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M Ward, Paul's Song Chords (ver.2)

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Paul's Song Chords (ver.2)

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D                                     D7
Seems like everywhere I go the sky is falling
        G6                              EmAdd9 A7
And the concierges they meet you with a frown
        D
When I come to town
              F#dim 
I ain't gonna lie to you
      G             Dsus2    D
Well, every town is all the same


You say: 'how does it feel to be travelling?
How's it feel to live your life on a train?
And the aeroplane?
Well, I ain't gonna lie to you
Well, every town is all the same
            G6                     A7       D
When you've left your heart in the Portland rain


          G6
And how I wish it was not true
                   A7
But I ain't gonna stand up here and lie to you
  Bm                              G6
I believe y'all deserve more than that
               Em7
And if there's one thing that I've learned
              A7
Brother, you know you're gonna get burned
       G6                   A7       D
If you don't know where your love is at



How d'you plan to get yourself connected?
Are you down with all the latest trends?
To keep up with friends
Well, I ain't gonna lie to you
Well, every plan is all the same

Seems like everywhere I go the sky is falling
And the waitresses all meet you with a frown
When I come to town
I ain't gonna lie to you
Well, every town is all the same
When you've left your heart in the Portland rain


D: 000232
D7: 000212
EmAdd9: 002002
A7: 002020
F#dim: XXX575
G6: 320000
Dsus2: 000230
Bm: XX4432
Em7: 022030
            
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