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Bringing Back Those Memories

Music & Lyrics By: Mark Joseph

Chords:
Emadd9 = 0 2 2 0 0 2

Intro:
D    G   F#m  D  

Verse 1:
D
Why do you feel this way?
    G                  Em                D
You bring back all the memories of yesterday
   Bm          G          G  F#m Em
My wounds are open again!
Em                          D
I didn't know that it would reach this far
Em                                        D
Didn't know there was no such thing as a 'temporary scar'

    Em    
Now we've been sinners
    G
and we've been saints
D
some say one's better, but I say it ain't
Em                   G               A
All the time you're looking round to me... 

Chorus:
        Em                   G        D
And it's bringing back those memories again
        Em                   G                D
And I'm thinking bout' those days that I knew then
         Em                  G
And it's bringing back those memories
Em                  G
Bringing back those enemies
Em                   G       D
Bringing back those memories again

Verse 2:
D
Why do you act this way?
    G               Em                  D
I'm feeling all the pressures of yesterday
    Bm       G          G F#m Em
The past is open again!
Em                     D
How did I know it would be this hard
Em                                D
Seems like I'm dying inside, it's gone too far

       Em
Cause' we've been sinners
    G
And we've been saints
D                      
I should have listened, but now it's too late
Em                   G               A
All the while you're reaching out to me. 


Chorus:
        Em                   G        D
And it's bringing back those memories again
        Em                   G                D
And I'm thinking bout' those days that I knew then
         Em                  G
And it's bringing back those memories
Em                  G
Bringing back those enemies
Em                   G        Emadd9
Bringing back those memories again

Instrumental:

Emadd9         A

Ending:
Em                  G
Bringing back those memories
         Em                  G         D
And it's Bringing back those memories again
        Em                   G                D
And I'm thinking bout' those days that I knew then
          Em                  G
Well it's bringing back those memories
Em                  G
Bringing back those enemies
Em                  G         D
Bringing back those memories again

            
            
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Indecisive 22 Jul 23, 2010 11:31 AM

Thanks for working this out, along with the whole album! Great work and I really appreciate it as it would have taken me years to figure it out (and it would have been wrong) I'm so terrible. I've been working through and practicing a few of them, and thought I'd put down how I play this one in case anyone is interested.

Here's how I strum the intro:

D...............G...........F#m.D
d.d.du.u.u.u....d.d.du.u.ud.d..ud
1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4&1

where you let the last D ring out and carry over into the first line of the verse.

For the verse, I basically strum each chord once, but with the following bits:
-immediately before the Em on the second line ("memories of yesterday...") I pick from G to E on the low E string as such: 3-2-(strum Em)
-before the Em on the fifth line ("didn't know there was no such thing...") I do something similar on the high E string: 3-2-0-(strum Em)

For what I call the pre-chorus section ("we've been sinners...") I use a standard strum for each chord:

d.du.udu
1&2&3&4&

Except for the final 'A' chord before the choruse, which I just strum up and down (dudududu).

For the chorus I use the same standard strum above (d.du.udu). On the last line of the first chorus I strum the G chord once and the D chord as well, which then goes right into the next verse without another strum.

The second chorus I strum down four times on the last G instead of just the one strum:

d.d.d.d.
1&2&3&4&

Then a standard strum (d.du.udu) again for the instrumental.

Most of the ending I use a standard strum (d.du.udu), but for the first line I strum Em once and G once only and let them ring. I also strum the G and D on the last line only once each and let them ring.

That's a lot of words for a way to play it that isn't right, but it's how I'm playing it at the moment. Maybe another beginner will see it and it will help them, who knows?

Thanks again to Ray Costello for posting all of these for this album though, that was outstanding to see.

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