Artist Miss E
Album Hummingbird - Single
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C              E7        Am          F
People dont sing about days that didn't happen and
C           E7       Am       G         C
People dont cry for tears that weren't shed
                 E7        Am      F     C
Time doesnt stop when you close your eyes and your 
       E7             G          Am        F
Big ol clock will keep on ticking until it dies


Chorus:
G                Am         F
Can you hear the hum of the hummingbird
G                        Am                        F
Can you smell the breeze carrying the leaves that it lured
C       E7           Am              F
Can you cry to your mother and your father too
C               E7            Am      G       C
Can you breathe..  until.. there's no air left in you


        E7            Am    F        C
What if there were no wings on a butterfly and
          E7        G        C
What if we walked a thousand days
                 E7          Am  F    C
How long would it take if we all held hands and
         E7             G   Am          F
How many miles could we go before our heads lay down


G                Am         F
Can you hear the hum of the hummingbird
G                        Am                        F
Can you smell the breeze carrying the leaves that it lured
C       E7            Am              F
Can you cry for your mother and your father too
C               E7            Am      G       C
Can you breathe..  until.. there's no air left in you


Bridge:
Am            F                     G                C
No ones going home tonight without a heartache and the moonlight
Am      F        G             C                    G                     Am
Keep on moving on until there's nothing else to move on to and we're gone


G                Am         F
Can you hear the hum of the hummingbird
G                        Am                        F
Can you smell the breeze carrying the leaves that it lured
C       E7            Am              F
Can you cry to your mother and your father too
C               E7            Am      G       C
Can you breathe..  until.. there's no air left in you
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ukuladie_2
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ukuladie_2

these chords are right, but they are above the wrong words which kinda make it difficult to play along to since the transitions here don’t match the song we know and listen to

brandonurlie
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brandonurlie

i came from oitnb ghahaha

help
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help

MEEE

Danaa
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Danaa

saaaaame

paramoir
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paramoir

@schirmdame just transpose to 0. I know it sounds weird but just trust me, it goes back to the version you prefer. I don’t know if it works on mobile though

Schirmdame
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Schirmdame

I am very sad that the chords have been changed i loved the song before so much and it was easier to play with just C E7 Am F and G Please please offer two versions!

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