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Wade Hayes, Start All Over Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Start All Over Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Where Do I Go To Start All Over -- Wade Hayes

Verse 1
	C                              F
	I drove around last night, and tried with all my might
	             C                             G
	To leave the past behind, cause you stayed on my mind
	   C                        F
	So I stopped for a drink, I never stopped to think
	        C                      G
	That it wouldn't work, It just made it worse
	   F                      G
	So I came on back home, I hadn't changed a thing
	    F                           G
	And sat here all alone, missing you and wondering

Chorus
	C                          F
	Where do I go to start all over
	            C
	When theres no place to hide
	Am             G
	From your memory
	C                          F
	Where do I go to start all over
	C            Am      G             C
	When in your arms is where I won't be

Verse 2
	C                                      F
	I'd take some things and leave, If the change of scenery
              C                      G
	Would do me any good, Like I know it should
	C                              F
	I'd still be missing you, What goods a different view
	     C                  G
	To a broken heart, We'd still be apart
	    F                         G
	Someday I'll find the answer, To this mystery
	      F                                 G
	But tonight the same old question, Just keeps on haunting me

Chorus.........

Outro
	C                          F
	Where do I go to start all over
	C            Am      G             C
	When in your arms is where I won't be
            
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