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G … Vintage tee, brand new phone F High heels on cobblestones G When you are young they assume you know nothing Dm G F … Sequined smile, black lipstick, sensual politics G When you are young, they assume you know nothing C G … But I knew you, dancin’ in your Levi’s F Drunk under a streetlight, I … G I knew you, hand under my sweatshirt Baby, kiss it better, I Dm G … And when I felt like I was an old cardigan Under someone’s bed F G … You put me on and said I was your favorite Dm G … A friend to all is a friend to none F Chase two girls, lose the one G When you are young, they assume you know nothing C G … But I knew you playing hide-and-seek and Giving me your weekends, I F … I knew you G Your heartbeat on the High Line once in twenty lifetimes, I F Am … And when I felt like I was an old cardigan under someone's bed C F … You put me on and said I was your favorite F Am | / / / / | / / / / | / / / / | / / / / | G F | / / / / | / / / / | / / / / | / / / / | F Am To kiss in cars, and downtown bars was all we needed G F You drew stars around my scars, but now I’m bleedin’ C G … ‘Cause I knew you steppin’ on the last train Marked me like a bloodstain, I F G … I knew you tried to change the ending Peter losin’ Wendy, I C G … I knew you leavin’ like a father Runnin’ like water, I F G … When you are young, they assume you know nothing C But I knew you’d linger like a tattoo kiss G I knew you’d haunt all of my what-ifs F The smell of smoke would hang around this long G ‘Cause I knew everything when I was young C I knew I’d curse you for the longest time G Chasin’ shadows in the grocery line F I knew you’d miss me once the thrill expired G And you’d be standin’ in my front porch light Dm And I knew you’d come back to me G And you’d come back to me F And you’d come back to me G And you’d come back F Am …And when I felt like I was an old cardigan under someone’s bed C F … You put me on and said I was your favorite
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