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Oh L'Amour  Erasure

Song: Oh'Lamour
Transcribe: Paul N
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Oh [D#]l'amo[Bb]ur
Broke my h[G#]eart
Now I'm aching for y[Bb]ou
Mon am[D#]our[Bb]
What's a b[G#]oy in love
Supposed to [Bb]do?
[Bb] [D#] [Bb] [D#]  
[Bb] [D#] [Bb] [D#]  
Looking for [Bb]you
You were looking for [D#]me
Always reaching for [Bb]you
You were too blind to s[D#]ee
Oh love of my h[G#]eart
Why leave me al[Bb]one
I'm falling ap[Fm]art
No good on my o[Bb]wn
Oh l'am[D#]our[Bb]
Broke my h[G#]eart
Now I'm aching for y[Bb]ou
Mon am[D#]our[Bb]
What's a b[G#]oy in love
Supposed to [Bb]do?
[Cm]  
Why throw it a[Bb]way
Why walk out on [D#]me
I just live for the d[Bb]ay
For the way it should [D#]be
There once was a t[G#]ime
Had you here by my s[Bb]ide
You said I wasn't your k[Fm]ind
Only here for the r[Bb]ide
Oh l'am[D#]our[Bb]
Broke my h[G#]eart
Now I'm aching for y[Bb]ou
Mon am[D#]our[Bb]
What's a b[G#]oy in love
Supposed to [Bb]do?
[Cm]  
[Bb] [G#] [D#]  
[Bb] [G#] [Cm]  
No emotional t[Bb]ies
You don't remember my n[D#]ame
I lay down and d[Bb]ie
I'm only to bl[D#]ame
Oh love of my h[G#]eart
It's up to you n[Bb]ow
You tore me ap[Fm]art
I hurt inside-[Bb]out
Oh l'am[D#]our[Bb]
Broke my h[G#]eart
Now I'm aching for y[Bb]ou
Mon am[D#]our[Bb]
What's a b[G#]oy in love
Supposed to [Bb]do?
Oh l'am[D#]our[Bb]
Broke my h[G#]eart
Now I'm aching for y[Bb]ou
Mon am[D#]our[Bb]
What's a b[G#]oy in love
Supposed to [Bb]do?
(Fade out)
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