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Trisha Yearwood - The Song Remembers When(capo) (Chord)
Album: Trisha Yearwood (1991)
Submitter: EMRLDEYZS (26) on 2/17/04
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CAPO 3

Tabbed By: Emrldeyzs


INTRO:  D   G   D   G   D 
                   

VERSE 1:
      A7                         
I was standing at the counter,
      A7                        
I was waiting for the change,
       A7                            D       
When I heard that old familiar music start.
       A7                      
It was like a lighted match,
         A7                     
had been tossed into my soul,
       A7                          D       
It was like a dam had broken in my heart.

      G                     
After taking every detour,
        G                       
Gettin' lost and losin' track,
        D                  
So that even if I wanted,
        D                      
I could not find my way back.
      G                        
After drivin' out the memory,
       G                            
Of the way things might have been,
      A7                            
After I'd forgotten all about us,
                   D       G 
The song remembers when.  


VERSE 2:
        A7                             
We were rollin' through the Rockies,
        A7                     
We were up above the clouds,
       A7                               D      
When a station out of Jackson played that song.
       A7                          
And it seemed to fit the moment,
        A7                         
And the moment seemed to freeze,
        A7                            D      
When we turned the music up and sang along.

          G                     
And there was a God in Heaven,
        G                          
And the world made perfect sense,
        D                        
We were young and were in love,
            D                  
And we were easy to convince.
        G                          
We were headed straight for Eden,
       G                      
It was just around the bend,
    A7                               A       
And though I have forgotten all about it,
                   D      
The song remembers when.


BRDIGE:
        G                              
I guess something must have happened,
       G                   Bm     
And we must have said good-bye.
       E7                             
And my heart must have been broken,
       A7                     
Though I can't recall just why, 
 NC               D      G   D   G 
The song remembers when.          


VERSE 3:
          A7                          
Well, for all the miles between us,
        A7                          
And for all the time that's past,
          A7                          D     
You would think I haven't gotten very far.
      A7                     
And I hope my hasty heart,
        A7                        
Will forgive me just this once,
     A7                          D         
If I stop to wonder how on earth you are.

           G                     
But that's just a lot of water,
     G                         
Underneath a bridge I burned,
            D                        
And there's no use in backtracking,
       D                       
Around corners I have turned.
        G                           
Still I guess some things we bury,
         G                     
Are just bound to rise again,
    A7                                       
For even if the whole world has forgotten,
                   D      
The song remembers when.


ENDING:
          A7                                      
Yeah, and even if the whole world has forgotten, 
 NC               D      G   D   G   D 
The song remembers when.              


 
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