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Zombies, I Must Move Chords (ver.1)

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I Must Move Chords (ver.1)

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                I Must Move - The Zombies (1965)

Intro: (single notes) C,D,C,D,C,D,C,D

Verse 1

D               F#m           A          Am7
You've known me no more than just a few days
        D            F#m          A           C
And you think love is so good you want me to stay
         G                   Gm
But that won't be any good (good)
A6 A
No I 

Verse 2

D            F#m           A            Am7             
won't stop or stay and you must know it truth
          D           F#m          A           C
Cause you can't be in love yes you know what a proof
    G                   Gm
But I love you and even if I do

Chorus 1

       D7           D9
I must move, I must move
      D7             D9
And I can't stand still
       D7           D9
I must move, I must move
        F 
I must go


Verse 3

D           F#m          A          Am7
Take a good look at yourself and at me
D         F#m            A             C
Turn right around opened eyed you will see
           G                    Gm
When this day is through I'll be leaving you

Chorus 2
 
    D7           D9
I must move, I must move
      D7             D9
And I can't stand still
       D7           D9
I must move, I must move
      F 
I must go

Instrumental: Verse 1 Chords

A6 A
Now, now

Verse 4

D               F#m           A          Am7
You've known me no more than just a few days
        D            F#m          A           C
And you think love is so good you want me to stay
         G                   Gm    F#m7  D       
But that won't be any good (good)

End on D

Not sure about the chorus but improvement suggestions would be much appreciated!
            
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