January 28, 2005

Guitar chords – 'Two Broken Hearts' by Richmond Fontaine

F C
When it was hot they’d go to the reservoir
F C Am F
See they were in love and it was the first time in her life

C
She felt easy around anyone
F C Am F
It was the first time in his life that he’d ever felt right

Because he’d never felt right

C C/b Am G F G C C/b Am G F G F
Two broken hearts, oh two broken hearts together might not be broken
G C
Together might not be broken

They swam in the cool water
They sat on the bank and with broken glass they cut their palms
The blood mixing together as they held each other’s hand
And she told him, ‘I won’t be careful anymore
With you I won’t be careful anymore’

Two broken hearts oh two broken hearts……..stay broken

C Em F C G
C FG FG F

In the evening they walked through their neighbourhood like they’d always do
And a man came from his house with white spit on his lips
And his tattooed arms were trembling as he chased after them
His tattooed arms were trembling as he ran after them
Because he’d always be after them

Two broken hearts oh two broken hearts


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  1. richey

    its good that some one puts these up cos there dam good songs …....

    26 Apr 2006, 12:52


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