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Who I Am Chords

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“Who I am” Guitar Chords
By Wade Bowen and West 84

Tuning:  EADGBe (normal)
Note:  I decided to put this online because while the version with a capo 
is close, the tonality is not right enough for me!  It is also the same 4 
chords for the whole song, and I get bored with it so I end up embellishing 
the picking and strumming patterns.  I am only play this with my acoustic 
and don’t have the benefit of doing the solo, so it's not here (sorry!).  
Also, just so you know, I tried to put the chords right over the words that 
the chord hits on so that it's easier to read the two.  Enjoy!

Intro (picked):


Esus4	       	             E (strum beat 3)

Verse 1 (still picking)
  Asus2				 Fm
I love to watch the sunset as it fades behind the trees 
Dsus2			  Esus4	           E
Love to talk with God and get down upon my knees
  Asus2			         Fm
I love the times I spend with my family and friends
Dsus2			    Esus4	       E
Love to dream about all the places I've never been

Chorus (Strummed)
      Asus2				   Fm
And I love to watch you laugh and smile, I love to watch you dream 
Dsus2			   	      Esus4		 E
Love it when you take my hand just to let me know you believe in me 
      Asus2			     Fm
And I love it that you're my girl, I love that I'm your man 
Dsus2			     Esus4	  E
Now that you're in my life Baby I know exactly who I am 

Verse 2 (strummed)
        Asus2		          Fm
Well, I know I love the ladies, I love to go out at night 
  Dsus2				  Esus4	              E
I love it how we make up each and every time that we fight 
     Asus2		       Fm
Oh I love you oh so very much, love you more than words can say
Dsus2				        Esus4		   E
      And I don't know how or why but I love you more everyday 


Instrumental break (Same 4 chords once through – I don’t do the solo like
the band, but I do embellish the heck out of this part with strumming 
patterns and extra left hand notes – like turning the Dsus2 into a D chord 
with a hammer-on at times)

Chorus to end

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Aggieman 59 Nov 11, 2015 07:21 PM

I'm pretty positive the Fm are supposed to be F#m

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ckellymaine 10 Aug 12, 2016 08:40 PM

didn't like this contribution

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