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Selasa, 24 April 2012

Chord Gitar Secondhand Serenade - AWAKE



I just want to say
Have fun guest, !!!!!

Plucking Intro/Vers: C Am

Vers1
   C                                  Am
With every appearance by you, blinding my eyes,
                            C
I can hardly remember the last time I felt like I do.
                 Am
You're an angel disguised.
  
Bridge1
          F
And you're lying real still,
           G                           Am
but your heart beat is fast just like mine.
         F
And the movie's long over,
         G                                 Am
that's three that have passed, one more's fine.

Chorus:
           C    F        G
Will you stay awake for me?
   Am          G       F
I don't wanna miss anything
                      G
I don't wanna miss anything
         C        F       G
I will share the air I breathe,
      Am           G           F
I'll give you my heart on a string,
                            G
I just don't wanna miss anything.

Vers2
I'm trying real hard not to shake. I'm biting my tongue,
but I'm feeling alive and with every breathe that I take,
I feel like I've won. You're my key to survival.

Bridge2
And if it's a hero you want,
I can save you. Just stay here.
Your whispers are priceless.
Your breathe, it is dear. So please stay near.

Will you stay awake for me?
I don't wanna miss anything
I don't wanna miss anything
I will share the air I breathe,
I'll give you my heart on a string,
I just don't wanna miss anything.

Am   F   C           G
Say my name. I just want to hear you.
Am   F   C            G
Say my name. So I know it's true.
¨        Am                  F
You're changing me. You're changing me.
      C               G
You showed me how to live.
         F                   
So just say.
         G
So just say

Chorus:
That you'll stay awake for me.
I don't wanna miss anything.
I don't wanna miss anything.
I will share the air I breathe,
I'll give you my heart on a string,
I just don't wanna miss anything

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