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Acorde de E-Mail My Heart - Britney Spears

Letra de E-Mail My Heart

Intro:   C    Em

G C Em

For - ever



G C G Am C

It's been hours seems like days, since you went a - way

F C Dm Bb

And all I do is check the screen to see if you're o - kay

C G Am C

You don't answer when I phone, guess you wanna be left alone.

F C Bb G

So I'm sending my heart, my soul, and this is what I'll say:

Am C

I'm sorry, oh so sorry

E Am G F

Can't you give me one more chance

Fm

To make it all up to you.



C G Am F

E-mail my heart and say our love will never die

C F

And I know you're out there

Bb G

And I know that you still care.

C G Am F Fm

E-mail me back and say our love will stay al - ive

C

For - ever

Em G Fm C Dm

E - mail my heart



G C G Am C

I can see you in my mind, coming on the line

F C Dm Bb

And opening this letter that I've sent a hundred times.

G C G Am C

Here's a picture of us two, I look so good on you

F C Bb G

And can't you please for - give me for the hurt I put you through.

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Am C

I'm sorry, oh so sorry

E Am G F

Can't you give me one more chance

Fm

To make it all up to you.



C G Am F

E-mail my heart and say our love will never die

C F

And I know you're out there

Bb G

And I know that you still care.

C G Am F Fm

E-mail me back and say our love will stay al - ive

C

For - ever

Em G Fm C Dm

E - mail my heart



Am C

I'm sorry, oh so sorry

E Am G F

Can't you give me one more chance

Fm

To make it all up to you.



C G Am F

E-mail my heart and say our love will never die

C F

And I know you're out there

Bb G

And I know that you still care.

C G Am F Fm

E-mail me back and say our love will stay al - ive

C

For - ever

Em G Fm C Dm

E - mail my heart

Letra subida por: Anónimo

El acorde de E-Mail My Heart de Britney Spears es una versión de la canción original realizada por colaboradores/usuarios de Coveralia.

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