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You Do Something To Me chords

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Em Em6/9 Em7 (x3)

[Verse 1]

Em              D     Am7
You do somthing to me
Bm7             Em
Something deep inside
                    D   Am7
I'm hanging on the wire
   Bm7            Em
For the love I'll never find

[Verse 2]
(same chords for all the verses throughout the song)


               C7/G      Am7
Hanging on the wire, yeah
   C/D            Em
I'm waiting on a change
C7                       G
I'm dancing through the fire
       A7                  C              C/D Em
Just to catch a flame and feel real again

[Solo Сhords]

D  Am7  Bm7  Em  Em (x2)  

[Chorus 2]
(as chorus above)

[Verse 3]
(as previous verse)

[Chorus 3]

                     C7/G      Am7
Dancing through the fire, yeah
C/D               Em
Just to catch a flame
C7            G
Just to get close to
      A7             C7            C/D Em
Just close enough to tell you that
                 D     Am7
You do something to me
Bm7             Em  Em6/9 Em7
Something deep inside

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justin85 10 Aug 28, 2006 06:48 AM

this is awesome

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MR ROB 10 Nov 21, 2006 04:44 AM

yeah basically good m8. jus at the end of the parts where it switches D to Am7 theres a Dsus4 in between. and at the end of the verses where it ends on Em its then Em6 to Em7 back to Em6 then to D an start the chorus. hope you catch my drift. If you listen an play along to the live acoustic version you can hear all the chord changes a lot easier an the strumming comes pretty simple.

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lilguitarfreak 35 Sep 23, 2007 01:59 AM

sehr gut

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