The Airborne Toxic Event – The Graveyard Near The House chords ver. 3
The first tab is decent, but there are chords which are wrong, so this one is correct. Tuning:Standard Capo: 3rd fret C: 332010 F: 033210 Cadd9:032030 G: 320033 Am:002210 Cmaj9:020010 Intro C Cadd9 G Am x1C Cadd9The other day, when we were walking by the graveyard near the house,G AmYou asked me if I thought we would ever die.C Cadd9And if life and love both fade so predictably,G AmWe've made ourselves a kind of predictable life.C Cadd9And so I pictured us like corpses, lying side by side in pieces,G AmIn some dark and lonely blood under a bow.C Cadd9We looked so silly there, all decomposed, half turned to dust,G AmIn tattered clothes, but we probably look just as silly now.C Cadd9Bye bye bye bye, bye bye to all this dogged innocence.G FI can't pretend that I can tell you what is going to happen next,AmOr how to be.C Cmaj9 Am G F CBut you have no idea about me, do you?C Cadd9And it left me to wonder if people will ever know each otherG AmBy just stumbling around like strangers in the dark.C'Cause sometimes you seem so strange to me,Cadd9I must seem strange to you.G AmWe're like two actors playing our parts.CDid you memorize your lines?Cadd9'Cause I did. Here's the part where I get so mad,G AmI tell you I can't forget the past.CYou get so quiet now, and you seem, somehow,Cadd9Like a lost and lonely child.G AmAnd you just hope that the moment won't last.C Cadd9Bye bye bye bye, bye bye to all this dogged innocence.G FI can't pretend that I can tell you what is going to happen next,AmOr how to be.C Cmaj9 Am G FBut you have no idea about me.C Cmaj9 Am G F CYou have no idea about me, do you?F CSo there's always a way around.F CThere's something tying our feet to the ground,F AmA moment passed, we hate how it sounds.C Cmaj9 Am G FAnd it seems a little less profound,C Cmaj9 Am G FLike we're all going the same way down.C Cmaj9 Am G FYeah we're all going the same way down,C Cmaj9 Am G FI'm just trying to write it all down.C G'Cause I write songs, and you write letters,F GWe are tied like two, in tethers.F G F G And we talk and read, and laugh and sleep, at night in bed, together.F GAnd you wake in tears sometimes,F GI can see the thoughts flash across your eyes.F GThey say "Darling, will you be kind?F G AmWill you be a good man, and stay behind if I get old?"F GAnd then the letters all pass through my head,C Cmaj9 AmWith the words that I was told,F G About the fading flesh of life and love,C Cmaj9 Amthe failures of the bold.F GI can list each crippling fear lC Cmaj9 Amike I'm reading from a will.C Cmaj9 Am G FAnd I'll defy everyone and love you still,C Cmaj9 Am G FI will carry you with me up every hill.C G C Cmaj9 AmAnd if you die before I die, I'll carve your name out of the sky,F G C Cmaj9 AmI'll fall asleep with your memory and dream of where you lie.F G C GIt may be better to move on, and to let life just carry on,AmAnd I may be wrong.CBut still, I'll try.F G C Cmaj9 Am'Cause it's better to love whether you win or lose or die,F G C Cmaj9 AmYeah, It's better to love whether you win or lose or die.F G C Cmaj9 Am CIt's better to love, and I will love you 'til I die.