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I Wonder Chords (ver.1)

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I Wonder Chords (ver.1)

Chelsea Williams
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capo at 3rd fret

C Am Em7 F

C                           Am
 Drove like a bullet up the West Coast
Em7                        F 
 Had to find somewhere to hide
C                              Am
 Things aren't going like they should go
Em7                       F
 Money's tighter than my pride

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Would it really matter
Em7                    F
 if I never came back down

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Who would know it if I
Em7              F
 never turned around

C                             Am 
 All my friends are skipping town now
Em7                       F
 and I don't want to be alone
C                               Am 
 Stopped paying rent so I got kicked out
Em7                     F
 Now I got no place to go

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Would it really matter
Em7                    F
 if I never came back down

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Who would know it if I
Em7              F
 never turned around


C Am Em7 F
(instrumental)


C                           Am
 Drove like a bullet up the West Coast
Em7                        F 
 Had to find somewhere to hide
C                              Am
 Things aren't going like they should go
Em7                       F
 Money's tighter than my pride

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Would it really matter
Em7                    F
 if I never came back down

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Who would know it if I
Em7              F
 never turned around

C
 And I wonder
Am
 How my little heart
Em7                F 
 can feel so much pain

C
 And I wonder
Am
 Would it ever change* 
Em7                   F
 or will it be too late

C Am Em7 F
   
Too late

C Am Em7 F

Too late

(*some versions: If my luck'll change)
            
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