Аккорды Butch Walker & The Black Widows - Summer of 89

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Intro:
A   D D A 
O-oh-ooohh 
A   E E A 
O-oh-ooohh 

Verse 1:
A 
Changing strings, 
D 
And banging on things 
A                          E 
A couple of girls from the school 
A 
Would listen to KISS 
D 
(With rockets for fists) 
A           E         A 
Acting like Saturdays fool 

A 
Learned how to smoke, 
D 
Told dirty jokes 
A                             E 
Talked about loose girls from Rome
A 
I made out with most of them 
D 
So I raised a toast to them 
A          E            A 
Especially now that I'm old

Bridge 1: 
            D                         A          E   
And they're 45 with husbands who don't like their wives 
D                 A         E 
3 or 4 kids, make enough to survive 
D 
In their paper mill jobs 
A 
While their teen heartthrobs 
E 
Are playing in bands 
E 
Or they're dead 

Chorus:
         A 
Can I go back to when 
D 
I was the winner 
A 
Way before the rain came 
E 
And washed away the sinners 
A 
Everyone was something and 
D                         E 
Nothing was done right or wrong-ooh

Verse 2: 
A                    D
Smothering the cover of a '69 summer
A               E
Played through a speaker of fuzz
A           D
Nobody knew bryan adams wasn't cool
A                  E
The TV just told me he was
A                     D
Always heard the sound get me out of this town
A                E
Resonating clear on my head
A             D
Chuck ran away with our gear and the drugs
A              E
I'm pretty sure that he's dead

Bridge 2:
D           
Or he's 46 and alone,
            A          E
Cast the heaviest stone,
D                   A                  E
Suburban cover band playing bad to the bone
D                 A
In a bath tub of meth
E
You can smell your own death
E
You know when you can't look the past in the eye

Chorus:
         A 
Can I go back to when 
D 
I was the winner 
A 
Way before the rain came 
E 
And washed away the sinners 
A 
Everyone was something and 
D                         E 
(And I could never do any wrong)

Verse:
A                   
Went back to the woods
D
Where I hid all my goods
A               E
In a rusted out cadillac door
A
we all get nostalgic
D
And fall for the hat trick
A                        E
Of thinking it'll be like before

Bridge:
A
Like the football jocks
D
Trying to please their pops
A                     E
And the stoners aping everything their bad uncles taught
A
And the teachers who cared
D
Мore than I ever knew,
A
And knew I played clubs
E
Let me sleep through school
A
And my day job boss
D
Who wrote it up as a loss
A                              E
But let me leave when i wanted and I never got caught
A
Sleeping out on the field
D
In the back of my truck
A
Breaking into the bars
E
Steal the beer and getting fucked
A                      D
By a girl twice my age, making minimum wage
A
But the tan lines were good
E
And she had a good face
A
Is this what I've become
D
Is this all I've become
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     
A
When do I become     
E                    
When do I become     

Chorus:
         A 
Can I go back to when 
D 
I was the winner 
A 
Way before the rain came 
E 
And washed away the sinners 
A 
Everyone was something and 
D                         E 
And I could never do any wrong

Outro:
A   D D A 
O-oh-ooohh 
A   E E A 
O-oh-ooohh 
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