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Matthew Sweet, I Wanted To Tell You Chords (ver.1)

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I Wanted To Tell You Chords (ver.1)

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"I Wanted To Tell You"

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F   C     G  (Listen for strumming - two strums F, dead string, one
quick C, dead strings again, two strums G. Anyways, it's blatantly obvious when
you listen to the song how it goes.)
The strumming pattern continues throughout the verse (F C G):

Do just what you want to
I think you're right
I do what I want to to
I do what I want to to
I let the world surround me
'Cause I saw no real harm
I didn't stop to think of you
You were already in my arms
I was wrong but I

Chorus
    C    F                Am                    G
But I,  I wanted to tell you, I needed to tell you, What I couldn't say
And love, I needed to find mine, But it took me a long time, to see

I wanted to tell you
I wanted to tell you
What I couldn't say [love]
I needed to find mine
But it took me a long time to see

Love... well never mind
I know how you feel about that
Now what do you think
About time? [something...]

I wanted to tell you
I wanted to tell you
What I couldn't say [love]
I needed to find mine
But it took me a long time to see
[solo]

I do what I want to to
I do what I want to to
I do what I want to to
I do what I want to to
I let the world surround me
'Cause I saw no real harm
I didn't stop to think of you
You were already in my arms
But there was something...

I wanted to tell you
I wanted to tell you
What I couldn't say [love]
I needed to find mine
But it took me a long time to see
[solo]

Love...
            

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