All The Little Lights

Passenger

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C
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G
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Tono: G
Intro: C  G  Am

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      One went out at a bus-stop
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 in Edinburgh
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One went out in an English park
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One went out in a night club  when 
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I was fifteen
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Little lights in my heart

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One went out when I lied to my 
  Am
mother
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Said the cigarettes she found were
     Am
 not mine
         C          G
One went out within me
      Am
Now I smoke like a chimney
             C            G        
It's getting dark in this heart of 
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mine
             C            G        
It's getting dark in this heart of 
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mine

G
We're born with millions
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Of little lights shining in the dark
         Am          G
And they show us the way
C G One lights up every time you feel F love in your heart Am G One dies when it moves away C G One went out in the back streets Am of Manchester C G Am One went out in an airport in Spain C G One went out have no doubt Am When I grew up and moved out C G Of the place where the boy used to Am play C G One went out when uncle Ben got Am his tumor C G Am We used to fish and I fish no more C G Though we will not return Am I know one still burns C G On a fishing boat of the New Am Jersey Shore C G On a fishing boat of the New Am Jersey Shore G We're born with millions C G F Of little lights shining in the dark Am G And they show us the way C G One lights up every time you feel F love in your heart Am G One dies when it moves away G We're born with millions C G Of little lights shining in our F hearts Am G And they die along the way C Till we're old and we're cold G F And we're lying in the dark Am G 'Cause they'll all burn out one day C G Am They'll all burn out one day C G Am Oh oh they'll all burn out one day C G Am They'll all burn out one day
Composición: Michael RosenbergColaboración y revisión: luana oliveira