Misc Unsigned Bands – 19 - Elaine C Original chords

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Am EmEven though he was obscene
G DHe fell in love at just nineteen
C Am D Gwith a younger girl who didn't feel the same
Am Em DAll his friends would gossip and say
G D That she would leave some day
C Am DBut he liked to think, of things that could be
G DSo naive at nineteen
Am EmHe treated her like a great piece of gold
Dwhile she, thought that he too old
Am EmHe claimed that love, didn't have an age
DAnd when she denied him, all their friends became outraged
Am EmHe just loved her, and showed her everyday
DBut when he said those three words, she just turned away
Am EmAlthough he was hurt, he claimed he loved her from the start
DAnd promised her his heart
Am EmEven though he was obscene
G DHe fell in love at just nineteen
C Am D Gwith a younger girl who didn't feel the same
Am Em DAll his friends would gossip and say
G D That she would leave some day
C Am DBut he liked to think, of things that could be
G DSo naive at nineteen
Am EmHe took her in his arms, and told her that this was right
DAnd he said he felt it from the start, as he held her very tight
Am EmThey were always together, since the day they met each other
D But now she felt unsure
Am EmThen turned and looked him in the eye
DAs she said goodbye
Am EmEven though he was obscene
G DHe fell in love at just nineteen
C Am D Gwith a younger girl who didn't feel the same
Am Em DAll his friends would gossip and say
G D That she would leave some day
C Am DBut he liked to think, of things that could be
G DSo naive at nineteen
Dm F C GHow he, felt so very bad after waiting, two whole years for her
Dm FJust to, see her leave with, some other guy, during the summer
C GHe tried to accept, the fact that she was gone
Dm FAnd even though he really tried, it seemed he couldn't move along
C GHe sent a note about how he felt, around Thanksgiving
GmAnd in the end he wrote "For you...anything..."
Am EmEven though he was obscene
G DHe fell in love at just nineteen
C Am D Gwith a younger girl who didn't feel the same
Am Em DAll his friends would gossip and say
G D That she would leave some day
C Am DBut he liked to think, of things that could be
G DSo naive at nineteen
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