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Blue October, Calling You Chords (ver.1)

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Calling You Chords (ver.1)

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                "Calling You" by Blue October

Notes: The basic framework for this song is C F Dm G, with the pre-choruses
something like F Dm Am G.  I saw Blue October live at Super Bash in Houston on
1/31/04, and they rocked.  They played this song last, and I moshed like a


[Verse 1]
					 Dm	G
There's something that I can't quite explain
	    C		   F			  Dm 	G
I'm so in love with you - You'll never take that away
C		   F		  Dm	  F
  And if I said a hundred times before
	  C		  F		       Dm    G
expect a thousand more - You never take that away 


[Pre-chorus]

Well expect me to be
F
calling you to see
	   Dm
if you're ok when I'm not around
Am
asking if you love me
G
I love the way you make it sound
F
Calling you to see
     Dm			       Am
do I try too hard to make you smile
	    G
to make a smile


[Chorus]
		    C		 F
Well I will keep calling you to see
	   Dm	
if you're sleepin' are you dreamin' and
	   G				   C
if you're dreamin' are you dreamin' of me
	    F	              Dm  	   G
I can't believe you actually picked...me


[Verse 2]

I thought that the world had lost its sway

(it's so hard sometimes)

then I fell in love with you (then came you)

and you took that away

(it's not so difficult, the world is not so difficult)

you take away the old, show me the new

and I feel like I can fly when I stand next to you

so what if I'm on this phone a hundred miles from home

I take the words you gave and send them back to you


[Pre-chorus]


[Chorus]


[Bridge, which is something like Am Dm G C]


[Repeat chorus twice and then fade out over "whoa oh oh" over chorus chords]
            
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