you cold

 Bb7                         C7
 While the cracks form on my heart

 
 Chorus:
          C#                   Ab
 Tell me why all the best laid plans

       Fm           Cm
 fall apart in your hands

              C#        Ab
 And my good intentions never end,

           Eb
 the way I meant

 Bridge:
 C#                                                Ab
 It seems to me some fine friends have watched you turn your back

 C#                                                Fm   Eb
 It seems you only want the things that you can't have.

 
 Chorus (Twice played)
          C#                   Ab
 Tell me why all the best laid plans

       Fm           Cm
 fall apart in your hands

              C#        Ab
 And my good intentions never end,

           Eb
 the way I meant
            
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