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Pam Tillis, When You Walked In The Room Chords (ver.1)

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When You Walked In The Room Chords (ver.1)

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Pam Tillis -  When you walked in the room

  -----(capo 1st fret)----


Intro - D




(verse 1)
D                                    Dsus-D - Dsus-D
I can see a new expression on my face,
D                                      A - Asus-A - Asus-A
I can feel a strange sensation taking place,
       Em                A            D  Bm
I can hear the guitars playing lovely tunes,
G     D         A                 D
Everytime that you, walk in the room,


(verse 2)
D                                   
I close my eyes for a second and pretend it's me you want,
D                               A - Asus-A - Asus-A
Meanwhile, I try to act so nonchalant,
         Em              A        D  Bm
I see a summer night with a magic moon,
G     D         A                 D
Every time that you, walk in the room,


(bridge)
G     D       A
Maybe it's a dream come true,
G         D         A
Standing right alongside of you,
D                         Bm
Wish I could show you how much I care,
    E                          A
But I only have the nerve to stare, oh oh,


(verse 3)
D                                            Dsus-D - Dsus-D
I can feel that something pounding in my brain,
D                                      A - Asus-A - Asus-A
Just anytime that someone speaks your name.
  Em               A               D  Bm
Trumpets sound and I hear, thunder boooom,
G     D         A    G     D         A
Every time that you, every time that you,
G     D         A                 D
Every time that you walk in the room,
D
oooo, yea
 
            
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