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Joseph Arthur, Chicago Chords (ver.1)

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Chicago Chords (ver.1)

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                Chicago by Joseph Arthur

Capo 7th fret!

Note: G= 320000
     C*= 030010

Dm          C
You're my best friend
G           Em
I need you until the end
     F         Em       C C* C C*
No, you i will never betray

Don't run away from yourself
Or follow anyone else
No, you never have to be a slave


Am             F            C
If they don't play you in chicago
G
Oh no no no
Am                F                     C
And if they don't save you when you're lonely
G
Only you
Am                    F               C
Could see your light, see your light, see your light, you
G               Am        F           C   G
Could see your light, see your light, see

Your mirror is destroyed
I see you now trying to avoid
The truth of who you really are

The heat will stay with the flame
So your beauty never will change
To me you will always be a star

And if they don't play you in chicago
Oh no no no
And if they don't save you when you're lonely
Only you
Could see your light, see your light, see your light, you
Could see your light, see your light, see

Some turn lunatic
Others learn how to forget
This world to which they just don't belong

I wonder who you will be
A dream with no memory
A beggar looking for one magic song

And if they don't play you in chicago
Oh no no no
And if they don't save you when you're lonely
Only you
Could see your light, see your light, see your light, you
Could see your light, [see what i see] see your light, [see what i see] see your light, you
Could see your light, [see what i see] see your light, [see what i see] see your light, you
            
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