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The Push Tabs (ver.1)

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The Push Tabs (ver.1)

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                PROPS GO TO: Boomshanka

PART 1
E5
The city is a tramp

   Asus2    E        Hsus4
in which we fling our worries

    Asus2     E     Hsus4
and grasp for somebody's promise

E      A         H
of the good life

   E    H        C#m E Asus2 E
forever changing plans

A             E       Hsus4   
restrained by envious spirits

    A          E            H 
and wanting to want to give in

    G#7        A       H 
and go for the country

  E          H      C#m E Asus2 E 
my love will always be

   F#m         A             Hsus4 H
of vibrant and dense traffic music

     Asus2    E       Hsus4   G#7  A
that fills me up when nothing is expected


PART 2
C#m      E        A    G#7 
the push, and the shock

    C#m                     F#m7           Am      G#7 
the handshake that could be changing your direction

C#m      E        A    G#7 
the mess, and the chaos

    D5                                 Am    H7
the sounds of someone close to falling apart


PART 3
E     H                C#m   E 
don't wake me from the dream

Asus2           E        Hsus4  H 
don't shake med from the notice

         Asus2    E 
that the day will come

    Hsus4  G#7      A           H
and I'll belong and not be lost

   E    H        C#m E Asus2 E 
so far away from hell

     F#m    A         Hsus4     H

         Asus2         E          Hsus4 
where my bare feet are walking on dew

        G#7        A
without treading a needle

     G#m
on a needle


PIANO
E A G#m A E C#m Am G# Hsus4 F#m Am


PART 4
C#m      E        A    G#7 
the push, and the shock

    C#m              F#m7           Am        G#7 
the handshake to the change of your direction

C#m      E        A    G#7 
the mess, and the chaos

    D5                                 Am    H7 E
the sounds of someone close to falling apart
            
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