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You Are The Woman Chords (ver.1)

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You Are The Woman Chords (ver.1)

Firefall
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                You Are the Woman
Words and music by Rick Roberts
(from the album "FireFall")

Intro - D  F#m  Em  A  D  F#m  Em


Chorus -

D        F#m                 Em    A
 You are the woman that I?ve always dreamed of,

D       F#m           Em  A
 I knew it from the start

D      F#m                      Em       A
 I saw your face and that?s the last I?ve seen of my

D          F#m                 Em        A
 heart


Verse -
G                                D         A
 It?s not so much the things you say to me

G                        D       A
 It?s not the things you do

G                                 D
 It?s how I feel each time you?re close to me

Em                      A
 That keeps me close to you

CHORUS

G                              D          A
 It?s not so much your  pretty face I see

G                         D    A
 It?s not the clothes you wear

G                               D
 It?s more that special way you look at me

Em                          A
 That always keeps me there, woh-oh

CHORUS, then  GUITAR SOLO over CHORUS

A
 It?s hard to tell you all the love I?m feelin?

D           A      G
That?s just not my style

A
 You got a way to set my senses reelin?

Chorus: -
D      A        Em   A
Every time you smile, woh

D        F#m                 Em     A
 You are the woman that I?ve always dreamed of,

D       F#m         Em    A
 I knew it from the start

D      F#m                      Em       A
 I saw your face and that?s the last I?ve seen of my

D      F#m    Em    A
 heart

     D      F#m Em   A      D    F#m
Of my heart,     ooh, woh my heart

Em F#m G   A Bm C#m   D

END

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