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Donavon Frankenreiter - Your Heart Chords

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Your Heart Chords

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Donavon Frankenreiter
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                CAPO II

Chord progression is: (relative to capo)

Em  G  C  G

Strum root note with thumb first and follow with the rest of the strings in rhythm...  

Bridge:

A  C



Em     G           C        G
some days im only half my size 
Em     G       C       G
some days im ten feet kneeling
Em     G          C               G 
some days im the owner of this city
Em        G       C         G
and some days i get caught stealing

first bridge
   A      C           A     C
but then i hear the sirens blowing
  A        C           A      C 
the church bells they let me know 

chourus
        Em  G C G
its just 
        Em  G C G
your heart 
        Em  G C G
your heart 
        Em  G C G
your heart
        Em  G C G 
your heart

Em     G         C         G
somtimes i feel six feet under
Em     G         C              G
somtimes i wanna scream loud as thunder
Em     G                 C                      G 
somtimes i know that the world feels like its shaking
Em            G                        C        G 
i'd rather be known for giving but for now im taking

A    C   A    C   
static in my mind 
A                        C                A     C
  just keep fighting the distance and the time

to your heart
         your heart 
         your heart 
         your heart

somwhere out there, theres a lost an found
somwhere out there, theres a lasting love 
somwhere out there, man its the saddest tune 
somwhere out there, i can hear your heart breaking

its just your heart 
         your heart 
         your heart breaking 
            
            
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