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Missy Higgins, Don't Ever Tabs (ver.2)

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Don't Ever Tabs (ver.2)

Missy Higgins Tabs
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       Gadd        A        D          Gadd
E-|------------------------------2/3---------------|
B-|------3---------2-----------3-----------3-------|
G-|----0---0-----2---2-------2-----------0---0-----|
D-|-----------------------0------------------------|
A-|------------0-------0---------------------------|
E-|--3-------3------------------------3---------3--|


verse 1
Gadd			A
Let's take the train to anywhere
D			Gadd
I wanna feel the wind in my hair with you.
Gadd			A
Let's tell them all, that soon they'll know
D				Gadd
how very wrong they were to think we'd never go,
Gadd	A	D	Gadd
and if you tell me yours I'll tell you mine
Gadd	A	D	Gadd
and we will clean the cobwebs out of one anothers minds.

Chorus
Gadd		A	D	Gadd
Don't ever say you've tried to leave me in this life
Gadd			A	 	D
Don't ever say you've tried for the last time.


Verse 2
We'll get a house where the trees hang low and pretty little flowers
on our window sill will grow
We'll make friends with the milk man
and the butcher Mr. Timms
will give us discounts when he can,
and if you tell me yours I'll tell you mine,
and we will clean the cobwebs out of one anothers minds.


Chorus
Don't ever say you've tried to leave me in this life
Don't ever say you've tried for the last time

Bridge
Gadd	D	Gadd	D	Gadd	D	Bm	A	Gadd (and back into Gadd A D Gadd)
LA DI DA DI DA...


Don't ever say you've tried to leave me in this life
Don't ever say you've tried to leave me in this life
Don't ever say you've tried for the last time...

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Chords
Gadd     A	D
3	0	x
2	0	0
0	2	0
0	2	2
3	2	3
3	0	2
            
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