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Taylor Swift, White Horse Chords (ver.11)

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White Horse Chords (ver.11)

Taylor Swift Tabs
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Tuning: Standard

   C   F   Am  G   G   G  Bb  G* Gsus4
e|-3---3---3---3---3---3---1---3---3-|
B|-1---1---1---0---1---3---3---3---3-|
G|-0---2---2---0---0---0---3---4---5-|
D|-2---3---2---0---0---0---3---5---5-|
A|-3---x---0---2---2---2---1---5---5-|
E|-x---x---x---3---3---3---1---3---3-|

The chords aren't really C F Am, but it's easier with short names.
I think they're Fmaj7, Am7, and I'm not sure about C.
I hear G played a few different ways, play whichever sounds good to you!

READ THE CHORD CHARTS. THIS IS ACCURATE.
If you rate it poorly, at least post a correction so I know why.
Don't tell me the second verse lyrics are wrong, they're not. Buy the CD.

C F Am F x2

C
 Say you're sorry 
       F
 That face of an angel
       Am                          F 
 Comes out just when you need it to 
C                     F
 As I paced back and forth all this time 
           Am                 F
 'Cause I honestly believed in you 
 Am
 Holding on 
      F
 The days drag on 
         Gsus4 (or 320033)
 Stupid girl, 
                                    G* (or 320003)
 I should have known, I should have known 

 
                 C                        Am
That I'm not a princess, this ain't a fairytale 
            F
I'm not the one you'll sweep off her feet
 G
Lead her up the stairwell 
           C                     Am
This ain't Hollywood, this is a small town
          F                         G
I was a dreamer before you went and let me down 
         Am            G
Now it's too late for you 
           F                    C (C)
And your white horse, to come around 


C
 Maybe I was naive,
F
 Got lost in your eyes 
     Am                       F
 And never really had a chance 
C                    F     
 My mistake I didn't know to be in love 
            Am                          F
 You had to fight to have the upper hand 
       Am
 I had so many dreams 
       F
 About you and me 
       G
 Happy endings, now I know 

 
                 C                        Am
That I'm not a princess, this ain't a fairytale 
            F
I'm not the one you'll sweep off her feet
 G
Lead her up the stairwell 
           C                     Am
This ain't Hollywood, this is a small town
          F                         G
I was a dreamer before you went and let me down 
         Am            G
Now it's too late for you 
           F                    C    Am F G
And your white horse, to come around 


Am             G          F
 And there you are on your knees
C               G        F
 Begging for forgiveness, begging for me 
C            G            F           Bb
 Just like I always wanted but I'm so sorry 


                      C                        Am
'Cause I'm not your princess, this ain't a fairytale 
           F                             G
I'm gonna find someone someday who might actually treat me well 
          C                       Am
This is a big world, that was a small town 
            F                    G
There in my rearview mirror disappearing now 
         Am           G              F
And it's too late for you and your white horse 
         Am           G              F                     C   
Now it's too late for you and your white horse, to catch me now 


F      Am
 Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa 
F                 C
 Try and catch me now 
  F Am
 Oh, it's too late 
F            C
 To catch me now 
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