Fair Enough and Farewell
by Megan Slankard
from: A Token of the Wreckage

D      xx0232
D/C#   x4x232
D/B    x20032
D/A    x00232
G      3x0230
A      x02220
G-5    3x0023

verses follow this patern
D (3 beats)   D/C# (5 beats)  D/B (3 beats)   D/A (5 beats)  


I am happ-[D]ier [D/C#]_

than I've [D/B]been in [D/A]ages

I [D]can't [D/C#]deny, [D/B]the weight from my [D/A]shoulders

[D]I feel so [D/C#]light, I [D/B]feel so [D/A]light
       
[D]Oh, [D/C#]do [D/B]I [A]_ 


Something comes [D]along [D/C#]_

throws [D/B]me off [D/A]kilter

It's like I've got  [D]such an evil [D/C#]mind

and it's  [D/B]trying to cor-[D/A]rupt me.

[D]Moved a-[D/C#]round, I'm being [D/B]pushed a-[D/A]round,

[D]and it's [D/C#]not nice [D/B]ni -i -i -[A]ice


And I [Em]cannot hide my [D]feelings.

You [G]are so hard to [A]hear.


chorus:

[D]Yeah, is it too [A]late?

I may already [Bm]be messed up, y'all.

Am I [G]moving on or moving over?

[D]Yeah, too [A]late?

I may already [Bm]be messed up, y'all.

but [G]fair enough and farewell.

D   D/C#   D/B    A 


I'm such a little girl

but can you blame me

I was born with tears, 

so back off and let me

get it out and be myself

isn't that why you love me?


I will not be trading places,

because you are so hard to find


(chorus)


bridge:

DDDD C#mC#mC#mC#m

I don't have any  [Bm]thing [A]that [F#m]I    can [G]change. 

Funny the more I  [Bm]try   [A]I    [F#m]stay the [G]same. 

I've convinced my-[Bm]self that [A]though my [F#m]life I [G]must 

compare all that I [Bm]have  [A]and [F#m]match it [G]up 
 
to [G-5]something better


{lead over D(10th)  A(9th)  Bm(7th)  G(7th)}


Is it too late? 

I may already be messed up, y'all.

Am I moving on or moving over?

Is it too late? 

I may already be messed up, y'all,

but fair enough and farewell.

Is it too late? 

I may already be messed up,

because of [G6add9]something better. [G-5]_  [D]_ 




***This represents my own interpretation of the music. 
Comments and suggestions for improvement are appreciated.  
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