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Kate Walsh, Bury My Head Chords (ver.1)

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Bury My Head Chords (ver.1)

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                They're not the exact chords that Kate uses, but there's lots of freedom with these 
chords in making the song your own.  Enjoy.
-jd

G: 320033
D: 200233
C: 032033
Em: 022033

G 		             D                     G
Tip-toeing where you shine your light,
G		     D			G
Stealing my heart into the night,
         Em                                  D                         
   G
And springing it on me just when the time is right.
G                            		D			C
You told me about her and all the plans you're making,
G				D		G
Lost in the woods with two crumbs for taking.

Em		D	G
Now I don't want to share
Em		D	       G
Your fingers through my hair.
Em 		    D		C
But if you keep calling my name,
G			    D		              G
I'll bury my head in the sand hoping you'll stay.

G		     D			   C
Why cant you be different from the rest?
G	               D		C
Oh, won't you surprise me instead?
Em	      D       C
I've had it up to here,
G		          D                 G
Please just be my darling, my dear.

G 		D		   G
I knew it was hard for you to say
G		D		  G
Quivering like a leaf as we lay.
Em	        D		G
I guess that I could share
Em	    D		 G
Your fingers through my hair.
Em	                   D		C
But if you keep calling her name,
G			D			G
I'll bury my head in the sand hoping you'll change.

G		     D			   C
Why cant you be different from the rest?
G	               D		C
Oh, won't you surprise me instead?
Em	      D       C
I've had it up to here,
G		          D                 G
Please just be my darling, my dear.
G		          D                 G
Please just be my darling, my dear.
            
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