Alexithymia Uke tab by Anberlin

3 Chords used in the song: Am, G, C

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[Verse 1]
Am Am
Don't try to wake me up
G G Am Am
Even if the sun really does come out tomorrow
Am Am
Don't believe anything you say
G G
Anymore, in the morn, in the morning
Am Am
Bricks to this old house are breaking
G G
Steel would have weathered but now forlorning
Am Am G G
It's alarming how loud the silence screams
G G
No warn, no warn, no warning
Am Am G G
Addictions fill the table where the family used to sit
G G Am Am
And conversate, Conversate to the sounds
Am Am
To the sounds of a record player
G G Am Am
With it's jumping needle and the lights that grow dim over time

[Chorus]
Am Am C C G G
With downcast eyes
G G Am Am
There's more to living than being alive
Am Am C C G G
With downcast eyes
G G Am Am
There's more to living than being alive

[Verse 2]
Am Am
Are you where you thought you'd be
G G
So beautiful and only twenty-three
Am Am
Opposition rests in the hearts
G G
With no, with no, with no opportunity
Am Am
It's not that we don't talk
G G
It's just no one really listens and honesty fades
Am Am
Like a politician lost in the course
G G Am Am
All smiles and no one remembers our names

(Chorus) x2

Am Am
Don't try to wake me up
G G Am Am
Even if the sun really does come out tomorrow
Am Am
Don't believe anything I say
G G
Anymore, in the morn, in the morning

(Chorus) x2

 

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About this song

This song is about someone who never truly saw the world for what it is, or could be. We had so much in common, but God & the love were not two of those areas. If I could go back and change this chorus I would, it feels repetitive when I listen now, such great potential.