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Ma!
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If it's worth the made up smiles, the quiet fights
Gbm
Oh mother!
Gbm
It is hard not to look in the mirror's eye
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I have come to this while you have come along
A         Gbm                                         Bm      E    E7
So it's alright if you change your mind the other way around again
E7                   Bm      E    E7
I shouldn't have to spell my name


             Dmaj7                               A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             Dmaj7                              A     E
We're talking two way monologues with words that rhyme


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We
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can't reclaim the shirts we threw away last twirl
Gbm                                    Bm          E    E7
Uncurl the note-in-pocket, personal brochures that dust
E7                          Bm    E    E7
Machine-washed, that's how paper rusts


A1  Amaj7      A7              A7               D7    D7  Dm7 Dm7
Days you spend wanting some of Michael Landon's grace
       Gbm                                            Bm
strike back, now they shape your life as stony as his face
   E  E7                   Bm        E   E7
Oh no! I shouldn't have to spell his name


             Dmaj7                              A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues with words that rhyme
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             D7                 A
We're talking two way monologues

Solo: Dmaj7   A

             Dmaj7                              A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues with words that rhyme
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             D7                 A
We're talking two way monologues

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