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Mike McClure - Where The Wild Ones Run (Chord)
Album: Camelot Falling (2005)
Submitter: RagweedisNo.1 (0) on 8/30/05 2 comments
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Where The Wild Ones Run
Mike McClure Band
Camelot Falling

intro: C, G, D, G 

C          G
i tried to warn myself
C               G
but i wouldn't listen
C            G
i could not hide from her
her intentions
C            G
i could not stop myself
D              Em
i knew it was wrong
           C               G
but some things they just pull you
         D      G
to the great unknown

C             G           C        G 
she is like a wild horse nobody's ridden
C             G
then when she came to me
i was ready, she was willin'
        C        G
then i took her out
D                 Em
straight into the sun
       C        G                 D        G
and i took her down to where the wild ones run
(outro only) and i always remember where the wild ones run

well she trembled when i touched her
and her heart beat so wild
and i watched how she faded
into a woman from a child
and when she held onto me
i could tell she didn't know
that the heat fades fast 
and the heart breaks slow


Em           C           G        D
she came to view me the same old way
Em                      C             
fills her eyes up with questions
       G               D
i got answers i can't say
Em               C            G          D
and everytime i tell her what i already know
C                      G
is that you can't come back
                D        G               
from where the wild ones go

 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I think the lyrics are actually "the heart breaks slow" not "the heart beats slow".
-outlaw082 | 9/20/2005
Yeah. That's right about the lyrics.

Also, it only credits Mac and Frank Neville on the album. Where did you get the Jaime Kelley thing from?

-RHBWACO | 1/3/2006
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