Hollow As A Bone

Michael Timmins

[Am] [C] [Em] [Am]

She [Am] hugged his head so hard [C] to her heart
it [Em] made her gasp for [Am] air.
If this was not the [C] way Love felt
then for [Em] love she did not [Am] care.
I want to run beside a [G] moving train yelling [Em] farewells in the [Am] rain.
The tears that fall will be [G] bittersweet,
'cause I [Em] know I'll see him a- [Am] gain.

[Em] If I lost you [F] now [G]
I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone. [C] [G] [Em] [Am]

He [Am] could not help but [C] hang his eyes
her [Em] beauty held him [Am] so.
If this was not a [C] state of Grace
then [Em] Grace he'd never [Am] know.
I want to yell farewell from a [G] crowded pier
just [Em] me and a thousand good- [Am] byes.
The tears that fall will be [G] bittersweet,
'cause [Em] soon she'll be back by my [Am] side.

[Em] If I lost you [F] now [G]
I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone. [C] [G] [Em] [Am]

[Am] You won't lose me, [C] he replied,
to- [Em] gether our lives have been [Am] sewn.
If I lost you [C] now
I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone.
We will kiss goodnight under a [G] starlit sky
whisper [Em] oaths at a lumbering [Am] moon,
dream sweet dreams until the [G] morning comes
and [Em] serves us the dawn in our [Am] room.

[Em] If I lost you [F] now [G] I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone. [C] [Em] [F]
[Am] If I lost you [C] now [G] I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone. [C] [F] [Em]
[Am] If I lost you [C] now [G] I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone. [C] [Em] [F]
[Am] If I lost you [C] now [F] I would feel as [Em] hollow as a [Am] bone.


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