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Junkyard  Page France

Capo 5
[C/G] [Fmaj7] [G] [Am] [Em] [F] [E7]  
 
 -0--0-----3-0--0--1-0-|
 -1--1-----3-1--0--1-0-|
 -0--2-----0-2--0--2-1-|
 -2--3-----0-2--2--3-0-|
 -3--3-----2-0--2--3-2-|
 -3--x-----3-0--0--1-0-|

C/G x2
[C/G]You, me, and all the kings and [Fmaj7]queens
Buried in the junkyard
[C/G]And every time the herald Cherubs [Fmaj7]sing
We rattle with the car parts
[C/G]I was born to lie here patient[Fmaj7]ly
Be dragged on the by the black star
[C/G]And you were told to glow majestica[Fmaj7]lly
And love until your hands bleed
C/G Fmaj7 x2
[C/G]You stole your mother's whitest [Fmaj7]gown
Swallowed like a sunbeam
[C/G]And I stole your father's crusted [Fmaj7]crown
It shook us like a bad dream
[C/G]They were born to lie here patient[Fmaj7]ly
Waiting for the big swing
[C/G]But you were more than dressing for a [Fmaj7]feast
Eat until your teeth bleed
[G]Oh my royalty, my [Am]hand goes out to [Em]you
You look [F]painfully [E7]true
But I [Am]saw you [Em]cry like you [Am]used to [Em]laugh
When you [F]looked a[E7]round, Were you [F]looking [E7]back
At a [Am]lonely [Em]love, as to [Am]sprouting [Em]beans
No one's [F]quite as [E7]bloom, as they [F]play to [E7]be
I would [Am]love to [Em]stay, but my [Am]work is [Em]through
I'm the [F]truest [E7]song, that was [F]never [E7]true
[Am] [Em] [Am] [Em] [F] [E7] [F] [E7]  
Tabbed by Jeremy Latimer
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Am C/G E7 Em F Fmaj7 G
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