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Savatage, A Little Too Far Tabs (ver.1)

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A Little Too Far Tabs (ver.1)

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                A Little Too Far (Savatage)

Brian Pastor                                           J. Oliva, P.O'neil
                                                       Streets: A Rock Opera

           A Little Too Far

      Do you remember?  Look at me.

      At all the things we'd said we'd be.

      We'd beat the house we'd push the odds.

      We'd take it all we had the cards.

      With years to burn and years to trash.

      Livin' life based on flash.

      But somehow reaching for the stars.

          F              D   E   C     (these last 3 are notes not chords)
      I think we went a bit too far.     
        C                       Dm                    Em
       Got to get back.  Got to get back. Got to get back.
           F             G            C    
       I never meant to take it this far.
     C                       Dm                    Em     F    G
    Got to get back.  Got to get back. Got to get back.

          (Verse 2) 
  When everything you touch turns gold.
  Can weigh you down. Can make you old.
  When metal doesn't ring the same. 
  Reaction from inside your brain.
  And all the years we offered up.
  To gods who couldn't get enough.
  Though we still stay up all night.
  The mornings aren't as quite as bright.
          (Repeat Chorus)

            (Verse 3) 

  And all those things we thought we learned.
  As we watch our bridges burn.
  While standing in the after glow.
  I guess we gave them quite a show.
  But who's to say what it's about.
  When John Wayne caught the last train out.
  And Spock and Kirk have had enough.
  And no one's left to beam me up.
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