Although I've a funny feeling she plays it in a different tuning, I reckon this sounds about right. It may be completely wrong, in which case I'm sorry. D Bm G D D You were so smart then, Bm In your jacket and coat, A My softest red scarf was, D Warming your throat. D Winter was on us, Bm At the end of my nose, G (A?) D And I never love England more than when covered in snow. Bm A Well a friend of mine says it's good to hear, G D You believe in love even if set in fear, Bm A Well I'll hold you there brother and set you straight, G D A I only believe true love is frail and willing to break. D I will come back here, Bm Bring me back when I'm old, A I want to lay here, D Forever in the cold, D I might be cold but, Bm I'm just skin and bone, G (A?) D And I never love England more than when covered in snow. D Bm I wrote my name in your book, only God knows why, A And I bet you that he cracked a smile, G D And I'm clearing all the stuff out of my room, D Trying desperately to figure out, A What it is that makes me blue, G D And I wrote an epic letter to you, And it's 22 pages front and back, A And it's too good to be used, G D And I tried to be a girl who likes to be used, D I'm too good for that, G There's a mind under this hat and I, Bm D Called them all and told them i've got to move. D Bm I'm out of love, it's too hard, Bm Bm I'm all alone, it's too hard, D Bm D Bm Feel like running, feel like running, A Running off. D Bm D Bm A And we will keep you, we will keep you little one G A Safe from harm, like an extra arm D You are part of us. D You were so smart then, Bm In your jacket and coat, A My softest red scarf was, D Warming your throat. D Winter will us, Bm Left the end of my nose, G (A?) D And I never love England more than when covered in snow.