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Wandering Around Chords (ver.1)

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Wandering Around Chords (ver.1)

Coconut Records
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                12.16.2009


TUNING: (E A D G B E)

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timing on the changes. Cheers!

INTRO: F

VERSE:
Dm        C        F
All of my days are blending
    Dm   C      F
into one lonely night
      Dm      A7          Bb                       F
I keep hoping that you're on your way over but I'm 
         C      Bb   F
probably losing sight
Dm          C          F
Just when I started to feel good
             Dm   C      F
You called me  up on the phone
      Dm        A7       Bb
Askin' how I've been and what am I doin'
         F          C       Bb  F
and I say, "Nothing much at all.
          F        C           Dm
In fact, I haven't really been home."

CHORUS:
          F     Bb   C   Dm
I've been wandering around
          F     Bb   C   Dm
I've been wandering around
          F     Bb   C   F
I've been wandering around
          Dm    Bb   C
I've been wandering around

VERSE 2:
(begins just instrumental)
Dm, C, F
Dm, C, F
Dm, A7, Bb
          F         C        Bb
You know I couldn't love you more
            F                C     Dm
But I'm sure you've heard it all before

CHORUS:
          F     Bb   C   Dm
I've been wandering around
          F     Bb   C   Dm
I've been wandering around
          F     Bb   C   A7
I've been wandering around
          Dm    Bb             C
I've been wandering, I've been wandering
 D  Em            G     C    D  Em
Around, I've been wandering around
          G     C    D  Em
I've been wandering around
          G     C    D       D
I've been wandering around, around

VERSE OUT:
Dm        C        F
All of my days are blending
    Dm   C      F
Into one lonely night
            
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