Love's Still There

Margo and Michael Timmins


[C] Door slams, car starts, [F] he's on the road.
[C] She's left there sitting [G] angry and alone
[F] thinking what [G] she should have said
well, [C] maybe she [F] should have gone to bed
[C] now his words are [G] swirling [F] around in her [C] head.

He said and she said [F] and they both yelled together.
[C] Neither one hearing or [G] listening to the other
[F] words like I [G] never and you [C] don't understand [F]
[C] one word, then [G] another
until the [F] whole thing's out of [C] hand.

But [F] love's [G] still [C] there [F]
it's just [F] hiding in the [G] dark cause it's [C] scared. [F]
Hang [F] on to those [G] feelings that [C] you know are [F] true
and remember that this [C] person
means [G] everything to [C] you.

[C] Siren scream breaks through her dreams
[F] she rolls to her right.
[C] She realizes that he's still [G] lost to the night.
[F] She gets out of [G] bed both [C] worried and [F] mad,
[C] she prays that he's [G] safe,
her [F] anger holds back the [C] dread.

But [F] love's [G] still [C] there [F]
it's just [F] hiding in the [G] dark cause it's [C] scared. [F]
Hang [F] on to those [G] feelings that [C] you know are [F] true
and remember that this [C] person
means [G] everything to [C] you.

[G] [F] [C] [G] [F] [C] [F] [C] [F] [C] [F] [C] [G] [F] [C]

[C] Door opens and in walks her [F] baby
[C] with a look on his face that says I'm [G] sorry.
[F] Now's not the [G] time to [C] play silly [F] games
so you [C] reach out your [G] hand
and [F] he does the [C] same.

But [F] love's [G] still [C] there [F]
it's just [F] hiding in the [G] dark cause it's [C] scared. [F]
Hang [F] on to those [G] feelings that [C] you know are [F] true
and remember that this [C] person
means [G] everything to [C] you.

But [F] love's [G] still [C] there [F]
it's just [F] hiding in the [G] dark cause it's [C] scared. [F]
Hang [F] on to those [G] feelings that [C] you know are [F] true
and remember that this [C] person
means [G] everything to [C] you. [G] [F] [C]


Tabbed by kkmccool

The [F] at the end of the first two lines in the choruses are merely a flourish of the chord, a very quick strum as a transition from one line to another.

 

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