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History To The Defeated Chords (ver.1)

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History To The Defeated Chords (ver.1)

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                Standard turning (You can also try playing this with a capo on 2.. it might be easier)

        Bm           A
There's blood in the sink,
         D            G
and he's plunging his wrists in.
  Bm       A 
A hangover halo is 
G        D
washing away. 

  Bm            A
Mechanic-school dropout 
       D        G
stares into the mirror, 
       Bm        A
stands up in his derelict 
G           D
daydreams. 

Bm         A
Always too tall,
       D             G 
always walked around wearing a 
Bm             A
smile that was never quite 
G         D
sure of itself. 

Bm         A
Planning a future 
   D          G
of failures inflicted 
   Bm               A
in phone calls from strip clubs
    G            D 
and bail bonds. 

          Bm         A    D   G
There's a light left on. 
          Bm      A     G         D       
There's a pace to our direction. 
          Bm    A      D   G
There's a movie-still 
     Bm        A       G         D
of a heart I'd like to mention. 

      Bm           A
Don't give me that look, 
         D           G
I looked harder than most did, 
    Bm           A
let details like sharp nails 
      G           D
punch holes in my shoes. 

Bm             A
Soft-traced to frown 
     D         G
as I put the receiver down. 
Bm         A
Where do I go 
      G        D
for a pardon? 

          Bm         A    D   G
There's a light left on. 
          Bm      A     G         D       
There's a pace to our direction. 
          Bm    A      D   G
There's a movie-still 
     Bm        A       G         D
of a heart I'd like to mention. 

      Bm             A
We're listing what's left: 
  D             G
a signed Slayer t-shirt, 
  Bm        A
a car up on blocks in his 
G             D
mother's back yard.
            
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