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Maybe You Are
Capo 5th fret
C Am
They met when he was in a hospital
F C
he whispered "I ain't got no heart" into the room
C Am
She said "I'll make you smile again" and made an airplane
F C
out of some pretty words put in a spoon
C Am
he said "I'll never see again...
F C
My eyes are sorta twisted inwards, deep into my throat"
C Am
She said "don't worry babe, I'll open up your jam,
F C Am F C
I'll open up my pretty self" and laid down on his road
F C
She said "how do you know? Maybe you are".
F C Am
She said "how do you know? Maybe you a-a-a-aaa-are".
C Am
Maybe you a-a-a-aaa-are".
F Am C
Maybe you are, maybe you are, maybe you are.


She peeled his skin away, so every day he'd cry
And in those tears he'd lie to find some peace

She broke from all his words, but she was made of mercury,
She'd come together later piece by piece

And it became a game they played, under the blankets
In the bed, pretending she was small and he was big

She became so small, he could lift her, body and heart and all.
He held her up naked, she was just his fig.

She said "how do you know? Maybe you are".

Poor Boy
Capo 5th fret
D Em
One boy grew up different from the rest
Bm
Without the insides of his chest
G
He didn’t know how he was blessed
D Em
And all the little girls thought it a blast
Bm
To shake his body really fast
G
To see the impact never last

Em
Some said "poor boy"
Bm
Some said "lucky man"

He used to live with different families
That nurtured his disease
Then he'd float out with the breeze
And he implanted kaleidoscopes instead of eyes
To see the girls in multiplies
To try to figure their disguise

Some said "poor boy"
Some said "lucky man"

He tried to fill his chest with pretty jewels
But then he figured out the rules
And left the jewelry for the fools
And one day the doctors said they found a cure
Said the found a beating heart that’s pure
And they believe it will endure

Some said "poor boy"
Some said "lucky man"


A Ghost Before the Wall

G#m F#
She had them big thick lips, like pillows underneath her cheeks.
G#m F#
When she spoke, an avalanche rolled on them from behind her teeth
G#m F#
Suddenly, the carpet, was pulled from underneath my feet
G#m F#
When I tried to get close, she just laughed and got beneath the sheets.

D#m B
She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"
D#m B
She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"

She had them big almond eyes, that gave her away
And when she started them you could see the tornadoes play
I had the kind of empty hole, that always made her pay
She had them dancing shoes that never let her stay

She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no, no, no no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no, no, no no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"

D#m C# B
Suddenly she says – "Here I am, coming back like a ghost before the wall"

My Latest Sin
Capo 7th fret
C B7
Just like a distant thunder
G C
My conscience is rolling in the back of my head
B7 Em
But your lips keep riding on in the darkness
C
Our guns on the floor
B7 Em
Near the makeup and the clothes that we shed

We both trail our own paths
But the grass has worn out our parting ways
And I used to think I rode with the devil
But I'm left on my own
Even he hasn't shown up these days

Am Em
Don't cry my latest sin
Am Em
I don't buy that (self) righteous being
Am Em
Calm your worried soul
G Am Em
The demons and angels left us here all alone

Much like crickets at the sunrise
My guilt is fading in the depth of my chest
Your empire is brought down around us
But we're pressed on the wall
And don't care 'bout the fall of the rest

I pray you find your old path
But mine was lost so long ago
They say old roads were built on old rivers
Maybe that's why I'm lost
Cause I can't carry on with the flow

Don't cry my latest sin
I don't buy that (self) righteous being
Calm your worried soul
The demons and angels left us here all alone

Weak
Verse: D / Em
C-Part: C / G / D / E


Reckoning Song
Capo 6th fret
Am / C / G7 / F
Growing Tall
Verse: Bm
Chorus: Em / G / Bm
Brickman
Verse: Am / F#
Chorus: A / Am / F#
Little More Time
Intro: E
Verse: E/ B7 / A7
Chorus: A7 / B7 / A7 / E
C-Part: F#5 / A5 / B5
My Favorite Clown
Capo 2nd Fret
Verse: C / Am
Chorus: C / Am / F / C
Wait For It
Verse: Bm | Asus4 | G | D/F#
Chorus: G | D/F#

Everybody
Bm | D | A | Em7
Hangwoman
Verse: D#7 X 4 | F#7 | G#7 | D#7
C-Part: D#7 | F#7 X 4 [C#/B]