Postcards An Horse
Capo 6th fret
It's the same 3 chords throughout (so not too difficult). Just the rhythm chnages.
Well, [Em]old post [G]card[C]s are [Em]romantic [G]when theyā??r[C]e intact
And [Em]old post[G]card[C]s are r[Em]omantically [G]filled of [C]fact.
And the[Em] ones you [G]have to [C]watch
are the[Em] ones that [G]keep coming [C]back.
And [Em]you came [G]back[C]; yes y[Em]ou c[G]ame [C]backā?¦k
Break. Em, G, C
Well old cards sit on old cards.
And the streets have changed,
But I think Iā??m still the same.
([Em]And itā??s not what I want to hear[G], what I want to see
but your [C]skinā??s covered in postcards from you[Em] to [G]me[C], to me.)
(When you see me sit by myself, youā??ll think that Iā??m waiting for someone else.
But Iā??m wishing for somewhere else, Iā??m wishing for somewhere else.) x2
(Two postcards in a month or so, well I donā??t know, I just donā??t know.) x2
And itā??s not what I want to hear, what I want to see
but your skinā??s covered in postcards from you to me, to meā?¦
to me, to me, to me, to me