Mumford & SonsMumford & Sons – Hot Gates

Mumford & Sons – Hot Gates

Mumford & Sons – Hot Gates Chords and Lyrics

Artist : Mumford & Sons
Song : Hot Gates

[Intro] : C

[Verse 1] :
C
there is no great thing to stop and sing
C
waiting for the rain 
C                             
and this perfect pill it’s all too much 
                F  Am G
on the edge again
                F  Am G
don’t look away 
  
          C
couldn't help but note the cold disdain in your precious face
          C
why do you always speak when you have no grace in your precious face

[Chorus 1] :
   F           Am        G        
but even in the dark I saw you were the only one alone
F           Am                G
these hot gates you spit your vitriol though you swore you wouldn’t do this anymore
F           Am           G
i cant be for you , all of the things that you want me to.
F                      Am           G
but i will love you constantly there's precious little else to me
    Am           G           C       
and though we cry we must stay alive

C   G 

[Verse 2] :
        C
another fragile edge a tender sounds

and then you went aground 
       C
your a duller blade a promise out of sight

there’s nothing here for you tonight

[Chorus 2] :
   F           Am        G        
but even in the dark I saw you were the only one alone
F           Am                G
these hot gates you spit your vitriol though you swore you wouldn’t do this anymore
F           Am           G
i cant be for you , all of the things that you want me to.
F                      Am           G
but i will love you constantly there's precious little else to me
 
[Bridge] :
   Am           G           C       
and though we cry we must stay alive
    Am           G           C       
and my blood only runs out when my world decides
    Am           G           C       
there is no way out of your only life
    Am           G           C       
so run on run on

[Solo] : F  Am  G (x4)   

[Ending] : Am  G  C (x2)   

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