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Broken Arrow Chords

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The Cribs
Intro]
C#m E E A
C#m E E A
B

[Verse 1]
E                    C#m
On doomsday you may just see me
E                    G#m
Sheltered under the marquee
                     A
We'll walk back our promise
E
On my knees
       A           B
And tarnish the twinkling

[Verse 2]
E                    C#m
Well then I'm going to Dree
E                    G#m
Where every leaf on every tree
                     A
Will mock me for nothing
C#m
Eternally
       A        C#m
Find reasons eternally

[Chorus 1]
E                                    C#m
Broken arrow, saw you out the back...oh
E                                    C#m
On a winters beach, drag me out to sea
A                               E
Cos you flew too far oh, for a broken arrow
A                               E
Be the wreck of me, is that your fantasy?

[Verse 3]
E                    C#m
Fledlings that I couldn't save
E                    G#m
Would probably be dead now anyway
                     A
I'm sorry that nothing could change your fate
C#m
Cascadia, it's in her hands
A               C#m
My future in her hands

[Chorus 2]
E                                    C#m
Broken arrow, saw you out the back...oh
E                                    C#m
Bleeding on the shells, sick from weaving spells
A                               E
But if you don't pull through, I swear I'll avenge you
A                         E
Automatically, 'til the end of me

[Chorus 3]
E                                    C#m
Broken arrow, saw you out the back...oh
E                                    C#m
On a winters beach, drag me out to sea
A                               E
Cos you flew too far oh, for a broken arrow
A                         E
Be the wreck of me, is that your fantasy?            
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