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Still Reelin' (From Those Rock 'n' Roll Days)  Dan Seals

(From: In A Quiet Room II)
Capo 2
Verse One:
I [D]remember where I was the first time I saw [G]Elvis
In our [D]living room on our black and white T[A]V
He sang [D]Blue Suede Shoes, and when the song was [G]over
I [D]knew things would never [A]be the same for [D]me
Verse Two:
I grew up in a house where the doors were always open
Where a stranger was just someone I did not know
With dreams of far off places and old guitars
I fell asleep listenin' to the all night radio
Now the [G]rooms in this old house are all [D]empty
And some[G]times I wonder just how far I've [A]come
And I know [G]somethings [A]must [D]end, I don't [G]know where I fit [D]in
Still reelin' from those [A]rock n' roll [D]days
Verse Three:
Grandad died and left me his old Chevy
4800 pounds of Detroit steel
Sometimes at night, I wish that I still had it
So it could drive me back to the way I used to feel
Now the buildings down on Main Street are all empty
And sometimes I wonder just how far we've come
And I know somethings must end, though I try hard to fit in
Still reelin' from those rock n' roll days
So I come back to this place when I feel empty
And I play those old songs I love to hear
And I know somthings must end, got to find where I fit in
Still reelin' from those rock n' roll days
Still reelin' from those rock n' roll days
OUtro (play twice)
[D]Sha la la la la, you know I [G]love you
[D]Sha la la la la, I always [A]will
[D]Sha la la la la, I'm thinking [G]of you
Oh, [D]sha la la, you [A]know the way I [D]feel

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