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James Blunt, Calling Out Your Name Chords (ver.1)

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Calling Out Your Name Chords (ver.1)

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                 A                                 
Well you can stand there waiting for a rainy day
 F#m
Close up your heart and hide your dancing shoes away
 D
And cut yourself with your mistakes

 A
Leave all hope lying in a line of chalk
 F#m
Everything you need is disguised in double talk
 D
So wound yourself and let it ache


 E
But if you're waiting for something to bring you round
 A                F#m   
I'm calling out, I'm calling out your name
 D
Lift your head up high
 A                F#m
I'm calling out, I'm calling out your name
 D                E
Lift your head up high


 A
It's all little pieces till there's nothing left
 F#m
All just debris of your former self
 D
Just take a breath for your own sake
 E
And if you're watching for something to bring you round


 A                F#m
I'm calling out, I'm calling out your name
 D
Lift your head up high
 A                F#m
I'm calling out, I'm calling out your name
 D                
Lift your head up high


             F#m               E 
And are you caught between the lines
           D            E  
Did no one see you fall behind


 A               F#m
I'm calling out, I'm calling out your name
    A                       F#m
So lift your head up, yeah lift your head up high
    A                       F#m
Yeah lift your head up, yeah lift your head up high
   D
I'm always by your side
    A                       F#m 
Yeah lift your head up, yeah lift your head up high
   D
I'm always by your side
    A                       F#m 
Yeah lift your head up, yeah lift your head up high
            
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