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Porcelain  David Cook

Artist:David Cook
Album:Analog Heart
Tabbed by:Aj
Tuning: Standard
A B C# E(7th Fret) 2x
[A] I'll see what you want me to see
Through rose-colored glasses
I can[C#]'t see the blood in my hand
[A] Now you're over, you're so [C#]over
All over my head
[A] I pray to God I find my way
Back to som[C#]ething familiar
Please tear me from this contrab[A]and
Now it's over, it's so [C#]over
It's under my bed
[A] The painting's w[B]orn pale
Your eyes have s[C#]tarted fading
Were they ever even really ther[E]e
[A] Nothing to g[B]ive with everything you t[C#]ake[E]
[A] The cracks in you[B]r smile make it impos[C#]sible
To decipher something legibl[E]e
[A] Your porcelain f[B]ace and a heart of gl[C#]ass[E]
Verse 2:
(same as the first verse)
No time for dependency
We're going over at light speed
No scenery to stimulate
Something older, we grow older
But nothing ever seems to change
I pray to God you lose your way
You're something peculiar
On one leg only I'll still take a stand
I fall over, a tall order
These times I need to rearrange
After the first verse repeat the chorus again..
when playing the solo part, play the chords in the verse and then in the chorus part...
after the solo repeat the chorus and play C# part in the chorus until the end...
also when playing the chorus just listen to the parts where you have to mute the C#....
that's it.. for your comments and suggestions e-mail me at my e-add located at the upper
of this page.. thank you...

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