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Beth Amsel - Callous chords

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I'm sorry the placement of the chords are a little off in the tab. I couldn't get 
them to line up exactly right.

Capo: 5

G
I should have been careless, I should have been callous
C
underneath the street lamp's sodium glare
G
I should have been thorough, I should have pushed you back your stubborn heart
C
and left you once and forever there
Em
but I kissed you
D/F#			       G
I smiled as I said goodbye
			Em
and I meant what I said
			C			       D
this is a rough road you wed 


G
I'm sitting here in Dallas, in a dive in Texas
C
with an ache like a forearm for the spoon
G
I am peeling back the labels, I'm spinning empty bottles on the bar
C
lonely litters the room
Em
and I miss you
D/F#					       	G
even more than you warned I would
		         Em
this is a bitch of a test
			C			       D
this is my white flag at best 

[ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/b/beth-amsel/187196.html ]
(no guitar on album  Em)
step up, be brave, lay down you guard
give in an inch, give up your heart
Em						       		A
just imagine how it'll feel if I let you take me home
					C
just imagine waking up sorry and alone
			       D
with my head upon your chest
				C
with my hand across my mouth
				D				       		C
there are things in life I swore that I could live and do without
			D				       	D
but I swear that was before you found me 


G
I couldn't be careless, I couldn't be callous
C
on the night of our fourth of July
G
I couldn't be thorough, I couldn't push you back your stubborn heart
C
underneath the roman candle light
Em
now I miss you 
D/F#						       	G
even more though I swore I never could
		      Em
this is a bitch of a test
			C 
this is my white flag at best
D/F#					       	G
of all the pretty places that I've been
			  Em
honey none compare to you
			  C			       	D
I am sorry through and through   oooh aaah   
C				         D
Ooh aah aaah aah aah 
A			C		    D	                   G	
Oooh oh ooh  and if you'll have me I am coming home to you.


Beth Amsel's website: http://www.bethamsel.org/pageone.html