Left Side Of Leavin Chords

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[Verse 1 :]
D                       Bm
The thing about a break up
          G                    D
Sometimes you just gotta break down
              Bm
Coming off a great love
                  G            D
There's plenty of pain to pass around
                        Bm
Like a tip jar in a dive bar
              G
Full of broken hearts
              D
It's a lonely crowd
                  Bm      G
The thing about a breakup
          D
Sometimes you just gotta break down

[CHORUS :]==
| Bm
| When the only thing you want is
| D
| The only thing that you can't have
| D
| When the part that you can't take is
| Bm                G
| Knowing you can't take it back
|               D          Bm
| She's on the good side, goodbye
|         G              D
| On the right sight of free
|                   Bm                  G
| And you're on the wrong end of a long night
|                     D   Bm G D
| On the left side of leavin'

[Verse 2 :]
D                          Bm
The thing about a last kiss
          G                  D
You never know that it's the last
                    Bm
Till they call the last call
                G                D
And you're just drinking about the past
                        Bm
Like the bottom of the bottle
      G              D
Knows how to get her back
                  Bm        G
The thing about a last kiss
          D
You never know that it's the last

[REPEAT CHORUS :]==
| Bm
| When the only thing you want is
| D
| The only thing that you can't have
| D
| When the part that you can't take is
| Bm                G
| Knowing you can't take it back
|               D          Bm
| She's on the good side, goodbye
|         G              D
| On the right sight of free
|                   Bm                  G
| And you're on the wrong end of a long night
|                     D   Bm G D
| On the left side of leavin'

[Bridge :]
                D            Bm
You're on the drunk part of drinking
          G            D
The can't stop part of thinking
        D              Bm            D
The wide awake part of sleeping, woah
              Bm
You're on the broke part of breaking
    G
The mistake part of making
              Bm                    D
You're on the cane part of shaking, woah

[REPEAT CHORUS :]==
| Bm
| When the only thing you want is
| D
| The only thing that you can't have
| D
| When the part that you can't take is
| Bm                G
| Knowing you can't take it back
|               D          Bm
| She's on the good side, goodbye
|         G              D
| On the right sight of free
|                   Bm                  G
| And you're on the wrong end of a long night
|                     D   Bm G D
| On the left side of leavin'
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Published : 2018-01-21 16:31:01

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Brett Charles Young is an American country pop singer and songwriter from Orange County, California. He was a college baseball pitcher but took up songwriting after an elbow injury.