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Ardie Collins

"Hungry Lungs" - Ardie Collins (Original) from The Water's Fine companion soundtrack

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Kiera Jo - The Past Revisited - http://youtu.be/qJqJn4k-b0k

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Capo on 6 - Chords relative to capo are G, C9, Dsus4. (So actual chords, I guess, are the same variations on C#, F# and G#, but I'm not smart enough to know whether that's how music actually works.)

Intro - G, C9
Verse Pattern - G, C9, G, Dsus4, D
Chorus - C9, G (Repeat throughout), then finish on Dsus4, D
Bridge - C9, G, C9, D

Verse 1
I can't keep up, I just blinked now I can't keep up
I am back where I learnt of love and how no two kinds are the same
I tripped up, lost my step and then I tripped up
I swear I'm stuck in a photograph, I try in vain to escape

Chorus 1
We best be fast or we'll become memories
The sort where people lie and say, "They ain't what they used to be"
Careful with your heart it could get worn down on your sleeve
When we first heard that song we forget how to breathe
And I still don't know.

Verse 2
We reminisce, we could never get sick of this
We don't care how they bend and twist, the stories change every time
I can't keep up, I blinked once now I can't keep up
And I am back where I learnt of love and how no two kinds ever rhyme

Chorus 2
When I was at the door I saw the way that your eyes fell
You never really hid your disappointment all that well
Careful with your heart it could get worn down on your sleeve
When they first played that song we forget how to breathe
And I still don't know.

Bridge
So come outside, the water's fine, y'know
'casue in that house there isn't room to grow

Chorus 3
We best be fast or we'll become memories
The sort where people lie and say, "They ain't what they used to be"
When I was at the door I saw the way that your eyes fell
You never really hid your disappointment all that well
Careful with your heart it could get worn down on your sleeve
When we first learnt that song we forget how to breathe
And I still don't know. Show less
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