The Moon Red Handed The Good Life
at the beginning, and in between verses, im not sure if its E or Em,
but Em sounds better with the rest of the music...
E sounds good if you're playing with the guitar only, though...
[F] [Em] [F] [Em] [F] [Em] [F] [Em]
[Am]tell me, dear,
is there anything you'd [Em]like to hear?[E]
one last song before we [Am]disappear?
some [Dm]broken hearted [E]ballad
[F]built for two.
[Em] [F] [Em]
[Am]by the way, it seems my notebooks have [Em]been misplaced[E]
those scribbled poetries of [Am]yesterday
they've [Dm]no more effect on [E]me,
those [Dm]dead fee[E]lings
[Dm]the songs [G]we don?t [Am]sing are the hardest to h[Dm]ear.
words [G]left un[Am]said, words we wish we'd forg[Dm]et.
the guilt [G]slips from our l[Am]ips,
confessions [F]hidden be[E]hind eyelids.
would you look me in the [F]eye [Em]
and tell me[F]
does the moon weep at [Em]dawn?[F]
his brilliance ex[Em]posed[F]
by a fierce and burning [Em]sun.
[Dm]the songs [G]we don't [Am]sing we don't want to [Dm]hear.
words [G]left un[Am]said well, they're only words[Dm]
we lick the [G]guilt form our [Am]lips,
we make con[F]fessions from [E]fertile hips
and never look them in the [Dm]eye[G].[Am]
[Dm] [G] [Am]
[Dm] [G] [Am] [F] [E]