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See You When I Get There Chords (ver.1)

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See You When I Get There Chords (ver.1)

Wallflowers
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                words and music by Jakob Dylan
Off The Wallflowers new album, Red Letter Days (2002)

Chords         
G5=355XXX  or  G=320003
C5=X355XX  or  C=032010
D5=X577XX  or  D=XX0232
A#5=X133XX or  A#m=X13321 (doesn't sound good) 
B5=X244XX 	 or  Bm=X24432            		   
E=022100   or  SAME
C5/B=X255XX
C5/A=X055XX

Intro (palm muted)

G5.......C5......D5 x2


G5
I'm looking up
C5	         D5       G5         C5      Bb5
At the moving clouds
G5
I've been hit so hard

This time
C5                 D5     G5     C5      Bb5
I just might stay down
G5
If you were me
C5
I would come back

To get you
G5
If this is love
C5		 Bb5
Then I don't remember
G5
You won't find anyone
C5            D5
To treat you better
G5
We've already been through
C5	            Bb5
Hell and high waters

(chorus)
G5
I ain't sorry baby
C5
Don't think that
G5
We ain't done anything
C5
That I'd take back
B5
Go on pretend
		E
That you ain't changed
	C5	           D5
And don't worry bout me baby
 C5      D5     G5
I'll see you when I get there  ahuh    ahuh

I'm looking up
At the moving clouds
I've been down so long
But I still think you
Might come around
So I'm making plans
For when you feel better
You just might want
Someone more familiar
You won't find anyone
Else to take you back
Now sometimes you're an angel
But you're usually
A pain in the ass

(chorus)
N.C.
I need your love 
Much more than I want it
C5      C5/B    C5/A
You left me here
C5                  D5
With another bad habit
G5
Now you found paridise
C5                   D5
And crawled to the shoreline
G5
I saw a white flash
           C5              Bb5
And then I saw the lids of my
eyes

(chorus)
C5	                D5
Don't worry 'bout me baby
			
See you when I get there
C5       D5
Ahuh Ahuh
C5       D5    G
Ahuh Ahuh

Enjoy!
            
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