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G
The voices in my head are shadows, shadows

She comes to me, to tell me what they're after
C 
Says it ain't the end boy but you best be careful, careful
G  
Might catch your tail end in a circle, circle
G
The ocean how she moves in ripples, ripples

In flashing lights I swear she wore old film then the 
C
Colour bleeds and she

Becomes an angel, angel, 
G
hmmm
Calls out to me like a siren to a scoundrel and I


Am 
Say… come on
G
child… and I
Am
Say… come on 
G
Child


C
The blanket where she hides my virgin lights
C
Look to the sea where the cotton hits the turnpike staring 
Dm
At your knees but I don't have the words right, words right now
C
If up to me my maker turned right, turned right

Lost another one but she still smiles, smiles

Black lovely nights and the
Am
Steady sea for miles says she 
Dm
Wants, o wants to stay a child, child now
C
And wonders why we ever, ever have to die and I


Am 
Say… come on
G
child… and I
Am
Say… come on 
G
Child
 

G 
Just a touch I'm gonna carry, carry

Another time where I probably shared the same life the 
C
Accent of a kiss whispers we're married, married now
G
It's either love or just the sun in my eyes and I 


Am 
Say… come on
G
child… and I
Am
Say… come on 
G
Child


C -let ring- 
Love love love love 
G -let ring-
Love
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  1. HarryPotterGirl

    Thank you so much for posting this! I love this song.

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