Notes: 1)FOR STRUMMING PATTERN: I'd suggest choppy for the 1st minor of each verse line and smooth for the E with the second sharp being fairly brief and changing. For the verse keep it smooth but for the progression of at the end this should be a quicker flourish. For the bridge keep the strumming rhythmic but emphasise the first beat and let the be a more freely/quickly strummed progression. 2) WHERE I'VE PUT E*: basically play a but it just sounds more like the piece 3) Where I've put an chord but up 1 fret. 4) Feel free to mess around with a bit in the verse as a flourish at the end of the to get back to the verse from the Chorus. 5) Enjoy the piece! This should be fairly accurate as it's based on live video footage and a seasoned ear, but by all means dabble yourself and send me any suggestions or messages on twitter (@SmallGardenBird)p.s get a kazoo for the 'doo' bits! Intro verse 1: I ve got no one to call my own Nobody calls me on the phone, I ve been disconnected I ve been evicted from my home Name and address care of unknown, it s been redirected Now the open sky s my limit, And the sun s my point of view This time I had to lose to win verse 2: I walk down Peachtree Avenue Nothing s the same since I lost you, it s to be expected I never thought that I d stoop quite so low You had no choice but to up and go you felt so rejected I crashed with the wheels still spinning, I had no overview I just crawled out and walked away Now I can t stop my mouth from grinning, and time is running thin This time I had to lose to win Bridge * (doo-ing) (doo-ing) * (doo-ing) This time I had to lose to win Instrumental:

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