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October Blood  The Lawrence Arms

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Key: G
Tuning: Standard EADGBe
chords used:
Em - 022000
C - x32010
G - 320033
D - xx0232
Intro: Em(hold)
Verse 1:
I was born and I
died[D] And just a
[C]moment went by[Em] I was
a son and a brother
[D] I stand out [C]over the
water[Em] Waves crashed
on the shore[D] This is
the [C]day that I was [Em]born[D] [C]
Chorus 1:
[Em] I burn [D]on I burn
[C]on Autumn cold
beneath my [Em]feet
I burn [D]on I burn [C]on
Walked through the
city while it s[Em]leeps
I burn [D]on I burn
[C]on This is the day
that I was [Em]born[D] [C]
Verse 2:
[Em] Caught s[D]nowflakes
on my [C]tongue
I thought I knew
what love was
[Em] A thousand [D]push
pins in a [C]map
Only to prove
I could e[Em]xist
Don't [D]hold
on too [C]hard
To the way that
everything [Em]was[D] [C]
Chorus 2:
[Em] I burn [D]on
I burn [C]on
Endless summer
in my [Em]heart
I burn [D]on
I burn [C]on
I'm not afraid
to fall a[Em]part
I burn [D]on
I burn [C]on
This is the day
that I was [Em]born[D] [C]
[G] And my eyes are [C]fading
[G] Half lives filled on
[D]hand written pages
[Em] She's already s[C]leeping
[G]I'll just lay here and
[D]listen to her breathing
Interlude: Em-D-C-- x2
[Em] [D]Oh[C] Autumn cold
beneath my [Em]feet
[D]Oh[C] Endless summer
in my [Em]heart
[D]Oh[C] This is the day
that I was [Em]born[D] [C]
[Em] I was [D]born and I died
C C(hold)
And just a moment went by
 Piano playing: C-D-Em-C--G- x4

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