andrew & autumn

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chorus: F C Gm Gm F C Gm Bb
verse: Dm Bb F C
bridge: Bb C F Am Bb x2 Bbm

andrew & autumn are growing up
& making plans of their own
they've got weekends & best friends saving up
for a place to call home.

couple years since these hearts are good as new
still seeing stars that he saw with you
& she's the star in the film in the park
& they're laughing on the road in the dark

(they've got summer days always showing up
& they're never alone)

now you feel overwhelmed & understood
it feels new & familiar, yeah, as it should
promises made & you're not afraid cause every day is pretty good
& you always knew it would.

what you feel doesn't have a name
tomorrow you will feel the same
...but not the same.

[chorus] (instrumental w/solo)
[verse] (instrumental w/aaahs)

(they've got weekends & best friends & two hearts
& a place to call home)


from goodnight, young novelist, released August 26, 2009




the young novelists Toronto, Ontario

Exclaim! dubbed their first EP “unpretentious brilliance” and this Toronto-based folk-roots band has won critical acclaim ever since. Stephen Fearing described them as having “tight arrangements, great dynamics, and good songs with beautiful harmonies” and their live shows capture audiences with both barnstorming singalongs and heartbreaking folk ballads. ... more


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