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Always Something There to Remind Me  Don Williams

INTRO
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb Ebm/F#
I walk along the city streets you used to walk along with me,
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb
And every step I take recalls how much in love we used to be.
How can I for[Bb]get you? [F]
When there is [Bb]always something [Eb]there to remind me[Bb].
Always something [Eb]there to remind me.[Bb]
I was [Dm]born to [Gm]love you, and I will [Eb]never be [F]free,
You'll always be a [Bb]part of me.
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb Ebm/F#
When shadows fall, I pass a small cafe where we would dance at night,
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb
And I can't help recalling how it how it felt to kiss and hold you tight.
How could I for[Bb]get you? [F]
When there is [Bb]always something [Eb]there to remind me[Bb].
Always something [Eb]there to remind me.[Bb]
I was [Dm]born to [Gm]love you, and I will [Eb]never be [F]free,
You'll always be a [Bb]part of me.
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb Ebm/F#
If you should find you miss the sweet and tender love we used to share,
Bb Bbmaj7 Bb9(no3rd) Eb
Just come on back to the places where we used to go, and I'll be there.
How could I for[Bb]get you? [F]
When there is,[F] when there is,[F#]
[(F#] When [Ab]there [Bb)]is [B]always something [E]there to remind me.[B]
Always something [E]there to remind me.[B]
Always something [E]there to remind me.[B]
Always something [E]there to remind me.[B] (fade)

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