FREE Campfire Singalong Songbook

20 classic, not-too-hard songs to enjoy with your family while you ride out the apocalypse.

Beatles - Petty - Johnny Cash - Eagles - John Denver - Dylan

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    Underneath the Sycamore

    Death Cab for Cutie

     

    Capo 5

     

               >       >

    Strum: D U D U D U D U

           1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

     

     

    C          Em             Am (2)

    Lying in a field of glass    Underneath the overpass

    C                             Em                      Am (2)

    Mangled in the shards of a mental frame     Woken from a dream by my own name

    C                               Em        Am (2)

    Well I was such a wretched man   Searching everywhere for a homeland

    C                Em           Am (2)

    Now we are under the same sun   Feel it through the leaves, let it heal us

     

    Chorus:

    C                       Em

    We are the same, we are both saved

    G   Am

          Underneath the sycamore

    C                       Em

    We are the same, we are both saved

    G   Am

          Underneath the sycamore

     

    C                          Em                     Am (2)

       We were both broken in our own ways   Sifting through the rubble for the wrong things

    C                                        Em       Am (2)

        I know you've got a vengeful heart   I cannot be stopped soon as I start

    C                                       Em             Am (2)

        But you have seen your darkest rooms   and I have slept in makeshift tombs

    C                                 Em              Am (2)

       And this is where we find our peace   This is where we are released

     

    Chorus x2

     

    Solo:   No chord 8 measures

              / Em - - - / G - - - / D - - - / Em - - - / x2

              / Em (hold) - - - / - - - - /

     

    Chorus x2

     

    End on C

     

     

     

     

    Solo:

     

     


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.