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Avondale Chords (ver.1)

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Avondale Chords (ver.1)

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Intro (x4):
Bm - G - Asus2

Bm			G
If you're gonna rip my heart out,
	  D		      Asus2		Bm		G
could you use a knife that's dull and rust in color. (Once I die)
D		  Asus2		   Bm		G
there will be no way that you can cover, that scar. 
     D	     Asus2
It's hard. I know.
Bm 		      G
And if I get a little blood on you, 
D	    Asus2		    Bm			  G
finally the world will know you're guilty, (know you're wrong) 
D		Asus2		     Bm
of taking everything you've gotten from me 
   G	      D	       Asus2   G
no heart, its hard. I know.

Chorus:
D		G
Mighty king of avondale 
  Asus2		       G  D
I just can't let this go.
D		    G
Real life ain't no fairy tale 
  Asus2		           G    D
I just thought you should know. 

Solo:
Bm - G - D - Asus2

Bm			       G
When you're finished with the surgery
  D			     Asus2
I really hope that you will turn to me
    Bm			   G
and tell me all about the fun you had
D			   Asus2		G
when you were cutting up, you were cutting up.

Chorus:
D		G
Mighty king of avondale 
  Asus2		       G  D
I just can't let this go.
D		    G
Real life ain't no fairy tale 
  Asus2		           G    D
I just thought you should know. 

D		     
Living like a fairy tale the
G			 Asus2				     G
mighty king of avondale it all went to his head, this royalty.
D			   	G
I stuck a knife into his back. Inventiveness is what I lack.
Asus2			       G
He's always hanging up on loyalty.

Chorus:
D		G
Mighty king of avondale 
  Asus2		       G  D
I just can't let this go.
D		    G
Real life ain't no fairy tale 
  Asus2		           G    D
I just thought you should know. 

Solo (x2):
Bm - G - Asus2
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