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No Bravery Chords (ver.2)

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No Bravery Chords (ver.2)

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                Right folks, brilliant song, use the same chords on the piano if you want. If you can't
do barre chords (like myself, I'm a bassist) just use the upper four strings for that F.

Am
There are children standing here, 
E
Arms outstretched into the sky, 
G
Tears drying on their face. 
D
He has been here. 
Am
Brothers lie in shallow graves. 
E
Fathers lost without a trace. 
G
A nation blind to their disgrace, 
D
Since he's been here. 

Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes anymore. 
D
Only sadness. 
Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes any more 
D          F
Only sadness
D          F        D
Only sadness 


Am
Houses burnt beyond repair. 
E
The smell of death is in the air. 
G
A woman weeping in despair says, 
D
He has been here. 
Am
Tracer lighting up the sky. 
E
It's another families turn, to die. 
G
A child afraid to even cry out says, 
D
He has been here. 

Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes anymore. 
D
Only sadness 
Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes any more 
D           F
Only sadness
D           F          D   
Only sadness 

Am
There are children standing here, 
E
Arms outstretched into the sky, 
G
But no one asks the question why, 
D
He has been here. 
Am
Old men kneel to accept their fate. 
E
Wives and daughters cut and raped. 
G
A generation drenched in hate. 
D
Says he has been here. 

Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes anymore. 
D
Only sadness. 
Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes any more... 
D
Anymore
Am
And I see no bravery, 
E
No bravery, 
G
In your eyes any more, 
D           F
Only sadness
D           F         D
Only sadness.

This is a really powerful song, enjoy it.
            
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