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Acorde de History Lesson - Motion City Soundtrack

Letra de History Lesson



Okay - So this song is incredibly easy, built off 4 chords:

G: 320033

Cadd9: x32033

Em7: x22033

D:xx0232



The entire song you use a Capo on the 1st fret, all up until the solo/bridge section

where there is a pause for a beat and you go up a step to Capo on the 3rd fret. You've

gotta be speedy with the transition, but its easier than playing barre E's and stuff



------ANYWAYS------



Capo 1



Intro: G (listen to the song, its literally a slow strum then a fast one)



What are you asking me for?



It's not my *** history

What do you hope to find here?

There's nothing left as you can see



With the beatings held again

We begin to scream and run

But the current pulls us down

And the smallest ones were drawn

Now we sit and drink all day

And sing their songs of praise



What are you asking me for?

It's not my *** history

What do you hope to find here?

There's nothing left as you can see

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There was something in the waves

That arrived to take our place

We were broken one by one

By the angels in the sun



Now we sit and drink all day

Telling tales of yesterday

And it always ends the same



What are you asking me for?

It's not my *** history

What do you hope to find here?

I thought I made it crystal clear



We learned a lot about the art of contradiction

We learned a lot about the company we keep

We learned a lot about what keeps us all together

I'm with you until the end



What are you asking me for?

What are you asking me for?



What are you asking me for?

(It's just my *** history)

What are you asking me for?

(It's just my *** history)

What are you asking me for?

(It's just my *** history)

What are you asking me

Let the beatings now begin





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Discos en los que aparece este acorde: My Dinosaur Life

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