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Charley Pride - Where Do I Put Her Memory (Chord)
Album: The Essential Charley Pride (1997)
Submitter: lmofle (666) on 10/21/04 2 comments
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Where Do I Put Her Memory
By Charley Pride
Tabbed by Larry Mofle
rmofle at satx.rr.com
10/21/2004


Capo 2


     D          G          D 
Iíve taken down all of her pictures
     D           A          D
Iíve cleaned out all of her drawers
  D       G        D
I painted over the scratches
     D      A          D 
From all of our little wars
  D    F#m Bm    D7 
I put away every gift 
     G                D
That she ever gave to me
    D    F#m      Bm A    G
Now everything is in itís place
  D        A       D
Except for her memory


Chorus:
    D          F#m     Bm  D7
And where do I put her memory
          G                   D
When itís haunts me night and day
        D    F#m       Bm
I canít hide it in the closet
    E7                     A
And lord I canít throw it away
    D          F#m     Bm  D7
And where do I put her memory
          G            D 
When itís always in my mind
        D          F#m
I canít chase it, erase it 
  Bm        A  G
I just have to face it
           D          A          D
Itís gonna be there a long, long time



Up Ĺ step to D# (or move capo to 3)

And where do I put her memory
When itís always in my mind
I canít chase it, erase it 
I just have to face it
Itís gonna be there a long, long time
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Lyrics are missing, some of the chords are wrong and there's defenitly no capo here.The song is in E. I'll send the right tab later...

JJ
-countrymidikara | 7/24/2005
You are correct - you CAN play this without a capo but for beginner
players, a B is harder than an A and with a capo on 2, you can play
the D, A G - it is still the key of E.

-lmofle | 7/24/2005
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