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Trees in the City  Clearlake

 
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TREES IN THE CITY - Clearlake
 
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Tabbed by: Jim Collett
Chords used:
C#m x46654
B x24442
A x02220
E 022100
E* x76454
C7 x35353 [bass plays Bb]
[Intro] 
C#m B A E A E x3
[C#m] [B] [A] [E] [B] [E]  
[Verse 1] 
[C#m] Look [E*] around and [C#m] you can [E*] see
[C#m] Maybe [E*] things could [C7] be [E*] better
[C#m] Ever[E*]greens [C#m] haven?t [E*] been
[C#m] All they [E*] promised [B] they?d [E] be
[Verse 2] 
There?s hope there, there?s fresh air
There are trees in the city
Standing out from the background
Saying things could be worse
[Cborus] 
[C#m] I [B] wouldn?t have [A] thought
Anything [E] living [A] could [E] grow
[C#m] Here [B] what with the [A] smoke
That I can [E] smell on [A] your [E] clothes
[C#m] There?s [B] mud on your [A] shoes
And there?s [E] dirt in [A] your [E] hair
[C#m] Still [B] maybe the [A] trees
In the [E] city are [B] still [E] there
[Verse 3] 
We?ll stand in the shadows
Of that dirty great cathedral
Do you ever get the feeling?
That you?re being watched
[Verse 4] 
If you?re evil or wicked
Then you won?t know what hit you
It?s there to remind you
You?d best watch your step
[Repeat cborus twice] 

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