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Sarah Blasko - Sweet November Chords

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Sweet November Chords

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                                    SARAH BLASKO - 'Sweet November'
            From the album 'The Overture & Underscore'(2005)

C^7		X 3 2 0 0 3
Cadd9		X 3 2 0 3 3
Cadd9/A	X 0 2 0 3 3
D(sus4)	X X 0 2 3 3
Em		0 2 2 0 0 3
Em/A		X 0 2 0 0 3
Am7		X 0 2 0 1 3

Cadd9      Am7      Em       Dsus4
Cadd9      Am7      Em       Dsus4   C^7

Em/A              C^7    Em/A           C^7
I thought about it tonight, I’m lucky to be alive
I never thought these city lights would ever shine so bright
Floating on the surface, threatened to be dragged down
I thought I was lost forever, it turns out I’m alright

Cadd9   Cadd9/A      Cadd9   Cadd9/A
Sweetest November, winter wasn’t here forever
Cadd9     Cadd9/A                   Em
Time to rest your weary head in the sun
Sweetest November, the world’s renewed its colour
Only just in time to welcome summer

I thought about you tonight, I’m lucky that you’re alive
Even in these uncertain times, you’ll make it through the night
You were floating on the surface, threatened to be dragged down 
I thought you were gone forever, it turns out you’ve been found

Sweetest November, winter wasn’t here forever
Time to rest your weary head in the sun
Sweetest November, the world’s renewed its splendour
Only just in time to welcome summer

D    C D      C
Captured in this light, beauty will survive
D    C D      C
Purified by fire you have made it to the sea

Sweetest November, winter wasn’t here forever
Time to rest your weary head in the sun
Sweetest November, the world’s renewed its colour
Only just in time to welcome summer
            
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