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Toad The Wet Sprocket - Always Changing Probably Tabs

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Always Changing Probably Tabs

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Toad The Wet Sprocket
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Alway Changing Probably

contributed by Ryan Houlette
another in the "This is the way I play it, guys" series
in other words, don't blame me if it's wrong
(but tell me how to fix it)

Okay, this song is appegiated on the recording, but I'll give the
straight chords first.

[verse1]
Am          F
I wanted to follow you down 
        G
To your well-furnished cave and to laugh at your art
Am          F
I wanted to tell you the truth
        G
But I'm always afraid that you'll be torn apart
Am    F          G
Oh       Say the word and I'll tell you you're wrong
Am    F          G                              Em    C    D
Oh       Say the word, I've been waiting for so long

[chorus]
D            Em    C    D 
But when you talk,         
D                  Em    C    D
there's nothing to hear
D          Em       C    D
I'm always changing, 
D                 Em      C     D
you're too far or too near

[verse2]
Am          F
I wanted to tell her the truth
        G
But I'm always afraid that it's not in her heart
Am          F
I wanted to say how I felt
        G
But I'm always afraid that she'll stop when I start
Am   F          G
Oh      Say the word, when we're there at her home
Am   F          G                               Em    C    D
Oh      Say the word, 'cause I don't want to be alone

[chorus]
D            Em    C    D
But when she talks
D                Em    C    D
She's all that I hear
D         Em      C     D
How can I help it
D                  Em    C     D
You are always too near
            
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