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Love Runs Out - OneRepublic | Cover by the Moon Loungers

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Here's our cover of the splendid new OneRepublic tune "Love Runs Out". Stu the drummer was unable to attend the session, so we did our best to add some percussion using our feet...

Please note there is a line in verse 2 that we couldn't figure out, so Steve came up with something that fitted in. We've since discovered that the lyrics are actually "I'll be your fifty thousand clapping like one", not "I'll be your fin dee down sin chapping like one". Oh well, I guess that's why Ryan Tedder earns the big bucks!

If you don't already know the back story of this song, here goes: Tedder wrote the verses a while back, but couldn't quite muster a suitable chorus, so the song was shelved and didn't make it onto the recent album. Having since finished it, he though it might as well be issued as a self-standing single. A good decision.

Boring technical note: This version is in E, which is 3 semi tones lower than the original (which is in G). To play along with the original using these chords, place a capo on fret 3.
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Here's our cover of the splendid new OneRepublic tune "Love Runs Out". Stu the drummer was unable to attend the session, so we did our best to add some percussion using our feet...

Please note there is a line in verse 2 that we couldn't figure out, so Steve came up with something that fitted in. We've since discovered that the lyrics are actually "I'll be your fifty thousand clapping like one", not "I'll be your fin dee down sin chapping like one". Oh well, I guess that's why Ryan Tedder earns the big bucks!

If you don't already know the back story of this song, here goes: Tedder wrote the verses a while back, but couldn't quite muster a suitable chorus, so the song was shelved and didn't make it onto the recent album. Having since finished it, he though it might as well be issued as a self-standing single. A good decision.

Boring technical note: This version is in E, which is 3 semi tones lower than the original (which is in G). To play along with the original using these chords, place a capo on fret 3. Show less
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