Artist Miley Cyrus
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Intro: E


E
 After twelve, not so well
                                Dbm
 Won't pretend it's too soon to tell
                    A
 What's around this bend
E
 No disgrace... about face...
                         Dbm
 Anything not to have to chase
          A
 You down again 


         A                  E   
You know nothing hurts like losing 
         Dbm               B
When you know it's really gone 
       A               E   
Except for the pain of choosing
   B
To hold too long 


           E
I tried it your way 
          B
But I got nothing to show 
              Gbm
It's been the same, same 
        E               B
And the story's getting old 
               E
So I guess the driveway 
            B
Will be the end of the road 
            Gbm
For us it's too late 
        E                B   E
Let the credits start to roll 


E
 A lot to say, but not today 
                         Dbm
 Let the radio break the silence 
       A
 As we drive 
E
 A kiss goodbye, not this time 
                                Dbm
 Don't remember what about this song 
        A
 I ever liked 


         A                  E   
You know nothing hurts like losing 
         Dbm               B
When you know it's really gone 
       A               E   
Except for the pain of choosing
   B
To hold too long 


           E
I tried it your way 
          B
But I got nothing to show 
              Gbm
It's been the same, same 
        E               B
And the story's getting old 
               E
So I guess the driveway 
            B
Will be the end of the road 
            Gbm
For us it's too late 
        E                B
Let the credits start to roll 


A                        E   
 I thought maybe we were getting somewhere 
Dbm               B
 But we're still nowhere at all 
A             E   
 I watch your tail lights fading 
B
 I try but the tear wont fall 
A                   E   
 I remember what it feels like to know 
 Dbm               B
 Love and have it taken away 
A                      E   
 Can't think of what I learned right now  
             B                 E B Gbm E B
 But I'll be thanking you someday 


           E
I tried it your way 
          B
But I got nothing to show 
              Gbm
It's been the same, same 
        E               B
And the story's getting old 
               E
So I guess the driveway 
            B
Will be the end of the road 
            Gbm
For us it's too late 


        E                B E B Gbm
Let the credits start to roll 
        E                B
Let the credits start to roll 
               E     B
So I guess the driveway 


            Gbm         E  B E B
Will be the end of the road 
- Be the end of the road - 
            Gbm         E  B E
Will be the end of the road 
- Be the end of the road -    
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