If I Wrote You
by Dar Williams
from "End Of The Summer"
transcribed by Lisa Martin
Capo 1st fret
Intro: Em C G Em C G
Em C Am C
I never thought you were the letter writing type
Em C Am C
So now I see the words you choose the way you write
Em Bm C G
So I started to write back about the trees in the snow
Em Bm C G
And I saw a bird, couldn't say what it was but I thought you'd know
Am C G
You always surprised me
Em C G Em C G Em C G
CHORUS: And if I wrote you; if I wrote you; you would know me
Em C G
And you would not write me again
Em C Am C
And when the spring came and flooded all the streams
Em C Am C
It's like how you got the night you told me all your dreams
Em Bm C G
And when the barn roof sagged after an icy bout
Em Bm C G
It's like how you shrugged when you knew the truth was the only way out
Am C G
But not the only way, oh no
CHORUS
Em C Am C
We drew our arms around the bastard sons
Em C Am C
We never would drink to the chosen ones
Em Bm C G
Well you know the way I went was not the way I planned
Em Bm C G
But I thought the world needed love and a steady hand
Am C G
So I'm steady now
Em C G Em C G Em C G
And I'm so happy; I had to tell you; and I love you
Em C G
And you will not write me again
Em C G Em C G
You will not write me again
Em C G
You will not write me again


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