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Kunci Gitar rachie and Cotton - First Train And Kafka




Kord Gitar rachie and Cotton - First Train And Kafka



[Verse 1]
         Fm                            
Though my heart is full of things I want
   Cm
to say to you,
       C#                         
I never seem to find the words, so 
         G#
please forgive me
       Fm                    Cm
When I woke up, I’d become a bug,
       C#            D#           G#
But I’m sure that’s a story you’ve heard
quite enough

       Fm                         Cm
We’re a bit short on time, so I’ll have 
to try
         C#                           
To send a letter in the mail, but will 
  G#
it reach you?
               Fm                   Cm
Though there’s nothing good about today
              C#              D#       
I’ll board the first train and be on my 
 G#
way

[Bridge]
Fm   Cm   C#   G#
---- ---- ---- ----
Fm   Cm   C# D# G#
---- ---- -- -- ----
Fm   Cm   C#   G#
---- ---- ---- ----
Fm   Cm   C# D# G#
---- ---- -- -- ----

[Verse 2]
        Fm                           
Though I know I have to learn to walk 
 Cm
before I run,
            C#                       
My legs just don’t appear to work, so 
         G#
please forgive me
     Fm                   Cm
The abelia’s are blooming bright,
            C#          D#       G#
Gazing down on the town sleeping tight

      Fm                          
On the windowpane there was a tiny 
Cm
basking bug
            C#                      
And though I could have set it free, 
         G#
instead I crushed it
    Fm                       Cm
The summer breathes a gentle breeze
         C#            D#      G#
Over the white flowers swaying lovely

[Pre-Chorus]
       Cm              C#
In the books that I’ve read,
        D#              Fm
Nothing felt quite like this
        Cm          C#
Days we cherish and miss
         D#
Somebody fumbled with life
       C
And pretended to die

[Chorus]
      C#        D#    Fm        Cm    
We go along, singing a song, singing a 
C#
song
   D#            Fm
To hear what our hearts have to tell
           C#       D#       Fm       
So might as well, oh well, oh well, oh 
Cm       C#
well, oh well
     D#        Fm
Grow roses for more than their smell
      C#        D#       Fm       Cm   
You go along, so long, so long, so long,
   C#
so long
       D#           Fm
You’ve wandered off so far away
        C#     D#        Cm      Fm    
And as I try to put these quaking words 
  C#
to pen,
     D#                         Fm
I've run out of space to write again

[Bridge]
Cm   C#   G#
---- ---- ----
Fm   Cm   C# D# G#
---- ---- -- -- ----

[Verse 3]
   Fm                         Cm
One morning I awoke and was surprised to
find
       C#                              
That my legs had multiplied while I was 
G#
sleeping
   Fm                    Cm
It seemed I had become a bug
       C#            D#           G#
But I’m sure that’s a story you’ve heard
quite enough

       Fm                          
Since I had no family my form could 
Cm
frighten, I
      C#                           
Looked down upon the town as it was 
G#
dreaming
    Fm                       Cm
The summer breathes a gentle breeze
         C#             D#          G#
You were always just as gentle with me

[Pre-Chorus]
   Cm           C#
In time you may find
       D#                Fm
Humans lead such hateful lives
     Cm            C#
If I give up humanity,
       D#                           
Could I see you again, and would you 
C
smile at me?

[Chorus]
            C#
I’ve always known,
D#     Fm     Cm     C#
Alone, alone, alone, alone
     D#           Fm
That I would end up on my own
            C#
But still I will
  D#      Fm      Cm      C#
I will, I will, I will, I will,
      D#       Fm
Watch over the flowers until
            C#
I hear your song
   D#       Fm       Cm       C#
So long, so long, so long, so long!
    D#          Fm
You might never sing it again
        C#     D#        Cm      Fm    
And as I try to put these quaking words 
  C#
to pen,
     D#                        Fm
I've run out of time to write again

[Bridge]
Fm  D#    C#  Cm    Fm  D#    C#   D#
--- ----- --- ----- --- ----- ---- ----
Fm  D#    C#  Cm    Fm  D#    A#m      
--- ----- --- ----- --- ----- -------- 
Cm
-----...

C#            D#
Ah, I knew, I knew
                  Cm               G#
That not a single word I wrote was true
                 C#                    
‘Cause there’s no way that I could turn 
       D#
into an insect,
              Fm                       
And there’s no way you’ll ever read the 
       G#
letters that I sent
C#          D#
Ah, I knew, I knew
                        Cm             
That there’s a price you have to pay to 
Fm                    C#
make your dreams come true
              C         D#
I knew it all along…

[Chorus]
        C#     D#         Cm     Fm    
And even now, I grasp your letter in my 
C#
hand
   D#          Fm
As if it’s the last thing I have
             C#         D#         
The words you wrote, the words I’ve 
Cm     Fm      C#
always held so close
    D#          Fm
Are distant and fading like smoke
         C#        D#       Cm    
You went along, singing your song, 
   Fm       C#
singing your song
   D#           Fm
To hear what my heart had to tell
         C#       D#      Cm      Fm  
I haven’t told you yet the words I put 
  C#   D#
to pen,
N.C.
And once again

      D         E     F#m       C#m   
We go along, singing a song, singing a 
D
song
   E             F#m
To hear what our hearts have to tell
           D        E        F#m      
So might as well, oh well, oh well, oh 
C#m      D
well, oh well
     E         F#m
Grow roses for more than their smell
       D        E        F#m      C#m  
You go along, so long, so long, so long,
   D
so long
       E            F#m
You’ve gone to live so far away
        D      E         C#m     F#m   
And as I try to put these quaking words 
  D
to pen,
     E                         F#m
I've run out of time to write again
F#m  C#m
---- ----
D                                 E
  I've run out of space to write again

[Outro]
F#m  C#m  D    A
---- ---- ---- ----
F#m  C#m  D  E  A
---- ---- -- -- ----
F#m  C#m  D    A
---- ---- ---- ----
F#m  C#m  D  E  A
---- ---- -- -- ----

         F#m                           
Though my heart is full of things I want
   C#m
to say to you,
       D                          
I never seem to find the words, so 
         E
please forgive me
       F#m                   C#m
When I woke up, I’d become a bug,
          D           E              
That’s the plot of the song that I’ve 
A
sung
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