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Invisible Tabs

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                Here's the chords for the by now ancient Michael Penn tune "Invisible"
Feel free to make corrections as needed. 

Intro	A E A E A E

Verse 1 E                      A
	She's there seperating orange from rind

	    C#m   D              A
	And I sit at her station every time

	   C#m                  F#m    B      A
	So whatever happened to common courtesy?

	    C#m              F#m       B         A 
	Now one in a million seems one more than me

	  C#m
	I don't mind just watching her parading for customers

	    F#m                  B  A   E    F#m
	But everybody bayed as I slowly fade

Chorus         A       E    |   (2nd chorus lyric)
	I go invisible      | 	I go invincible
                            |
	       A       E    |
	I go invisible 	    |   She went invisible
			    |
	       A       E    |
	I go invisible	    |   She looked invisible
			    |
	C#m             A   |
	Don't give me away  |   Don't give me away
				 (to bridge)
	E A E A

Verse 2 
	She's there pourin coffee watchin the time
	And I sit half amazed that she's pourin mine
	She said that she always pegged me as gay
	And she only plays for keeps when she plays
	Well isn't that something, you're pullin my heartstrings
	What you gonna do when you slowly fade?

	(2nd chorus)

	(A)             E
Bridge  Don't give me away

	                A
	Don't give me away

	B | B | A | A |

	A E A B
	(intro melody)

	       A       E
	I go invisible

	       A       B
	I go invisible

	       A       E
	I go invisible

	       A       B
	I go invisible

	C#m             A
	Don't give me away

	                E
	Don't give me away

	                A
	Don't give me away

	                B
	Don't give me away

	                A  C#m  E
	Don't give me away
            
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