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I'll Come Running Back To You Chords (ver.2)

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I'll Come Running Back To You Chords (ver.2)

Sam Cooke
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                I'll Come Running Back To You:Sam Cooke.
#1 on R&B charts and #18 on Rock charts in 1957.

INTRO: Ab C7 C# Eb

#1.
Ab                     C7
Folks say that you've..found someone new..
C#                         Ab
to do the things I used to do for you.
Ab                 C7      Bb
Just call my name..I'm not ashamed.
Ab                        Eb
I'll come running back to you.

#2.
Ab                    C7
Can't sleep at night..I can't eat a bite..
C#                          Ab
When you were mine I didn't treat you right.
Ab                         C7             Bb
Just call my name, I know, I know I'm not ashamed.
Ab                Eb      Ab
I'll come running back to you.

CHORUS:
Ab7
Just like a king, I've lost everything..
C#7                          C7 B7
I sit all alone on my throne.
Bb                     Bb7
I've got my pride, but deep down inside..
Eb               Eb7
I'm yours, yours alone, whoaaaa.

#3.
Ab               C7
I try to forget..have no regrets.
C#                             Ab
This love of ours could always start anew.
Ab                       C7             Bb
Just call my name, whoa, I know I'm not ashamed..
Ab                Eb      Ab
I'll come running back to you.

CHORUS:
Ab7
Just like a king, I've lost everything..
C#7                          C7 B7
I sit all alone on my throne.
Bb                     Bb7
I've got my pride, but deep down inside..
Eb               Eb7
I'm yours, yours alone, whoaaaa.

#4.
Ab               C7
I try to forget..have no regrets.
C#                             Ab
This love of ours could always start anew.
Ab                       C7             Bb
Just call my name, whoa, I know I'm not ashamed..
Ab                Eb      Ab
I'll come running back to you.


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