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Am	  
Sunshine
	
			 F			 G
There ain't a thing that you can do that's gonna ruin my night
-But there's just something about-
Am	
This dizzy dreamer and her bleeding little blue boy
F		 		 G
Licking your fingers like you're done and
			F                 G
You've decided there is so much more than me. -Oh-
	  Am				G	         F
And baby honestly it's harder breathing next to you, I shake
			     G
I brought a gun and as the preacher tried to stop me,
Am		   G
Hold my heart it's beating for you anyway


Am			     Em
What if I can't forget you? -Oh-
		F
I'll burn your name into my throat
	     G
I'll be the fire that'll catch you
Am				    Em
What's so good about picking up the pieces?
F			G			 Am
None of the colors ever light up anymore in this hole
F
Oh
G		      Am
Nobody prays for the heartless -No! -
				    F
Nobody gives another penny for the selfish
			 G
-You're learning how to taste what you kill now-
Am					
Don't mind me, I'm just reaching for your necklace
F				G
Talking to my mom about this little girl from Texas


Am			     Em
What if I can't forget you? -Oh-
		F
I'll burn your name into my throat
	     G
I'll be the fire that'll catch you
Am				    Em
What's so good about picking up the pieces?
F			G			 Am
None of the colors ever light up anymore in this hole


			Em
Just give her back to me
	   F				  G
You know I can't afford the medicine that feeds what I need
	Am			     Em
So baby what if I can't forget you? -What if I can't forget you?-
	   F			G			   Am	     F   G
Collide invisible lips like a shadow on the wall and just throw, oh no
You can't just throw me away!

Bridge: Am  Em 

   Am
So what if I can't forget you?
Em		F
I'll burn your name into my throat
	     G
I'll be the fire that'll catch you
Am				    Em
What's so good about picking up the pieces?
G
What if I don't even want to


Am			     Em
What if I can't forget you? -Oh-
		F
I'll burn your name into my throat
	     G
I'll be the fire that'll catch you
Am				    Em
What's so good about picking up the pieces?
F			G			 Am
None of the colors ever light up anymore in this hole
			Em
Just give her back to me
	   F				  G
You know I can't afford the medicine that feeds what I need
	Am			     Em
So baby what if I can't forget you? -What if I can't forget you?-
    F  			  G
I'd better learn to live alone


Am					     F  G      Am
What's so good about picking up the pieces?
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7 Comments

  1. Ryebread_Floss

    I found if you put a capo on the second fret it sounds pretty good!

  2. Canvasiity

    Strum pattern please??

    • d-du-udu is pretty much my go-to for any song and it seems to work well with this one, if you speed up the tempo

  3. dirtybrotherkiller

    this sounds really cool if you change the vocals to a bit of an acoustic thing idk it’s really easy too

  4. Thank you so much for posting this!!! I’m in love with ptv & many other bands in this genre :)

  5. Emmalyn Goltz

    This is really helpful and awesome! thanks for putting this up!

  6. thatlovelykilljoy

    Thank you for putting this up. It may seem like no one uses is but I’m in love with this genre. And this song!

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