Church J - Alone When She Dies Chords & Tabs

 

Alone When She Dies Chords & Tabs

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Alone When She Dies Chords

   
J Church
"Alone when She Dies"
The Drama of Alienation

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intro: C E A C7 F G F E D C

   C          	   E           A C7                      F
If I could have any expectations and looked back a generation,
G		      F E D C
what would be the case?
   C			     E               A
My grandmother died with the mind of a child
C7		F	 G			 F E D C
All she did was smile and couldn't recognize my face.
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F       G      		 C
It's sad but nothing more.
			     F    G             C
I didn't feel better than the time I did before.
F	  G	   C	             Bb             A
And in my head the feeling's coming, coming closer, closer all the time.
G
Stronger though sublime.
C   C/B      A          G               F     Ab         C
Now feel the rain wash away the sin and guilt of what's left.
C   C/B   A             G                F    Ab       C
My window pane...I write her name in the steam from my breath.

C E A C7 F G F E D C

C             E                A    C7                 F
My grandmother on my mom's side was alone when she died,
    G		   F E D C
her family moved away.
C		E		   A        C7        F   G
Who's to say my mom's not the same? Living across the USA.
                  F E D C
Getting old and gray.


F       G      		 C
It's sad but nothing more.
			     F    G             C
I didn't feel better than the time I did before.
F	  G	   C	             Bb             A
And in my head the feeling's coming, coming closer, closer all the time.
G
Stronger though sublime.
C   C/B      A          G               F     Ab         C
Now feel the rain wash away the sin and guilt of what's left.
C   C/B   A             G                F    Ab       C
My window pane...I write her name in the steam from my breath.
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