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Rosie Thomas, Loose Ends Chords (ver.1)

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Loose Ends Chords (ver.1)

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		from the album "If Songs Could Be Held"
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C            Cmaj7            Am               G
She's like a sweater old and used
C            Cmaj7            Am               G
Tossed and overworn too many times through
F						
and she used to look so bright,
G 
all her seams were tightly tight

She's like a sweater that's just warn out
Frayed and coffee-stained and out of style
and she's just about to run
before her stitches come undone, mmm

C           C


F	                         G
she's gonna pack her bags and leave
F                            G
no more loose unravelled seams

C			Cmaj7            Am        G
So she is young and she still has her confidence
F                         G                      C      
and it's not too late to tie up those loose ends

she's like a fire in the rain
those words will damp her eyes and hit her veins
and the love she thought she found
was just another hand me down, with dangling frays

She's gonna pack her bags and leave
no more loose unravelled seams

So she is young and she still has her confidence
and it's not too late to tie up those loose ends

She's found a refuge for her face
a wall dividing her unfortunate displace
and now she stands too high
for them to wring her dry, she's found her way

She's gonna pack her bags and leave
no more loose unravelled seams

So she is young and she still has her confidence
and it's not too late to tie up those loose ends
no it's not too late to tie up those loose ends.
            

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