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Fables Chords (ver.1)

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Fables Chords (ver.1)

The Dodos
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                The Dodos - Fables
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Intro: G

Strumming Pattern: ↓↑↓↑↓x↓x

Verse 1:

G        G/f#       G/Em
We spoke today to a jury

G               G/f#            G/Em
you can see the doubt in their eyes

G             G/f#        G/Em
our words are trained to delivery

G                 G/f#                 G/Em
there was nothing left to change their minds



Bridge:

Am         Am/G            B7/F
Remember when you were my accomplice
G          G/f#                Em
Now we forget why we started this



Chorus: 

G                  C           Em                    D
I don't want to go in the fire, I just want to stay in my home
G               C                  Em                 D
I don't want to hear all the liars, I just want to be with my own
G                  C           Em                   D         G 
I don't want to go in the fire, I just want to stay in my home


Verse 2:
We took today what we buried
You just hope to pass, that's why you hide it
I held your weight, now it holds me
A coward's way to be inviolate


Bridge:
You will protest once ask your blessing
'Til you accept them into your nest


Chorus:
I don't want to go in the fire, I just want to stay in my home
I don't want to hear all the liars, I just want to be with my own
I don't want to go in the fire, I just want to stay in my home



G                G/f#          Em
We call them in, we call them out

G                G/f#          Em
We call them in, we call them out

G                G/f#          Em
We're coming, we're coming home

G                G/f#          Em
We're coming, we're coming home



Outro:

G                G/f#          Em    x3

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