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I Knew I'd Want You  The Byrds

Date: 14 Jan 1997 23:29:29 GMT
Hello all,
Here's a great Gene Clark song from 1965's The Byrds. Peace.
Rick
 
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I Knew I'd Want You - The Byrds
(Gene Clark)
[3/4]  
[/] [Em] [/] [Em] [/] [D] [/] [D] [/]  
[/] [Em] [/] [Em] [/] [D] [/] [D] [/]  
[Em] I'd like to l[D]ove you [C] with all of my h[G]eart
You've had me on y[F]our trip [Em] right from the s[A]tart
[C] And when you [Em]looked at me [C] with love in your [Em]eyes
I k[F]new I'd want y[D]ou oh y[D7]eah
[Em] I'd like to h[D]old you [C] if you want me [G]to
I found something n[F]ew girl [Em] just by looking at [A]you
[C] And it's in your s[Em]mile [C] and it's in the [Em]way
I k[F]new I'd want y[D]ou oh y[D7]eah
[C] I meet so many p[G]eople [F] I feel I don't [Em]know
[C] [G] [F] [D] [Dsus4] [DaddA]  
 
 But I felt so close to you when you said hello----oh-----oh

[Em] I'd like to l[D]ove you [C] and together we'd f[G]ind
the place we've been l[F]ooking for [Em] where we'll have peace of m[A]ind
[C] And there we'll be h[Em]appy [C] and there I'll know [Em]why
I k[F]new I'd want y[D]ou oh y[D7]eah oh y[F]eah__[E]_
 
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 B --------9--7-----7s9------
 G --------------9-----------
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Dsus4: x00233
DaddA: x00235

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