Frank Turner – Recovery chords ver. 2

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Frank Turner - Recovery

-KEY-

~  = ring out
.  = stacatto
// = fast strumming
>  = fluid transition

-CHORDS-

       EADGBe
A      x02220
A6add9 x44200
Asus2  x02200
D      x00232
Dmaj7  x00222
D6     x00202
Dsus2  x00230
Eadd9  022102
Em     3x2003
E7     020100
E7sus4 x20200
G      320033
Gadd9  3x0203

-VERSE-

A~ E7sus4~Blacking in and out in a strange flat in East London
Gadd9~ D~Somebody I don't really know just gave me something
A~ E7sus4~ Gadd9~ D~To help settle me down and to stop me from always thinking about you
A~ E7sus4~And you know you're life is heading in a questionable direction
Gadd9~ D~When you're up for days with strangers and you can't remember anything
A~ E7sus4~ Gadd9~ Gadd9. D// Eadd9Except the way you sounded when you told me you didn't know what I should do
-CHORUS-
E7 D Eadd9Well, it's a long road up to recovery from here
E7 D>Dmaj7>D6 Eadd9A long way back to the light
E7 D Eadd9A long road up to recovery from here
E7 DA long way to making it right
-VERSE- --- The chords during the verse are played palm-muted and staccato'd, gradually becoming played open and ringing out normally ---
A E7sus4And so I wake up in the morning just like every other day
Gadd9 DAnd just like every boring blues song I get swallowed by the pain
A E7sus4 Gadd9 DSo I fumble for your figure in the darkness just to make it go away
A E7sus4But you're not lying there any longer and I know that that's my fault
Gadd9 DSo I've been pounding on the floor and I've been crawling up the walls
A E7sus4 Gadd9 D Eadd9And I've been dipping in my darkness for serotonin boosters, cider and some kind of smelling salts
-CHORUS-
E7 D Eadd9Well, it's a long road up to recovery from here
E7 D>Dmaj7>D6 Eadd9A long way back to the light
E7 D Eadd9A long road up to recovery from here
E7 DA long way to making it right
-BRIDGE-
A6add9 Dsus2 A EmSo on the first night we met, you said well darling lets make a deal
A6add9 Dsus2 A EmIf anybody ever asks us, let's just tell them that we met in jail
A6add9 Dsus2And that's the story that I'm sticking to like a stony faced accomplice
A EmBut tonight I need to hear some truth if I'm ever getting through this
A6add9 Dsus2Yeah, you once sent me a letter that said if you're lost at sea
A EmClose your eyes and catch the tide my dear and only think of me
G DWell, darling now I'm was sinking I'm as lost as lost can be
Eadd9 > ? > ? > Eadd9And I was hoping you could drag me up from down here towards my recovery
A E7sus4 Gadd9 D A E7sus4 Gadd9 D -VERSE-
A E7sus4If you could just give me a sign, just a subtle little glimmer
Gadd9 DSome suggestion that you'd have me if I could only make me better
A E7sus4 Gadd9 DThen I would stand a little stronger as I walk a little taller all the time
A E7sus4Because I know you are a cynic but I think I can convince you
Gadd9 DYeah, cause broken people can get better if they really want to
A E7sus4 Gadd9 D//// Eadd9Or at least that's what I have to tell myself if I am hoping to survive
-CHORUS-
E7 D Eadd9Well, it's a long road up to recovery from here
E7 D>Dmaj7>D6 Eadd9A long way back to the light
E7 D Eadd9A long road up to recovery from here
E7 DA long way to making it right
-OUTRO-
Eadd9So, darling, sweet lover, won't you help me to recover
DDarling, sweet lover, won't you help me to recover
Eadd9Darling, sweet lover, won't you help me to recover
D Asus2~ (strum this from the bottom up)Darling, sweet lover, one day this will all be over
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