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February Air Acoustic chords

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version 3

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   C           G
If you don't believe me,
   Am             F
If you don't like my plans.
C           G
You mustn't tell me,
    Am          F                        C
How I know your face like the back of my hand.

C           G
We walk the city,
Am        F
I talk so you understand.
C            G
So won't you tell me,
    Am          F                         C
How I know this place like the back of my hand.

C  G        Am
My arms get cold 
   F
In February air.
C      G           Am
Please don't loose hold 
   F
Of me, out there.

C                 G
And I know you're near me
Am         F
I know you understand.
C               G
Say that you're with me
Am             F                          C
Do you know my face like the back of your hand.

C  G        Am
My arms get cold
   F
In February air.
C      G           Am
Please don't loose hold
   F
Of me, out there.




And that's pretty much how it goes for the whole song. (C G Am F)  
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Ballrooms 129 Sep 21, 2009 06:54 PM

I think that for the intro and the verses it sounds better to go C-Em-Am-F, and then once the chorus hits, go to C-G-Am-F. But that's just me. Well done, btw.

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xxchococatxx 10 May 13, 2010 09:15 AM

The octave seems a bit too low for me, but it's still a very good attempt. Four stars.

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