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Eddie Rabbitt - I Don't Know Where To Start (Chord)
Album: Step By Step (1990)
Submitter: lmofle (340) on 4/12/02 2 comments
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I Donít Know Where To Start
By Eddie Rabbitt

D/C - X3X230
E7  - 020130

D               D/C             Bm               G
I stopped by to look around for things I left behind
         D                 E7                G                 A
With the years we spent together, thereís no telling what Iíll find
             D           D/C               Bm               G
Itís not the keys or the records, itís the love Iím looking for
          D                E7            A                D
Cause the last time that I had it, I was walking out your door


And I came by to get some things I used to call my own
I didnít think Iíd need Ďem when I started out alone
Itís not the books or the records but my heart Iím looking for
Cause the last time that I felt it I was walking out your door


Chorus:
    D                     G             A7           D 
But I donít know where to start looking for a lonely heart
           B7              E7                 A7
Oh I could tear this place apart if you wonít mind it
     D              G            A7          D
On a shelf behind a book, in the closet on a hook
         B7           E7              A7   D
If youíd only help me look I know Iíd find it


I stopped in to tell you that there isnít any doubt
That the things I left here here with you are the things I canít live without
You can keep all that I have ever owned, itís the love Iím looking for
Cause the last time that I felt it I was walking out your door
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I, likewise, have been looking for this rascal for a long while. I'd always played it with a straight C as the second chord instead of a D/C, but I knew in my heart it wasn't right. So I would like to add my thanks to lmofle for posting it and this board for the opportunity to get it...

Ray...
-SchiskaMeister | 11/20/2004
This is the best song by the Rabbitman and I am glad to finally get to play it while I'm drinkin' beer!
-Benhouk | 5/10/2005
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