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Am
Sometimes late at night
              Dm
The shadows in the room
             Em
They shift to form the pieces
        Am     Dm      Em
Of my self-dug tomb
    Am    
You’re somewhere else now
Dm
With a carefree heart
            Em
You’ve forgotten all about me
            Am     Dm       Em
Like a buried piece of art


        G 
You shattered me to pieces
      G
You left me in the dirt
     Am
You broke me in every way
     C 
That God put on Earth
    G 
You told me I was wrong
     G
And tore my paper view
    Am
And now I see what was inside
   C 
I wish I knew


        Am
Someone has your heart
       Dm
They know the one I knew
     Em
I can hear the laughter
    Am     Dm         Em
And I know that you can too
     Am
But now we both know
     Dm
The monster in its sleep
     Em
The one that lays dormant
    Am   Dm      Em
Until it’s time to feast


     G 
You shattered me to pieces
    G
You left me in the dirt
      Am
You broke me in every way
      C 
That God put on Earth
       G 
You told me I was wrong
     G
And tore my paper view
      Am
And now I see what was inside


C 
I wish I knew

Interlude: Am Dm Em G

    Am
I wish the poor girl happiness
     Dm                   Em
I hope that she’ll forgive
      G 
I wish that you would spare her
       G
The pain that I have lived
       Dm
I hope she doesn’t have to break
      Dm          Em
That it won’t go askew
     Am
I hope she sees the better you
   Dm                G 
The one I wish I knew
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