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Lawrence Arms, Faintly Falling Ashes Chords (ver.1)

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Faintly Falling Ashes Chords (ver.1)

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                The Lawrence Arms – Faintly Falling Ashes (Acoustic Version)
By Romain Balgentien

Chords
Em      022000
D       xx0232
Cadd9   x3203x
G       320033
Dsus4/F# 20023x


Em        D                Cadd9
another senseless week of crowded thoughts and crooked teeth
Em         G             Cadd9
morning frost and frozen sidewalks
Em        D              Cadd9
all those days that burn inside us
Em         G              Cadd9
swell up in the silence of snowflakes falling magically
G             D          Em
but the magic fades into the memory
G            D       G          Cadd9
sleigh bells ringing laughing all the way
G             D                 Em 
cold hands of winter grasp as I gasp for breath
D
is this my last?
G             Cadd9  G                D        G
no thoughts of dying no more self loathing for today
Em        D            Cadd9
so deck the halls with drunken folly
Em      G                       Cadd9
swallow resolutions line our stomachs with illusions
Em          D          Cadd9
car engines sputtering like these smoke filled dreams
Em    G                Cadd9
mistletoes and colored lightbulbs
G               D                  Em
and the kiss of winter fades into the memory
G      D           G            Cadd9
angels singing ... lift me off the ground
G         D         Em
yesterday is frozen in the revery
G           Cadd9  
tomorrow is melting
G           D              Cadd9         Dsus4/F#         G
let's raise our glasses to these faintly falling ashes ...
            
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