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Wounded Bird  Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young








     [D]      [Em7]        [F#m7]         [Em7]         
     [D]      [Em7]        [F#m7]         [Em7]         
     I've wa[D]tched you go through c[Em7]hanges that[F#m7] no man should face a[Em7]lone

     T[D]ake to heel or [Em7]tame the horse the c[F#m7]hoice is still your [Em7]own

     But a[D]rm yourself ag[Em7]ainst the pain a [F#m7]wounded bird can [Em7]give

     And [D]in the end re[Em7]member it's with [F#m7]you you have to l[Em7]ive

     And [D]in the end re[Em7]member it's with [F#m7]you you have to l[D]ive

     [D]      [Em7]        [F#m7]         [Em7]         
     St[D]and your ground I t[Em7]hink you've got the [F#m7]guts it takes to [Em7]win

     But y[D]ou must learn to t[Em7]urn the key be[F#m7]fore she'll let you [Em7]in

     And u[D]nderstand the p[Em7]roblems of the [F#m7]girl you want so n[Em7]ear

     Or you'll w[D]ear the coat of q[Em7]uestions till the [F#m7]answer hat is h[Em7]ere

     You'll w[D]ear the coat of q[Em7]uestions till the [F#m7]answer hat is h[D]ere

     [D]      [Em7]        [F#m7]         [Em7]         
     S[D]erenade your [Em7]angel with a [F#m7]love song from your [Em7]eyes

     Gr[D]ow a little tal[Em7]ler even t[F#m7]hough your age def[Em7]ies

     F[D]eel a little s[Em7]maller and in [F#m7]stature you will r[Em7]ise

     A h[D]obo or a [Em7]poet must kill [F#m7]dragons for a b[Em7]ride

     And h[D]umble pie is [Em7]always hard to [F#m7]swallow with your pr[D]ide

     [D]      [Em7]        [F#m7]         [Em7]        [D] 
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Put your problems out with the cat -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-


Written by: Mick Anderson micka@jolt.mpx.com.au

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Must be lamb today cause beef was last week =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-				


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