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She Called Me Kansas Chords (ver.1)

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She Called Me Kansas Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro:  G - Em7 - Bm - D (2x's) 
  
 (verse 1) 
  
 G 
 Sat an' watched the sun come up, 
 Em7                           Bm - D 
 With a blanket wrapped around us, 
 G 
 We spent all night out on that beach, 
 Em7                                    Bm 
 Couldn't hold hold her close enough to me, 
  
 (bridge) 
  
 C          D             G 
 That was love I won't forget, 
        C             D 
 An' I still remember what she said, 
  
  
 (chorus) 
                 C - D - G 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
      C             D              Em7 
 She said that I reminded her of home, 
                 C - D - Bm - Em 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
       Am7       
 An' I know I've never been there, 
            C 
 But it's a place that I'd love to go. 
  
  
 (verse 2) 
 The April air, the crescent moon, 
 Two wild hearts with nothin' to lose. 
 That weekend was all we had, 
 But what I'd give for two more days like that. 
 She looked at me and said goodbye. 
 An' kissed my lips for one last time. 
  
 (chorus) 
                 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
 She said that I reminded her of home, 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
 An' I know I've never been there, 
 But it's a place that I'd love to go. 
  
  
 (bridge) 
  
 F     C                  G 
 Kansas, I'll always remember, 
 F     C    Am7                D           C-D-G 
 Kansas, I hear your name and I am with her, 
        
 Oh, no. 
  
  
 (lead chords - C - D - Bm - Em - C - D - Bm - Em - C - D) 
  
  
 (chorus) 
                 C - D - G 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
      C             D              Em7 
 She said that I reminded her of home, 
                 C - D - Bm - Em 
 She called me,   Kansas, 
       Am7       
 An' I know I've never been there, 
            C 
 But it's a place that I'd love to go. 
            
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