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I've had enough days
I've seen them all
I've had enough days
Wont you catch me when I fall

My heart was open
Like an open book

Only you can close it
Wont you come and take a look
2 3 4
And I'm going down to london town
For a little while just to make me smile
I'm not going down to london town
I've had enough days
I've seen them all
I've had enough days
Wont you catch me when I fall
What seems to be the problem
Seems to be the truth
Only you can find it
When you know you'll hit the roof



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  • alexthomasdavis
    alexthomasdavisFeb 27, 2014 at 8:10 am
    This song is about having had enough. Enough Days is a great title! I love it. It chronicles also my contradictions of whether or not to go down to London for a change of scene. The chords are also really good and proper melancholy. I think I copied the first two chords from Soul Rebel by Bob Marley, obviously you can't tell as the song itself is totally different and has a change of pace too.

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