AmMessages from broken bottles fall on Cblack sandy Fbeaches. AmInk in vain across the page now run fCrom morning Fdew. AmHands which chance upon it lead to eyes which strain toC read HFearts which pound for love overdue. AmLips which press together stifle rhytChmic heFavy breaths. Part II: Dm C B-flat Oh how she smiles form vicarious love from the one he writes about. Dm C B-flat She must have been so glad for him to throw it outStandard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
Am C FFurther steps lead to yet another broken bottle. Again the words contained have bled the page. Who's tears were these which ran the ink? From who they poured to make this streak? Were they his by chance from telling her? Or hers by chance from reading it? They could have been collective, they could have been from someone else. Why don't we see what's at the bottom. Why don't we see what comes next.
Dm C BOh how she cries from vicarious pain from the one he writes about. She must have been so sad for him to throw her out. Part III: F Am Dm C B-flat Lets just say she, she is better, better off somehow.
F Am Dm CB-flat Lets just say she, she has never been happier than she is now We couldn't fGake it so why even try F Am Dm C B-flat Lets just say she, she is better, better off somehow
F Am Dm CB-flat Lets just say she, she has never been happier than she is now
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