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Thought I’d cry for you forever
But I couldn’t, so I didn’t
People’s children die and they don’t even cry forever
Thought I’d see your face in my mind for all time
But I don’t even remember what your ears looked like

Bb7
And the clock still strikes
Midnight and noon
Eb7
And the sun still rises

And so does the moon
Ab7
Birds still migrate south and
People move on
Db7 F7
Even though I’m no longer in your arms

Bb7
Thought the mountains would crumble
And the rivers would bend
Eb7
But, but I thought all wrong
The world did not end
Ab7
The maps will just have to stay the same for a while
Db
Didn’t even need therapy
F7
To rehabilitate my smile
Bb7 F7
Thought I’d cry for you forever

But I couldn’t, so I didn’t
C7 F7
People’s children die and they don’t even cry forever
Bb7
Thought I’d see your face in my mind for all time
C7 F7
But I don’t even remember what your ears looked like
Bb7
And the clock still strikes

Midnight and noon
Eb7
And the sun still rises

And so does the moon
Ab7
Birds still migrate south and

People move on
Db7 F7
Even though I’m no longer in your arms
Bb7
Thought the mountain would crumble

And the rivers would bend
Eb7
But I thought all wrong, baby, I thought all wrong

The world did not end
Ab7
The maps will just have to stay the same for a while
Db7
Didn’t even need therapy
F7
To rehabilitate my smile
Db7 F7
Rehabilitate my smile

Bb7 Eb7
Thought I’d cry for you forever
Ab7 F7
But I couldn’t, so I didn’t
Bb7 Eb7
Thought I’d cry for you forever
Ab7 F7
But I couldn’t, so I didn’t
Bb7 Eb7
Oh, oh, I thought I’d cry for you forever
Ab7 F7
But I couldn’t so I didn’t
Bb7 Eb7
Baby, I thought I’d cry for you forever
Ab7 F7
But I didn’t

Performer: Regina Spektor

Regina Spektor is an American singer, born in Russia, that gained popularity in the early 2000s. She normally plays with piano and sometimes uses the guitar as an instrument for some of her live performances.

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