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From: “The Script”

The Man Who Can't Be Moved


by

MARK SHEEHAN, DANIEL O'DONOGHUE,


ANDREW FRAMPTON and STEVEN KIPNER

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The Man Who Can’t Be Moved
Words and Music by Daniel O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan,
Andrew Frampton & Steve Kipner

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1. Go - ing back to the cor - ner where I first saw you, gon -

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3 3 3

na camp in my sleep-ing bag. I’m not gon-na move. Got some words on card-board, got

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2 F/ E B6 B maj7 B6 B maj7
xx x x x x

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your pic-ture in my hand say - ing, “If you see this girl can you tellher where I am.” 2. Some try

F F/ E
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to hand me mon - ey, they don’t un - der - stand. I’m not


3.Police - man says, “Son, you can’t stay here.” I said,

B6 B maj7 B6 B maj7
x x x x

3
3

broke, I’m just a brok - en - heart - ed man. I know


“There’s some - one I’m wait-ing for, if it’s a day, a month, a year.” Got - ta

F F/ E
xx xx

it makes no sense, but what else can I do? And


stand my ground, e - ven if it rains or snows. If

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3
B6 B maj7 B6 B maj7
x x x x

3 3

how can I move on when I’m still in love with you.


’Cause if
she chang - es her mind, this is the first place she will go.

F Csus
xx x xo

one day you wake up and find that you’re miss - ing me, and your

Gm9 B maj7
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heart starts to won - der where on this earth I could be. Think - ing

F Csus
xx x xo

may - be you’ll come back here to the place that we’d meet, and you’ll

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4 Gm9 B maj7 F
x xx

3
3

see me wait - ing for you on the corn - er of the street. So I’m not mov - ing.

1.
Csus Gm9 B maj7
x xo x

I’m not mov - ing.

F F/ E B6 B maj7 B6 B maj7
xx xx x x x x

2. B maj7 F Csus Gm9


x xx x xo

I’m not mov - ing. I’m not mov - ing.

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B maj7 Dm B maj7 5
x xxo x

Peo - ple talk a - bout the guy who’s wait - ing on a

C6 Gm7 Dm
x o xxo
3

girl. Oh, oh. There are no holes in his

B maj7 C6 Gm7
x x o
3

shoes, but a big hole in his world. Mm. May -

B maj7 Csus
x x xo

- be I’ll get fa - mous as the man who can’t be moved. And may -

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6 B maj7 Csus
x x xo

- be you won’t mean to, but you’ll see me on the news and you’ll come

B maj7 Csus G9
x x xo x ox

run-ning to the corn - er ’cause you know it’s just for you. I’m the man

who can’t be moved. I’m the man who can’t be moved. ’Cause if

F Csus
xx x xo

one day you wake up and find that you’re miss - ing me, and your

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7
Gm9 B maj7 F
x xx

heart starts to won - der where on this earth I could be. Think-ing may - be you’ll come back here to the

Csus Gm9
x xo

place that we’d meet, and you’ll see me wait - ing for you on the

1. 2.
B maj7 B maj7 F
x x xx

3 3

corn - er of the street. ’Cause if corn - er of the street. Go - ing back to the cor - ner where

F/ E B6 B maj7 B6 B maj7
xx x x x x

3 3 3

I first saw you, gon - na camp in my sleep-ing bag. I’m not gon-na move.

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