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Something I Like Chords

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Something That I Like 
Written By: Landon Austin and Allen Salmon

Capo: 4

Intro:   D Bm D/F# G A

Verse1
D
You've got a smile that kills me
Bm
Your stare is so misleading
D/F#      G     A
You're so beautiful

 D
You know all that you do
Bm
takes this heart, makes it beat for you
D/F#      G     A
oh        beautiful

Pre-Chorus:

Em  G
Oh oh

CHORUS
D                             G
You've Got something that I like
                       C
You're always on my mind
          G/B              D
Don't you know, don't you know
D                                 G
You've got that something that I need
                           C
and You know it's killing me
          G/B                  D
don't you know, it's meant to be
        C              G/B                   D
and i won't let you go until you're missing me 


VERSE2
D
Dont let there be a distance
Bm
Between us because this is
D/F# G   A
So beautiful
D
I'm always chasing after
Bm
Your steps they let me wander
D/F#     G        Gm
Just want you to stay

 
PRE-CHORUS:
CHORUS

Bridge
    Em   G    D           
And you are bright among the stars
A
lighting up the dark
    Em    G          D                            A
and you dear are everything I've wanted from the start

PRE-CHORUS X2
CHORUS X2
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josephalsolives wrote on October 2 2013, 01:17 am

"and i won't let you go 'cause you're everything to me." at the end of the chorus

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