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Cascades, There's A Reason Chords (ver.1)

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There's A Reason Chords (ver.1)

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Intro:  C Am  (2x)


           C            Am
There's a reason for a snowfall,
   C            Am
A reason why a tree's tall,
   C            Am        C-C7
A reason why a star  is bright.
   F              Dm
A reason why the moon glows,
   C              Dm
A reason why the wind blows,
   C               Am      C
A reason why it's dark at night.

Chorus:
            G            F
     But I don't know why I should cry
     G                 F
     Just because you said goodbye
            C         Am      Dm(7)
     There must be a reason,
         G             C
     I’d like to know why.
        Am   Dm(7)              G
     Oh why, oh I’d like to know

           C            Am
There's a reason for a sunbeam,
    C           Am
A reason for a daydream,
    C             Am      C-C7
A reason why the desert's dry.
    F            Dm  
A reason why a stream falls,
   F                 Dm
A reason why there's rainbows,
   C            Am     C
A reason for a cloudy sky.


(Repeat Chorus Except Last 2 Lines)

     G            C-F-C-C7
I'd like to know why.


Bridge:

       F               Em
There was a time when I could smile,
     F                 Em        
We'd sit and talk of us awhile,
 F             Em
Times I never got your love
      D                G     F
And thanked my lucky stars above

(Repeat 1st Stanza & Chorus)

CODA: (FADE)
       C         Am    Dm(7)
There must be a reason,
     G            C
I'd like to know why (why, oh,
     Am   Dm(7)          (G)
    why, why I'd like to know).
         G       C-Am-Dm(7)
Please tell me why,
    G         C-Am-Dm(7)-G-
I wanna know why…
            
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