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Artist: The Rural Alberta Advantage
 Album: Hometowns
  Song: Edmonton

Tabbed by: William Still (corrections by A. Grostern)

CAPO ON 7TH

(Intro) D

(Verse)

D                                       G 
What'll I do if you never wanna come    back
Em                                      G
Sittin' in a city that is always on the attack
D                                       G
What'll I do if you never want me       back
Em                                      G
Come with me come back we'll live       again

(Chorus)

G              Em                         G    
And what if I'm only satisfied when I'm at home
D                                      G        
Sittin' in a city that'll never let me go
            Em                         D
What if I'm only satisfied when I'm at home

(Repeat Verse Structure)
What'll I do if you never find me again
Sittin' in a Province a million miles from my friends What'll I do if you never want me again Come with me come back we'll live again

            Em                         G
What if I'm only satisfied when I'm at home
D                                      G
Sittin' in a city that'll never let me go
        Em                          D
What if I'm only satisfied when I'm alone

(Break)

D G Em D (x2)

(Closing)

D
Late at night
       G        
Sink your heart into mine
        Em
I will never try
        G          
To for- get your northern lights



Hey tonight
Sync your hearbeat to mine
I will never try
To forget your northern lights

Run away again
From this Alberta pen
And I will never try
To forget your northern eyes

Run away again
From this Alberta pen
And I will never try
To forget your northern eyes

D
Meet me there again
Em
Under the lights at the Leg
G
And we will burn our eyes
Em
Seeking out these purple nights

Meet me there again
Under the lights at the Leg
And we will burn our eyes
Seeking out these purple nights

(Lyrics taken from LyricWiki)

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