Two Gallants - Age Of Assassins
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|Band name||Two Gallants|
|Song name||Age Of Assassins|
These are the basic chords. So find out how to pick it exactly yourself. Get the melody when he starts " when I die alone.." and it will sound pretty well. capo: 2 fret C Oh when the summer sun come cutting Like a clean razor blade F And I wake to the day and all the visions I've made C Reached out my hand for the curl of her hair F And whisper my dreams to the girl who's not there G Gather some memory from the night before C G F Where'd she go? she go, where'd she go? G Screaming of threats and slam of a door C G F Well I don't know, don't know, don't know C So I look to the window and the city below F From this bed of mine Where I eat sweet jelly rolls C Think I'll put on my face I'd like to fix me a drink F 'Cause somewhere someone knows just what I think G Last night's but a question that hangs likes a noose C G F 'Round my throat, my throat G Surely tonight, I'll invite its abuse C G F Well there's no hope, no hope, no hope C Goodness me, oh my F Oh my god, I still might be fine G Get through all the pains I fake F Poor boy could use a break C A break from my own daily hate, oh F "Pain is something no one else knows" G That's what I hear them say F But everyone bereaves the day G C F I said weary weary walk away C So I take to the streets like the dead to the grave F You light me a smoke because it's right to behave C And I'm all juiced up all morning because the morning is when F Heros stand tall in the statues of men G And all the pigeons adore me and peck at my feet C G F Oh the fame, the fame, the fame G Someday they may use my head as a seat C G F Well I can't wait, can't wait, can't wait C Goodness me, oh my F Oh my god, I still might get by G Get through all the pains I fake F Poor boy could use a break C A break from my own daily hate, oh F "Pain is something no one else knows" G That's what I hear them say F But everyone bereaves the day G C F I said weary weary walk away C G When I die alone bury me deep C Way out west past Sunset Street C7 F C G C So I can hear old 29 when she goes rollin' by C G And when they come to claim my skin C And I go back where I begin C7 F Place the stones at my head and feet C G C Tell them all I've gone to sleep C And as the city unravels her metal bedroll F C I dirty her sheets with the stumble I stroll And the people all stop just to watch me go by F With a thirst in my throat and a tear in my eye C G F So riddle me this while I lend you my soul in a song, in a song, a song G And balance the sky on these shoulders of mine C G F Until the dawn, the dawn, the dawn C Goodness me, oh my F Oh my god, I still might get by G Get through all the pains I fake F Poor boy could use a break C A break from my own daily hate, oh F "Pain is something no one else knows" G That's what I hear them say F But everyone bereaves the day G C F G C I said weary weary walk away