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Intro -x2-: Abm  Gb  Dbsus2


      Abm   
Waited for your call, for the moon
      Abm   
To release me from the longest afternoon
      Abm   
I've re-arranged parts of my living room
     Dbm                                    E
But time is hard to kill since I met you



    Abm                 Gb            Dbsus2
I'm looking at the cars that drive on by
    Abm                 Gb             Dbsus2
While spring is making promise outside
    Abm                Gb            Dbsus2
Red cars are quite rare I realize
     E                   Gb 
Then I wonder which colour you like



B
Seven little numbers
         Gb
Baby, they could be a start
Gb
Seven little numbers
         E
Baby, I know yours by heart




Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky for you


-Break-


    Abm                 Gb                 Dbsus2
Watch the sky change to a darkened blue
    Abm                 Gb                 Dbsus2
I can't think of another thing to do
    Abm                 Gb                          Dbsus2
And every song just makes me think of you
                    E
Because the singers sounds as if she was longing,
        Gb 
As if she was longing, too



B
Seven little numbers
         Gb
Baby, they could be a start
Gb
Seven little numbers
         E
Baby, I know yours by heart
B
Seven little numbers
         Gb
Baby they could make a change
Gb
Seven little numbers
          E
Make a fire out of this flame


Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky for you


Bridge -repeat riff 5 times-:
xA|-----|-------6-7-7-6----------|
xE|--4--|---6-7---------7-7-6-4--|
xD|-----|------------------------|
xG|-----|------------------------|

I read your name on every wall, on every wall - tell me
Is there a cure for me at all, for me at all - tell me
I read your name on every wall, on every wall - tell me
Is there a cure for me at all, for me at all


Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky for you


Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Abm              Gb         B
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky
Dbm                    E
These numbers could be lucky for you
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one Comment

  1. tattooed_ukulele2503

    +1 is easiest

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