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Patient Hope In New Snow  Bright Eyes

the[C] heat comes in distant shifts to fill up my room
it [C]spills out of these ancient vents to meet the new cold
and [C]i lay in my twisted sheets and stare out at the snow
thinking[C] of the next few months, my cold and lifeless eyes
And no, [F]I've never felt so separate     [C]
and then there's you but [Am]that's so obvious             [G]
So I j[F]ust say that it's [G]hopeless and i know this, that's why i can't dream
no desi[G]re or circumstance would keep this from me
wo[G]uld keep this fro[F]m me... w[G]ould keep this ...  would keep..
one by one, to dep[C]artment stores we walk through the aisles
in a forest[C] of designer clothes, you touch me and smile
and oh,[C] for a moment i [Am]could want nothing  [G]            [C]
your bright eyes burn[C] through my exploding (exploding) heart
and we stand a[F]s the shoppers pass us           [C]
and for once [Am](and for once), i can feel (can feel) [G]a touch complete
and i need it, i need[G] to just be near you and fill these empty eyes
y[F]ou start turning as resi[G]stance pulls you from my cold and boring life
let's[G] make it easy and let time pass, as devotion dies,
the lis[F]t goes on and on        [C]
            [C]                        [Am] [F] 
i have waited, an[C]d iÂ’m waiting for the pain to cure the fear
......(to cure[F] the fear)  [C]
C: x32010
Am: x02210
G: 32003x
F: x03211



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