Chordproc: Wallflowers

Wallflowers


  1. 6th Avenue Heartache
  2. Bleeders
  3. The Difference
  4. One Headlight

6th Avenue Heartache

F
C
Gm
Bb
F
C
Gm
Bb
F
C
Sirens ring, shots rang out.
Gm
Bb
A stranger cries screams out loud. I had my world strapped against my back I held my hands, never knew how to act. Well the same black line that was drawn on you Was drawn on me, and now its drawn me in. 6th avenue heartache Below me there was a homeless man. Was singing a songs I knew complete On the steps alone, his guitar in hand His 50 years he stood where he stands Walking home on those streets The river winds move my feet The subway steam like silhouettes in dreams Stood by me (stood by me) just like moonbeams
F
C
Look out the window. Down up on that street
G
Bb
I am gone like at midnight words that mend
F
but I sit Here with six strings
C
G
layed against that wall and all his things
Bb
they all look so small
F
C
I got my fingers crossed on a shooting star
G
Bb
just like me just moved -?-



Bleeders

C#m
B
E
A
F#m
A
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C#m
B
E
Once upon a time
A
F#m
A
They called me the bleeder
C#m
B
E
Well swimmin' up this river
F#m
A
With sentimental fever
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C#m
B
E
But this ain't my first ride
A
F#m
It ain't my last try
A
Just got to keep movin' on
C#m
B
E
If they catch me ever
A
F#m
They'll throw me back forever
C#m
B
E
I guess I should be ashamed
C#m
B
E
But I forget to be vain
C#m
B
E
Well I did the best I could I guess
F#m
A
But everything just bleeds
C#m
B
A
E
They say you're only sad and lonely
F#m
A
And no one is impressed I sent it off in a letter I need somethin' better Than a nail and a hammer To put me back together But this ain't my first ride It ain't my last try Just got to keep a-movin on Got to keep this together Maybe next time is never Sometimes I must confess I do feel a little over dressed Sometimes it's hard to tell the wishing from the well Where you threw the penny and where it fell I guess I should I should be ashamed But I forget to be vain Well I did the best I could I guess But everything just bleeds I guess I should be ashamed But I forget to be vain Well I did the best I could I guess But everything just bleeds They say you're only sad and lonely And no one is impressed



The Difference

/c#
/b
E
A
E
A
B
E
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C#
B
E
A
One, two boys by the river
E
A
Down by the water
B
E
Tellin' riddles in the dark
C#
B
E
A
With fireflies under the moonlight
E
A
B
E
Carvin' the insides of a tree with a knife
C#
B
A
E
Ever hear the one about the boy's big sister
C#
B
A
His best friend come along
E
B
He tried to kiss her
A
The only difference
G#
That I see
F#
Is you are exactly the same
B
As you used to be One boy lives in a tower With bow and arrow And the artificial heart With his girl Late in the summer He loaded the cannon With a jealous appetite They say that children now They come in all ages And maybe sometimes old men die With little boy faces
C#
B
A
E
You always said that you needed some
C#
B
A
E
B
But you always had more, more than anyone



One Headlight

Leads in D major pentatonic -- B blues
G
D
F#m
Bm
G
D
So long ago I don't remember when
F#
Bm
That's when they say I lost my only friend They said she died easy of a broken heart disease As I listened through the cemetary trees I seen the sun coming up at the funeral at dawn I've long broken all of human law It always seemed such a waste She always had a pretty face I wondered why she hung around this place
G
F#
Hey hey hey...
G
D
Em
A
G
Come on try a little
D
Nothing is forever
Em
A
There's got to be something better than in the middle
G
Me and Cinderella
D
Put it all together
Em
A
We can drive it home ... with one headlight. She said its cold it feels like independence day And I can't break away from this parade But theres got to be an opening Somewhere here in front of me Through this maze of ugliness and greed I seen the sign up ahead at the county line bridge Saying all is good and nothing less its dead Runnin' till she's out of breath She ran until there's nothing left She hit the end its just her window ledge
G
F#
Hey hey hey... This place is old feels just like a beat up truck I turn the engine but the engine doesn't turn With smells of cheap ol' wine and cigarettes This place is always such a mess Sometimes I think I'd like to watch it burn So alone I feel just like somebody else Man I ain't changed but I know I ain't the same But somewhere here in between These city walls and dyin' dreams I think her death it must be killing me
G
F#m
Hey hey hey...