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Don T Say You Love Me Chords (ver.6)

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Don T Say You Love Me Chords (ver.6)

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                Dont say you love me

intro: D Em G A (2x)

Verse 1: 
D                         Em
Got introduced to you by a friend 
G                                  A
You were cute and all that, baby you set the trend Yes you did oh 
D                                   Em                                G
The next thing I know we're down at the cinema We're sitting there, you said you love me 
             A
What's that about? 

Verse 2: 
D                                Em
You're moving too fast, I don't understand you 
G                           A
I'm not ready yet, baby I can't pretend ,No I can't 
D                             Em
The best I can do is tell you to talk to me 
                G                        A
It's possible, eventual ,Love will find a way 
 

CHORUS: 
D
Don't say you love me 
Em
You don't even know me 
G
If you really want me 
A
Then give me some time 
D
Don't call me baby 
Em
Not before I'm ready 
Bm
Don't say your heart's in a hurry 
A
It's not like we're gonna get married 
G                         D
Give me, give me some time 


Verse 3: 
D                            Em
Here's how I play, here's where you stand 
G                                A
Here's what to prove to get any further than where it's been 
D                        Em
I'll make it clear, not gonna tell you twice 
G                                                A
You better take it slow, you keep pushing me, you're pushing me away 


REPEAT CHORUS 

BRIDGE: 

D    Em
oooo, 
G
na, na, na, na, na, na, na 
A
na,  na, na, na, na, na 
(repeat)

D
Don't say you love me 
Em                             G     A
You don't even know me baby...hehey

 

REPEAT CHORUS (repeat until fade out )
            
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