Our Little Secret
by Megan Slankard
from: A Token of the Wreckage


Em7 =  020030

capo 2

G   Em   D   C

G   Em   D   C


Gmaj   Em   Gmaj   Em   C   Cm


G   Am   Em7   Em7 

G   Am   Em7   Em7


G
Have you ever seen the world? 
            Em
You have to kneel down because it’s so small
   D    
Honestly sometimes it don’t shine bright enough
           C
to see at all 

             G             
Yet, if you follow my finger down
    Em
To have a straight line to trace
     D
You see a tiny ball that’s hung with string
C
that dangles down there in outer space Gmaj7 Em And no one is watching you and me Gmaj7 Em Turn the snow on the city by the beach C Cm And we turn all the switches to “freeze” G This is our little secret Am Em7 No one can know of it Ah-ah-ah-ah G This is our little secret Am Em7 We cannot ever speak it Ah-ah-ah-ah Now isn’t this too much fun? Look out at what we’ve done While God’s away the angels play and make a different sport of the sun No one is watching you and me Lift the latches and set all of the birds free And turn all those leaves to wings This is our little secret No one can know of it This is our little secret We cannot ever speak it (lead) e-----------------------------------------12---------7-9-10-9-7---- b--2-3-5--3-5-7--5-7-9--7-9-10---10-7--14---14----10-----------10-- g------------------------------------------------------------------ e-----7------10----10---10--------------------------- b--10--10-8-----8-----8----8--7---7-9-10-6---8---10-- g---------------------------------------------------- No one is watching you and me It’s peaceful; we’ll take a little more please So we turn all the switches to “sleep” This is our little secret No one can know of it This is our little secret We cannot ever speak it This is our little secret No one can know of it This is our little secret We cannot ever speak it This is our little secret, our little secret… ***This represents my own interpretation of the music. Comments and suggestions for improvement are appreciated. Send to faust.muzic *at* gmail *dot* com - Chris Faust