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Martina Mcbride - Heartaches By The Number Chords

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Heartaches By The Number Chords

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Martina Mcbride
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CAPO 1


INTRO:  E  A  B7  E 

E                                 A
Heartache number one was when you left me
    B7                              E
I never knew that I could hurt this way
    E                                  A
And Heartache number two was when you came back again
B7                                E
You came back and never meant to stay

CHORUS:
              E
Now I've got heartaches by the number
A
Troubles by the score
B7
Everyday you love me less
                     E
Each day I love you more
              E
Yes, I've got heartaches by the number
  A
A love that I can't win
        B7
But the day that I stop counting
           B7                E
That's the day my world will end


BREAK: E A  B7 E 2x 

VERSE 

E                                      A
Heartache number three was when you called me
    B7                               E
And said that you was coming back to stay
     E                               A  
With hopeful heart I waited for your knock on the door
  B7                                 E  
I waited but you must have lost your way

CHORUS:
              E
Now I've got heartaches by the number
A
Troubles by the score
B7
Everyday you love me less
                     E
Each day I love you more
              E
Yes, I've got heartaches by the number
   A
A love that I can't win
         B7
But the day that I stop counting
            B7               E
That's the day my world will end

OUTRO:   B7 E    E B7 E  
            
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