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Anchor  Alejandro Escovedo

Never done this before, but I have appreciated everything on here so I decided to
contribute, and I love this song. Your kind corrections are appreciated.
Intro:
[G] [D] [C]  
[G] [C]  
[G] [D] [C]  
[G] [D]  
Verse 1:
[G]Ive always lo[D]ved your lo[C]ve
[G]In and out, [C]up and down
[G]If your love was a ship,[D] [C]
[G]Id pull your anchor and Id ch[D]risten it.
Chorus:
[Em] Im in lo[G]ve with love, (Im in love)
[Em] And it b[G]roke me in two (in two)
[Em] Im in lo[G]ve with love,
[D]Look out babe its going to break you, too
Verse 2 (same as 1)
I pull your ship across the ocean wide
Hold my breath and dive, dive, dive
Held me at the bottom and ask me why
Open my mouth and Id tell them why, cuz
Chorus:
Im in love with love, (Im in love)
And it broke me in two (in two)
Im in love with love,
So look out, babe, its going to break you, too
Solo: I am not sure what's going on here but I play some Am and Em and it sounds alright!
Were h[Em]uddled on the benches
Were sa[G]yin our prayers
Two l[Em]overs in the mist
With the [G]salt in their hair
Im in l[Em]ove, Im in love
And it b[G]roke me in two
Im in lo[Em]ve Im in love,
Its gonna br[D]eak you, too, yes it will
Verse 3:
The waves are breaking in a foreign tongue
Understand but feeling numb
Your love was a ship,
Id pull your anchor and hang on to it
Chorus twice and then back to intro

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