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Neva Dinova, Squirrels Chords (ver.1)

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Squirrels Chords (ver.1)

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                Neva Dinova - Squirrels

One of my favourites from the new album,
We need for Neva Dinova tabs in general though!
Let's get on it.
Cheers.


G	   G/f#
I tossed a diamond into the stream,
Em
it was crazy, I couldn't help it was amazing.
C
It went forever cross the water but wouldn't stop and didn't skip
D
and never looked more beautiful than just before it hit.
G	      G/f#		Em	
So I swam out to look for it, underwater, just fish
C
and goose's feet slappin' me don't know what's happening,
D
I'm knockin' on each fish's den but not a single fish is in.
C			       G
But you're so young and so in love,
C			D
but that ain't all she's been dreaming of.
	       Am   C
She's dreaming of you,
G
alone.

G	      G/f#
I called you up late at night,
Em
I just can't speak when I'm high.
C
I must've been lonely looking for a friend
D
then I had a great idea but I couldn't find a pen.
G	     G/f#
So I went for a drive at night,
Em
saw a crazy sight,
C
saw a squirrel in the yard doing backflips for change
D
for a lady who vacuums her heartaches away.
C
She's saying where is my son,
G
where has he gone?
D
Oh, nothing changed when the squirrel left
Am				   C
but something sure changed when the girl left.
             G	    G/f#   Em
And now she's gone, gone,
	        C    D
and now she's gone, whoa.

G		        G/f#	
I just keep writing the same song,
Em
the guy's right and the dame's wrong

and the game's on.
C
so turn down that stereo and pass me the chips,
D				        C
you won't even notice your brain start to slip.
		G         G/f#     Em
And now they're gone, gone,
	C	         D		G	
and now they're gone, whoa, whoa. 

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