“Moment” by Chris Moore – Chords, Tabs, & How to Play

Originally posted 2009-12-23 23:00:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

“Moment”
Chris Moore

F
They say you’re coming around to this cold New England town.
Well, that don’t mean much to them, but that sure means a lot to me.
G
You’ve seen many parts of the world, reporting on the Vietnamese.
All I want to see today is you in your red and green Christmas fleece.

G
Strange things have happened to me on these snowy Christmas eves…

They say you’re coming around, but they don’t say anything else.
Don’t leave me here in the dark; please lead me out in the cold.
Let me know that you’re coming for sure. (I’d wait forever for her.)
By now, you know that you’re the type of a girl who rocks the world
of a guy in a rural town.

Strange things are happening to me on this snowy Christmas eve…

E                                       D
You don’t need a blanket, and you don’t need a bed.
E                                                                     G
If all you’ve got’s my shoulder, baby, you can rest your head.

G                                        C
Remember last Christmas, building the tree,
G                                       C7
Lying under the branches, just you and me?
We were talking about Jesus, defining the Holy Ghost,
Wondering where our senses of humor went when we needed them most.

You don’t need a blanket, and you don’t need a bed.
If all you’ve got’s my shoulder, baby, you can rest your head.

I attended a Thursday mass in the center of town.
Looking out for your big, bright cathedral eyes.
I was always the one who tries, and you were the one.
And I in my sport coat, and you in your dress — we knew it was best…

INSTRUMENTAL (over G – C – G – C7)

G
Hay was all they had in the manger,

E
Hay was all that Mary had.
But that didn’t matter none to Mary ’cause

C
Mary had Joseph to share each and every

Cmin
Moment…

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