Trainwreck by Sarah Blackwood Guitar Chords

When you looking for Trainwreck guitar chords, you just visit to the right place.
You can play Trainwreck by Sarah Blackwood using guitar or guitar.
This song by Sarah Blackwood can also be played by that instruments.

Trainwreck guitar chords has tempo and included in Way Back Home (2008) album.
You can also find more musical genres, along with jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

Trainwreck by Sarah Blackwood Guitar Chords

Into in “Em” (by the way “D/F#” means….you play the D major chord with the tone F# as the bass tone)

This is not what I expected to become, the color white is dragging me down
Each and every time I say that this will be the last but it becomes a lie my urges
deeply bury in the past
The sun comes up and my night starts to close in
One more line and I’m scared this will be it

Just le[D/F#]t me off this ride, cause some how I keep taking one more try[D/F#]

Substance blinds me to a point where I don’t know right from wrong,
and I’m risking it
Thinkin’ bout the ones I’ve hurt and what I could become well I’m close to it, I’m
afraid of it
Take this knot put it some where else so I can breathe
Will I ever get back up to a place where I can breathe?

Just le[D/F#]t me off this ride, cause evil’s telling me just one mor[D/F#]e line

Watched the sun go down again
Watched my friends all drown again
I could join them and feel pleasure in my veins until the devil shows up at the door,
and starts to play our game
And suddenly, I become so weak
Suddenly, I’m in too deep
He discovers me, oh the devil in disguise and he teases me, but I can’t see through his eyes
No I can’t see through his eyes,

Just le[D/F#]t me off this ride, cause evil’s telling me just one more[D/F#] line
Please get m[D/F#]e off this ride, cause if I hit that I don’t I don’t t[D/F#]hink I’ll survive



If you want to learn Sarah Blackwood Trainwreck guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Trainwreck. Guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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