HANG Matchbox 20
[G]She grabs her magazines, she packs her things and she goe[C]s. [Em]She eaves
the pictures hanging on the wall. She burns all her notes and she knows,
she's been here too few years, to feel this old.
[G]He smokes his cigarette, he stays outside 'til its go[C]ne. [Em]If anybody ever
had a h[D]eart, well,[G] he wouldn't be alo[C]ne. He kn[G]ows, she's been here too
few [D]years to be gone[C].
And we a[G]lway[D]s say[C], it would be g[G]ood to [D]go a[C]way, someday, but if there's
[Em] [D] [C]nothing there to make things change, if it's the same for you I'll just
Fill In: G, C x2
[G]The trouble undrstand, is she got reasons he [C]don't. [Em] Funny how he couldn't
see [D]it all, '[G]til she grabbed up her[C] coat, and she [G]goes. She's been here
too few [D]years, [G]to take it all in [C]stride.
Yeah, but still it's much too long, to let hurt go (you let her go).
And we [G]alwa[D]ys sa[C]y, it would be [G]good to[D] go [C]away, someday, but if there's
[Em]nothing there to[D] make things change if it's the [C]same for you I'll [C]always
hang. Well I a[G]lway[D]s s[C]ay, it would be g[G]ood to [D]go a[C]way,
but if [Em]things don't work out like we [D]think and there's nothing [Em]there to
[D]ease this ache, but if there's [Em]nothing there to make thi[D]ngs change,
if it's the [C]same for you I'll just hang.[G]