[G] [C] [G]The pressure builds, you [F]buy a gift, you're hoping that your dread will lift
[G] [C] [G] [D]It glitters[G] on her like a glass, you shudder as it comes to pass
Apologize, to Luceli[C]ll, converse with Ed, a drive w[G]ith Jill[F]
[G] [C] [G] [D]Your fre[G]inds confine you in thier worlds, one by one, a string of pearls
Confused you say, "This isn't me." You hov[C]er in thier unity[G] [F]
[G] [C] [G]Ashame[D]d you slowl[F]y lose your grasp, release the links, undo the clasp
[G] [C] [G]The skin that drips dow[F]n off the tree, or peels back slowly from your knee
[G] [C] [G] [D]Erupts in[G]to your lung and heart, you laugh and laughing, fall apart
Laugh and laughing fall apart...
If you've ever heard the song you know how it goes from here. It's a pretty
easy song to play, I like to chance it to open chords on "The skin that drips
down..." Just because it adds a little variety to the song and is easier on
my fingers. Anyhoo, enjoy!
Bill Schofield (and Caroline)