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To Know Him Is To Love Him Chords (ver.1)

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To Know Him Is To Love Him Chords (ver.1)

Amy Winehouse
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                Amy Winehouse - To Know him is to love him

Standard tuning
No capo


Chords:

C:   x32010
G:   320033
Am:  xx2210
F:   133211
Eb:  xx1343
D:   xx0232
D2:  xx0235
Ab:  466544

Intro:
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Bridge 1:

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Bridge 2:

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(Intro)


C         C
  To know know know him
G                 G
  Is to love love love him
Am        Am
  Just to see that smile
F          (Brigde 1)
  Makes my life worthwhile


C         C
  To know know know him
G                 G
  Is to love love love him
C           F         C        G
  And I do, and I do, and I do

C             C
  Oh, I'll be good to him
G            G
  I'll bring joy to him
Am              Am
  Everyone says there'll come a day
F                     (Bridge 1)
  When I'll walk alongside of him

C         C
  To know know know him
G                 G
  Is to love love love him
C           F                C        (Bridge 2)
  And I do, I really do, and I do

Eb    C
  Why can't he see
Ab                 G
  How blind can he be
Eb    C         F     Bm
  Someday he'll see
D         D2        G
  That he was meant for me


C         C
  To know know know him
G                 G
  Is to love love love him
Am        Am
  Just to see that smile
F          (Brigde 1)
  Makes my life worthwhile

C         C
  To know know know him
G                 G
  Is to love love love him
C           F                C
  And I do, I really do, and I do

Enjoy!

-Victor Medina.
            
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