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|Genre||folk, folk rock, indie, indie rock, seen live|
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Intro: C Verse: C G F So now I am older Em F Than my mother and father Em Dm When they had their daughter G F G G7 Now what does that say about me? C G F Oh how could I dream of Em F Such a selfless and true love Em Dm Could I wash my hands of? G F G G7 Just lookin out for me Chorus: F Em Dm Dsus2 Oh man what I used to be F Em Dm F G G7 Oh man oh my oh me F Em Dm Dsus2 Oh man what I used to be F Em Dm F G G7 Oh man oh my oh me Verse -same as first-: In dirth or in excess Both the slave and the empress Will return to the dirt I guess Naked as when they came I wonder if I'll see Any faces above me Or just cracks in the ceiling Nobody else to blame Chorus: F Em Dm Dsus2 Oh man what I used to be F Em Dm F G G7 Oh man oh my oh me F Em Dm Dsus2 Oh man what I used to be F Em Dm F G G7 Oh man oh my oh me Verse -same as first-: Gold teeth and gold jewelry Every piece of your dowry Throw them into the tomb with me Bury them with my name Unless I have someday Ran my wandering In my underwaaaa Interlude: Em Dm aaaay G F G G7 ooooo Outro: F Em Dm -hold- Oh man what I used to be F Em Dm Dsus2 Montezuma to tripoli F Em Dm F G Oh man oh my oh me