Artist Five For Fighting
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Intro -x2-: Em C G D

Verse:
           Em           C
There's no time to waste
        G         D
In this famous goodbye
        Em             C     G  D
There's Angels landing on the shore
       Em          C
So lay down with me
        G        D
Let the river run dry
     Em            C      G D
It's Sunday in the six-day war

Pre-Chorus:
Em            C       G
Smile darling don't be sad
Em                 D       C
Stars are going to shine tonight

Chorus:
                  G
Tell me where the good men go
Em       D        C
Before I wash away
                 G
Walk me down the old brick road
   Em        D              C
So I can die where I met you
                   G        Em
Hold me like we're going home
          D            C
Turn your tears to rain
        G
Bury me beautiful
Em           D
Heaven knows how I loved you

Interlude -x2-: Em  C  G  D

Verse:
          Em              C  G        D
There's a children's choir in perfect parade
Em                C        G  D
Singing like they found the Lord
Em             C
I can't say it they'll let me in
    G               D
But we can dance the way we did
Em                C      G  D
High above up the seventh floor

Pre-Chorus:
Em            C       G
Smile darling don't be sad
Em                 D       C
Stars are going to shine tonight

Chorus:
                  G
Tell me where the good men go
Em       D        C
Before I wash away
                 G
Walk me down the old brick road
   Em        D              C
So I can die where I met you
                   G        Em
Hold me like we're going home
          D            C
Turn your tears to rain
        G
Bury me beautiful
Em           D              Em C G
Heaven knows how I loved you
    D              Em  C  G D
And how I loved you

Bridge:
                 Em
Father hear your Son
                C
Do the good die young
                G
Did I raise you up, raise you up
         D
Make you Proud
               Em
Let the sun go out
                 C
Tear the Bridges down
          G
I'm on my way, on my way
          D
I'm going home
    Em C G D 
Home
    Em C G D

Chorus:
C                G
Tell me where the good men go
Em       D        C
Before I wash away
                 G
Walk me down the old brick road
   Em        D              C
So I can die where I met you
                   G
Hold me like we're going home
Em        D            C
Turn your tears to rain
        G
Bury me beautiful
Em           D
Heaven knows how I loved you
C                G
Tell me where the good men go
Em       D        C
Before I wash away
                 G
Walk me down the old brick road
   Em        D              C
So I can die where I met you
                   G
Hold me like we're going home
Em        D            C
Turn your tears to rain
        G
Bury me beautiful
Em           D              C  G  Em  D  C
Heaven knows how I loved you
G          Em  D
Heaven Knows
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