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Michael W Smith, How To Say Goodbye Chords (ver.1)

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How To Say Goodbye Chords (ver.1)

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                How To Say Goodbye  -   Michael W. Smith 
 



D                        G           D
Tell me when the time we had slipped away
         G               D     D
Tomorrow turned to yesterday
      A          G
And I don't know how
D                          G        D
Tell me what can stop this river of tears
          G               D
It's been building up for years
         A      G
For this moment now


       Bm   G
Here I stand
          D A
Arms open wide
             Bm
I've held ya close
        G
Kept ya safe
               D A
Till you could fly


D                       G             D     
Tell me where the road ahead is gonna bend
           G              D
And how to harness up the wind
           A       G
And how to say goodbye


D
Tell me why
         G              D
Why does following your dreams
         G¨            D
Take you far away from me
      A            G
And I knew that it would


D                       G                D
Tell me how to fill the space you left behind
           G                D
And how to laugh instead of cry
           A       G
And how to say goodbye


       Bm   G
Here I stand
          D A
Arms open wide
             Bm
I've held ya close
        G
Kept ya safe
               D A
Till you could fly



D                       G             D
Tell me where the road ahead is gonna bend
           G              D
And how to harness up the wind
           A       G
And how to say goodbye
            
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