To Old Friends and New by Titus Andronicus
Capo on 2nd, all chords relative.
F: (xx3211)C+: (x32110) *Not 100% on this one, but it seems to sound okay.
C G F CYou have got a lot of nerve to behave the way that you do,
C G F Cmaking me listen to all of your carrying on
C G F CYou are not the only one who thinks that life is so cruel.
C G F CMe, I have got problems of my own.
C C+But if you talk and nobody's listening
F Fmthen it's almost like being alone.
C GSo it's alright the way you piss and moan
F CIt's alright, the way you piss and moan
C G Like the time traveler who killed his grandfather,
F Cthese cycles are bringing me down.
C G F CWe could build a nice life together if we don't kill each other first.
C G F CAre you just too fucked up to understand me or is it the other way around?
C G F CMaybe it's both, and I just don't know which is worse.
C C+So you better thank your lucky stars,
F Fmyou don't know half what I know is true.
C G But it's alright if you think that you do.
F CIt's alright, if you think that you do.
F CWas it the devil, or was it the lord
Amwho gave you those words,
G G7the ones I never heard?
C GIt's alright to kill and it's alright to steal
F Cif you're willing to hold up your part of the deal.
C GThere are plenty of things that are worth dying for
F Gbut you'll never know until you open that door.
F GAnd reasons for living are seldom and few
Am Eand if you see one you better stick to it like glue,
F G Cyes it's true, it is true, it is true.
Solo: C G F C (x4)
C C+ F Fm
C G F C
C G F CIf I were there to keep satisfied all of your carnal desires,
C G F Cthen it might be my place to say what is or isn't forbid
C G F CSo how can I hold it against you if you answer the call of the wild?
C G F CNo matter how brilliant a woman, you're only a kid.
C C+But if you know that nobody is ever going
F Fmto suffer for you like I did
C GWell it's alright the way that you live,
F CIt's alright the way that you live.