The Time We Shared

• Hammer-on (^)
• Straightforwardly pick base notes for intro/verses (g string, d string intermittently).
• Strum for the choruses.

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b—————
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Am  C  Am  C

Am                              C
startin’ a song off—sad
Am                               C
can’t even say if it”ll turn out—good or bad
Am                                           C
when I think—about—you
Am                                                                 C
I stare out your window—through my mind & into the blue

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b——————————————
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G                             C                            G                            Am
and what do you mean to me and why should you care?
G                          C                           G                     Am
and was it all a waste, the—the time that we shared?

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Am  C  Am  C

Am                                                 C
though, clearly, we weren’t—meant to be
Am                                        C
at times I’ll still envision us—happily
Am                                           C
and when I think—about—you
Am                                                                 C
I stare out your window—through my mind & into the blue

e——————————————
b——————————————
g–0—2—4-(slide)-2—0———–
d——————————————
a——————————————
E—————————————0-

G                        C                             G              Am
and what do I mean to you and why do I care?
G                          C                           G                     Am  F  Dm  C
and was it all a waste, the—the time that we shared? (shared)

Am  F  Dm  C
the time we shared (shared)

Am  C  Am  C
the time we shared

•End with a slow strum on Am (don’t strum the high e string)


Written: July 27, 2017
At first I was trying to be overly sappy, almost trying to write a song of poor quality (at least lyrically) but I’m not terribly unpleased by the result.

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