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Lyle Lovett - Simple Song Chords

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Simple Song Chords

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Lyle Lovett
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This is from memory, so I hope I haven't butchered this one too badly,
particularly the lyrics....As with everything I post this is transposed
into a key I can sing it in, you'll have to change it to do it in the
same key as the recording.

Am9          C               G
It's a simple song for simple feelings
Am9          C                   E7
You see the moon and you watch it rise
F             C                   G
Across the continent a night bird sings
Am9          E7                Am9
And someone somewhere hears its cry

Am9        C            G
Disillusioned, keep your head down
Am9          C                E7
'Cause if you do they'll never know
F              C                 G
You'll have no answers to their questions
Am9           E7             Am9
And they will have to let you go

Am9   C             G
Disenfranchised revolution
Am9    C                 E7
Take away by right what's yours
F             C               G
They make you martyrs of your own cause
Am9            E7                  Am9
But they don't know what cause its for

Am9   C             G
All deserted stand alerted
Am9             C                 E7
They'll love you when you're all alone
F          C                G
You find a red rose in the morning light
Am9         E7                 Am9
But wait the night and find it gone

Am9       C                    G
So hear my words with faith and passion
Am9       C             E7
For what I say to you is true
F         C                G
When you find the one you might become
Am9      E7           Am9
Remember part of me is you
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