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Somebodys Yesterday Chords
Version #1
Leigh Nash


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[VERSE 1:]
C
Texas is bigger than I remember
    Dm
The road seems to end in the sky
     G
This drive back home feels like forever
C
Hoping I'm still on your mind


[VERSE 2:]

Outside of Austin, at our old apartment
    Dm
Are you still there all alone?
     G
Then I see you walking with your arms around her
    C
And suddenly Texas is cold


[CHORUS:]
F                      G
There's no one else to blame
E7                    Am
I chose to just walk away
Fm                                           C
Sometimes a lover discovers who matters, too late
    G                                           F  C
Now I've got to learn how to live as somebody's yesterday


[VERSE 3:]

Maybe I'll call you, maybe you'll answer
Dm
Maybe we'll talk about her
    G
But that won't happen, I'm not gonna call you
      C
We'll never be what we were


[CHORUS:]
F                      G
There's no one else to blame
E7                    Am
I chose to just walk away
Fm                                           C
Sometimes a lover discovers who matters, too late
    G                                           F  C
Now I've got to learn how to live as somebody's yesterday


[BRIDGE:]
   F
If yesterday was so bad
                                 C
Why do we go back over and over again?
                  Ab
If that's all you have
                                     G
You just stay there and pray someone new walks in


[CHORUS:]
F                      G
There's no one else to blame
E7                    Am
I chose to just walk away
Fm                                           C
Sometimes a lover discovers who matters, too late
    G                                           F  C
Now I've got to learn how to live as somebody's yesterday


[OUTRO:]
C
Texas is bigger than I remember            
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