Anthony Amorim - Home Guitar Chords

Anthony Amorim

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Chords: G, C7, Am, Em, D, C
Placement is a bit dodgy but the counting is pretty simple if you play it through with the song. Picking
is also really easy to get from the track xox

[Verse 1]
G                         C7
I drove past your house the other day
       G                C7
Just to see if you were home
    G                     C7
And I was gonna’ call you up
        G                                 C7
But I knew that you would not pick up your phone

[Chorus]
Am                C7
Why'd you have to go so soon?
        Em              D            C
We were young, we were fools, we had time
Am                  C7
And I hope that I'€™m still in your heart
           Em                D         C
€˜Cause God knows that you're still in mine
Am                    D
And it's hard for me to move on
        Em            D              C
When I lost the only thing I'll ever know
 Am*                            D*
Cause if you're not coming back, then I'€™m not coming home

G C7

[Verse 2]
G                          C7
I drove past our spot the other day
          G                         C7
Where we used to sit and soak in our youth
   G                        C7
And I got mad when they said that you €œweren'€™t coming back to me€
G                        C7
Cause I hate hearing the truth

[Chorus]
Am                  C7
You didn't have to go so soon
         Em                  D             C
You were young, you were afraid, you made a choice
Am                  C7
And I'm not much for prayer but I'd get down on my
Em                D       C
Knees and beg for you until I lost my voice
Am                D
And everybody asks
        Em            D           C
Why I'd rather stay away, why I'd rather be alone
 Am*                            D*
Cause if you're not coming back, then I'€™m not coming home

G C7

[Outro]
G                          C7
I drove past your stone the other day
   G                          C7       G*
To see if my flowers were still there

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