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Katie Melua, When You Taught Me How To Dance Chords (ver.1)

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When You Taught Me How To Dance Chords (ver.1)

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          A         D         A
When you taught me how to dance 
Light reflections   in a    lake

A                Bm    E
Years ago with misty eyes 
I recall what  went before

       A        D        A
Every step and silent glance
As I give, I'lllearn to take

 A           E          A
Every move a sweet surprise 
And to be      alone no more

A        E        A             E
Someone must have taught you well
Other  lights may light my   way 

     C         D        A
To beguile and to entrance 
I may even   find romance

A                   D           A
For that night you cast your spell
But I      won't  forget that night

A                  E        A 
And you taught me how to dance 
When you taught me how to dance


Fm     E    Bm
Cold winds blow

        Fm         Bm  A      D     E
But up on those hills you’ll find me 
    
Fm      E    Bm
And     I     know 

Fm                Bm   A    D  E 
You’re walking right   behind me 



           A       D         A
When you taught me how to dance 

A                Bm    E
Years ago with misty eyes 

       A         D        A
Every step and silent glance 

A             E          A
Every move a sweet surprise 

A         E         A         E
Someone must have taught you well 

      C        D      A
To beguile and to entrance 

            A       D           A
For that night you cast your spell 

A            E            A
And you taught me how to dance 

A           E              A
And you taught me how to dance.
            
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↑ Back to top | Katie Melua Chords for When You Taught Me How To Dance. Lyrics for acoustic guitar and electric guitar. 1 Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only