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Song Name: Broken! By: Seether & Amy
Posted By: TIN_MAN Difficulty: Any
Key: G Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2009-01-30 20:01:11 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: BROKEN    SEETHER & AMY LEE


KEY OF G



-6b -6b 7   8  -8   8    8  -9 -9   8   -8  8    -7
I  want-ed you to know that I love the way you laugh

-6b -6b 7   8   -8   8   7    -7    8    7   7 8
 I wan-na hold you high and steal your pain a-way

6b -6b   7   8  -8   8   7  -7   8    7   8   -7
I keep your pho-to-graph I know it serves me well

-6b -6b 7   8   -8   8   7    -7    8    7
 I wan-na hold you high and steal your pain


CHORUS


-6b  7    -7  -8  8    7   -7  -8    8
Be-cause I'm bro-ken when I'm lone-some

 8 -9   9    -8    8     7    -7     7  -7  7
And I don't feel right when you're gone a-way

  -6b   7   -7 8   5    7    7  -6b  -5
You've gone a-way You don't feel me here 

-6 -6 -5
An-y-more

VERSE 2 same as 1

The worst is over now and we can breathe again
I wanna hold you high, you steal my pain away
There's so much left to learn, and no one left to fight
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain



CHORUS 4 TIMES TO END

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