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Damien Rice, I Remember Chords (ver.1)

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I Remember Chords (ver.1)

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                Damien Rice - I Remember

My favourite Damien Rice song!! I couldn't find any chords on the web so tried out my
own. This is my first submission (been playing guitar for 2 months so go easy on me).
This is how I play it, it's not correct to the song but I manage fine with this version.
 Capo on 2nd Fret!  If you have any suggestions to make it better then let me know.

Em                    G
I remember it well
             C              D       
The first time that I saw
         C                     D
Your head around the door
           G                  C
'Cause mine stopped working


Em                   G
I remember it well
                 C              D
There was wet in your hair
         C           D
I was stood in stare
       G                 C
And time stopped moving

                 G      
I want you here tonight
                D
I want you here
             G                           C
'Cause I can't believe what I found
                G                               D
I want you here tonight want you here
G                             C                  Em
Nothing is taking me down, down, down...

(Repeat chords as before)

I remember it well
Taxied out of a storm
To watch you perform
And my ships were sailing

I remember it well
I was stood in your line
And your mouth, your mouth, your mouth...

I want you here tonight
I want you here
'Cause I can't believe what I found
I want you here tonight want you here
Nothing is taking me down, down, down...

(I don't know the rest where Damien Rice come into it but I prefer just the woman's part of the song)
            
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