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Arms Of A Woman

Höfundur lags: Amos Lee Höfundur texta: Amos Lee Flytjandi: Amos Lee Sent inn af: oddurc
[A]I am at ease
In the arms of a [D]woman
Although [A]now most of my days are spent alo[E]ne   [Esus4]    [E]    
[F#m]A thousand miles from the place I was [E]born [Esus4]    [E]    

When she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me back [A]home

[A]Now most days
I spend like a [D]child
Who's afr[A]aid of ghosts in the [E]night [Esus4]    [E]    
[F#m]I know there ain't nothing out [E]there [Esus4]    [E]    
I'm [D]still afraid to [E]turn on the [A]light

[A]I am at ease
In the arms of a [D]woman
Although [A]now most of my days are spent alo[E]ne   [Esus4]    [E]    
[F#m]A thousand miles from the place I was [E]born [Esus4]    [E]    

When she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me back [A]home

[A]I am at ease
In the arms of a [D]woman
Although [A]now most of my days are spent alo[E]ne   [Esus4]    [E]    
[F#m]A thousand miles from the place I was [E]born [Esus4]    [E]    

When she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me
Yeah when she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me
Yeah when she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me back [F#m]home    
When she [D]wakes me
She [E]takes me back [A]home

I am at ease
In the arms of a woman
Although now most of my days are spent alone
A thousand miles from the place I was born

When she wakes me
She takes me back home

Now most days
I spend like a child
Who's afraid of ghosts in the night
I know there ain't nothing out there
I'm still afraid to turn on the light

I am at ease
In the arms of a woman
Although now most of my days are spent alone
A thousand miles from the place I was born

When she wakes me
She takes me back home

I am at ease
In the arms of a woman
Although now most of my days are spent alone
A thousand miles from the place I was born

When she wakes me
She takes me
Yeah when she wakes me
She takes me
Yeah when she wakes me
She takes me back home
When she wakes me
She takes me back home

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