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Was It You Chords (ver.1)

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Was It You Chords (ver.1)

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                This is a simple beautiful song, maybe you’d felt like this sometime. Just hope 
you enjoy it... This song's for my girl
Ramón Torres R.

WAS IT YOU – DONAVON FRANKENREITER

When you play "B", in the "what went wrong" part, do this:

e---2--2--2------|
B---4--5--4------|
G---4--4--4------|
D---4--4--4------|
A---2--2--2------|
E----------------|

And similar with the "D" right after:

e---5--5--5------|
B---7--8--7------|
G---7--7--7------|
D---7--7--7------|
A---5--5--5------|
E----------------|



D
was it you
Dm                A
was it me, my friend
D
i don't know
Dm                     A
but it feels like the end
D
where'd you go
Dm
i don't know
A
i don't know
F#m           A             
why don't you tell me
F#m           A
why don’t you tell me
F#m           A
why don’t you tell me
	 B
what went wrong
	 D
what went wrong
Dm                                       A
don't you think we could work it out tonight
D                        Dm                  A
sometimes girl, don't you feel better off alone
D                        Dm          A
sometimes girl, i feel better off alone
D                        Dm
where'd you go, I don’t know
A
I don't know

F#m            A             
why don't you tell me
F#m            A
why don’t you tell me
F#m            A
why don’t you tell me
	 B
what went wrong
	 D
what went wrong
Dm                                       A
don't you think we could work it out tonight 
       ( F#m - A (x3)    B  -  D  -  Dm ) x2   A
Yeah…

D
where'd you go
Dm
i don't know
A
i don't know
D
was it you
Dm               A
was it me, my friend
D                 Dm              
i dont know but it feels like the end
            
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