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blahblahblah A C#m Come along with me now 'cause there are D A Things I've been dying to tell you A E The best or the worst things that you Bm A Never needed to know A C#m This is the kind of comedy where no one's D A Laughing 'cause it's hard to... A E I'm a punch line who's punch-drunk with my Bm D Fist in a broken mirror... A There's a party near by E Bm I can hear A E Bm D Laughter in the distance and it all comes clear A E Bm Dm Sounds too simple, but love is the only answer C#m Bm Everything else is just a train-wreck A C#m D A A E Bm A [ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/r/rocky-votolato/65600.html ] A C#m D A Gonna stay up all night every night for the rest of my life A E Bm A Till the lines around my eyes grow deeper and more defined A C#m D A You might ask me "Aren't you dead inside and so damn tired?" A E Bm D I say i have no idea but I'm not sleeping until after the A E Bm dying is over I can hear A E Bm D Laughter in the distance and it all comes clear A E Bm Dm Sounds too simple, but love is the only answer C#m Bm Love's a trainwreck, you're a mistake A C#m D A A E Bm A A C#m D A A E Bm Bm Dm Dm C#m Bm A Sometimes it's more convenient to play the barre chord than the open chord. Also, at the end of the lines in the verses, he likes to play the C# (note, not chord) the A chord (second fret on the b string if you're playing an open A chord or sixth fret the g string if you're playing the barre chord. If this doesn't make sense, disregard it.
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