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Brad Paisley - New Favorite Memory (Chord)
Album: This Is Country Music (2011)
Submitter: Koichi Kondo (543) on 5/28/11 1 comment
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New Favorite Memory
Written by Brad Paisley, Robert Arthur & Frank Rogers
Recorded by Brad Paisley

Intro.:   | (Am) (D) | (Am) (D) | (G)  | (C)

Your (C)fumblin' 'round in the (D)bedroom, (Em) tryin' to (F#m)put on your (G)shoes
(C)Hair still down, (D)dress half on, (Em)lookin' like you're a-(F#m)bout to blow a (G)fuse
(Am)I know what's about to happen, I can (D)read you like a book
(Am)Your about to shoot that cute little, (D)yeah we're late look

There it (C)is, baby, don't (G) move, I wanna soak this (Am)in
I've got a (D)new favorite memory of (G) you

(C)Drivin' thru town, (D)runnin' red lights, (Em) you take my (F#m)hand in the (G)car
(C)Finally make it to the (D)restaurant and (Em)our friends are two drinks (F#m) in at the (G)bar
(Am)I know what's about to happen, if (D)folks don't change that dial
(Am)She's about to light the room up with a (D)laugh and a smile

There it (C)is, baby, don't (G) move, I wanna soak this (Am)in
I've got a (D)new favorite memory of (G) you

Yeah, I'm (Am)gonna fall for it, (D)baby I know
(Am)Wait for it, wait for it, (D)here I (Am)go

Inst.:  | (Am) (D) | (G)  |

(C)Fumblin' 'round in the (D)bedroom, (Em) tryin' to (F#m)take off your (G)shoes
(C)Hair back down, (D)dress half off, (C) look at me

There it (C)is, baby, don't (G) move
I wanna soak this (Am)in, I got a (D)new favorite memory of (G) you

Here we (G)go a-(Am)gain
I've got a (D)new favorite memory of (G) you  | (C)  | (G) ---
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I think the F#m is actually a D/F#. The rest sounds great. Thanks for taking the time to chart it out.
-joedwright | 8/29/2011
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