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Jason Reeves, You In A Song Chords (ver.1)

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You In A Song Chords (ver.1)

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Capo on 3.  you can move it to fit your range though, as w/ all the songs.

chords are just the shapes relative to capo, not actual notes in all cases.

VERSE:  Bm, A, Em until "do i wanna (G bar chord) rock you, shock you,

(A bar chord) soothe you or move you..."

CHORUS: same as verse.  use G to A for "keep your light a secret...."

BRIDGE:  A, G  back and forth until "i'll always have you with me...."  where you go to 
G back and forth twice....

the rest is just the Bm, A, Em  (shapes relative to capo).


Lyrics:

Tryin to figure out which way i want this to go.
Do i want it to be happy or sad or fast or slow?
Tryin to work it out what it is i feel.
Do i wanna rock you, shock you, soothe you, move you?

Chorus:
I just wanna write you in a song,
put your smile on paper so you can sing along.
I just wanna bottle the sun,
keep your light a secret i can find when you are gone, gone, gone...

You are like a beautiful tree.
with roots in the ground so deep they could never be seen.
Im a leaf that ready to fall,
and the wind's gonna blow me someday away from it all-

Chorus:
I just wanna write you in a song,
put your smile on paper so you can sing along.
I just wanna bottle the sun,
keep your light a secret i can find when you are gone, gone, gone...

Bridge:
most people when they can't get away
it makes them more than a little crazy
well im the one that can never stay
but ill always have you with me, yea
Always have you with me in this song..
            
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