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Julia Stone - Winter On The Weekend chords

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Julia Stone- Winter On The Weekend

Hey! This is my first chord set, it is very straightforward. It sounds correct 
when you play it with the recording.  I played it on the piano but itís just as 
easy to play on the guitar
The intro starts on an Eb, then to a C. Itís not hard to work out from that.

Cm    Ab   Fm   G
Cm
He's a dog
Ab
But he's dressed up like a sheep
Fm
Got bones all through the backyard
G
But he likes to drink tea

Cm
We play scrabble on the weekend
Ab
And he talks about the weather most of the time
Fm
I thought my sacred body
G
With him it would be fine

Cm
And I walked into the doorway
Ab
He slid across the room
Fm
My heart, it started racing
G
I just didn't know what to do

Cm
And he laid me on the floor
Ab
And my screams they go unheard
Fm
The lady living next door
G
Well she's six feet under the dirt


Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm 		G
There's nothing I can do

Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm		G
There's nothing I can do

Cm
He's a dog
Ab
But he's dressed up like a sheep
Fm
He's got bones all through the backyard
G
But he likes to fool me

Cm
And I travel through the doorway
Ab
I thought I'd be fine
Fm				G
But it's not the way it's gonna go this time

Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm 		G
There's nothing I can do

Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm		G
There's nothing I can do


Ab		Bb
And all this time I needed you
Ab		Fm
And all this time I wanted you
Bb		Ab
You can't hear me now
Fm
Can't hear me now
G
Like you do


(Up the octave)
Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm 		G
There's nothing I can do

Cm
Daddy, why don't you protect me
Ab
Someone's gonna hurt me
Fm		G
There's nothing I can do
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