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A Word In Spanish 
Elton John/Bernie Taupin

D
I don't know why
G
I just know I do
C
I just can't explain
G
In this language that I use

Something leaves me speechless
Each time that you approach
Each time you glide right through me
As if I was a ghost

Pre-chorus:
D		C    G
If I only could tell you
G		     D  A
If you only would listen
A	   Bm	  C	D	E
I've got a line or two to use on you
E	     C	      G	            D
I've got a romance we could christen

Chorus:
   A			Dm
And there's a word in Spanish
Fm6	          C
I don't understand
	C	    Bdim
But I heard it in a film one time
E7		F
Spoken by the leading man

He said it with devotion
He sounded so sincere
And the words he spoke in Spanish
Brought the female lead to tears
    G	       Am	    F   G		Am
A word in Spanish, a word in Spanish

If you can't comprehend
Read it in my eyes
If you don't understand it's love
In a thin disguise
And what it takes to move you
Each time that you resist
Is more than just a pretty face
To prove that I exist
Pre-chorus
Chorus

	Dm		  G
When manners make no difference
	   C
And my gifts all lay undone
    Dm
I trade my accent in on chance
          B		       E
And fall back on a foreign tongue

Chorus

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cicalinarrot wrote on February 7 2015, 05:20 am

"lack of accuracy" says it all. so I'm ****ing tired of this 20 words thing. really. really really really really

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