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Roxette, Vulnerable Chords (ver.1)

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Vulnerable Chords (ver.1)

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Words & Music by Per Gessle


[Verse 1]
E                           g#m
Everywhere I look I see her smile
                  A
Her absent-minded eyes
    f#m                              E
And she has kept me wondering for so long
                        B
How this thing could go wrong

   E                                g#m
It seems to me that we are both the same
                 A 
Playing the same game
       f#m                                  E
But as darkness falls this true love falls apart
                     C#
Into a riddle of her heart

[Chorus]
         F#          F#*         B           C#
She's so vulnerable,        like china in my hands
         F#          F#*        B            C#
She's so vulnerable         and I don't understand
F#            F#*            B
I could never hurt the one I love 
               C#
She's all I've got
             F#            C#
But she's so vulnerable
      F#
Oh so vulnerable


[Verse 2]
Days like these no one should be alone
No heart should hide away
Her touch is gently conquering my mind
There's nothing words can say

She's coloured all the secrets of my soul 
I've whispered all my dreams
But just as nighttime falls this vision falls apart
Into a riddle of her heart

[Chorus]
She's so vulnerable ...



Note:

   F#  F#*   
e  5   5
B  6   5
G  5   5
D  4   4
A  4   4
E  x   x

I don't know how to name the F#* chord (if you know it, please feel 
free to e-mail me)

If you use a capo on 4th fret (it's the best way how to play it), 
you can play E like C, g#m like em, A like F, f#m like dm, B like G, 
C# like A and F# like D.
            
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