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D Em Bm Verse 1: G D Green was the color of the grass Em Bm Where I used to read at Centennial Park G D Em Bm I used to think I would meet somebody there G D Teal was the color of your shirt Em Bm When you were sixteen at the yogurt shop G D Em Bm You used to work at to make a little money Chorus: D Time, curious time Em Gave me no compasses, gave me no signs D Em Were there clues I didn't see? D Em And isn't it just so pretty to think D All along there was some Em Invisible string G D Em Bm Tying you to me? G D Em Bm Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh Verse 2: G D Bad was the blood of the song in the cab Em Bm On your first trip to l.a. G D Em Bm You ate at my favorite spot for dinner G D Bold was the waitress on our three-year trip Em Bm Getting lunch down by the Lakes G D Em Bm She said I looked like an American singer Chorus: D Time, mystical time Em Cutting me open, then healing me fine D Em Were there clues I didn't see? D Em And isn't it just so pretty to think D All along there was some Em Invisible string G D Em Bm Tying you to me? G D Em Bm Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh Bridge: Bm a string that pulled me Am G D Out of all the wrong arms, right into that dive bar Am G D Something wrapped all of my past mistakes in barbed wire Am G Chains around my demons D Am Wool to brave the seasons G D One single thread of gold G D Em Bm Tied me to you Verse 3: G D Cold was the steel of my axe to grind Em Bm For the boys who broke my heart G D Em Bm Now I send their babies presents G D Gold was the color of the leaves Em Bm When I showed you around Centennial Park G D Em Bm Hell was the journey but it brought me heaven Chorus: D Time, wondrous time Em Gave me the blues and then purple-pink skies D And it's cool Em Baby, with me D Em And isn't it just so pretty to think D All along there was some Em Invisible string Am G D Tying you to me? Am G D Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh Am G D Me Am G D Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
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