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Cant Help Falling In Love With You Chords

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Can't Help Falling In Love With You - Ingrid Michaelson


[Intro]

C


[Verse]

C     G   Am    F           C   G
Wise men say: only fools rush in
F    G      Am     Dm     C       G    C
But I can't help falling in love with you

C     G   C    Am        C   G
Shall I stay, Would it be a sin
F    G      Am     F    Am       G   C
if I can't halp falling in love with you


[Chorus]

Em       Am
Like a river flows
Em       Am
Surely to the sea
Em       Am
Darling so it goes
Em       F           Dm
Some things are meant to be


[Verse]

 C   G   Am     F    C            G
Take my hand, take my whole life too
 F   G    Am       F    C       G    C
if I can't help falling in love with you
 F   G    Am       Dm    C       G    C
Yet I can't help falling in love with you


[Chorus]

Em       Am
Like a river flows
Em       Am
Surely to the sea
Em       Am
Darling so it goes
Em       F           Dm
Some things are meant to be


[Verse]

C   G   Am     F    C            G
Take my hand, take my whole life too
 F   G    Am       F    C       G    C
if I can't help falling in love with you
 F   G    Am       Dm    C       G    C
Yet I can't help falling in love with you


[Outro]

G    C       G    C               G    C
with you... with you... with you
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forever.wishing393 53 wrote on October 23 2015, 03:28 pm

most accurate chords ever!
Great Job!!!

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