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Misspent Youth Chords (ver.1)

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Misspent Youth Chords (ver.1)

James Otto
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                Misspent Youth--James Otto

Intro: D  G  D   D  G  D

                        G
Seventeen and innocent
                          D
I wonder where all the years went
A              
Lookin back on a youth misspent
D                 Dsus4   D
God I miss those days


All the chances that we took
Always leaped and never looked
I tell you I could write a book
On all the hell we raised

CHORUS1:
Bm                         A
Thought I was cool with my Lucky Strikes
Bm                    A
I didn't start too many fights
Bm                    A               D
But in those days I finished quite a few
Bm                      A
Beat up cars and the cheapest wine
Bm                       A
And any trouble we could find
Bm                         A
The worst of days were the best of times
     G                           D
Lookin back through life's rearview
     Bm     A       G      A        D
And lookin back I miss my misspent youth

I'm no worse now for the wear
I've gotten married, cut my hair
Me and her we're quite a pair
All my friends say

And speaking of old friends
We still talk now and then
'Cept now there's a few of them
You can only reach by prayer

CHORUS 2:

We were cool with our Lucky Strikes
Didn't start too many fights
But in those days we finished quite a few
Beat up cars and the cheapest wine
And any trouble we could find
The worst of days were the best of times
Lookin back through life's rearview
And lookin back I miss my misspent youth


Beat up cars and the cheapest wine
And any trouble we could find
The worst of days were the best of times
Lookin back through life's rearview
And lookin back I miss my misspent youth

And lookin back I miss my misspent youth

I miss my misspent youth

Dsus4 	 xx0230 
            
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