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How You Remind Me Chords - Avril Lavigne

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How You Remind Me Chords

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                Avril Lavigne
How You Remind Me (Nickelback Covee)

Key: C

Tuning: Stnadard EADGBe

Chords used:
Dm - xx0231
F -  133211
C -  x32010
G -  320003

Intro: Dm-F-C-G- x2

Verse 1:
Dm                   F
  Never made it as a wise man
  I couldn't cut it as a 
poor man stealing
  Tired of living
like a blind man
  I'm sick of sight 
          G               Dm F C G
without a sense of feeling
Dm               F      C      G
  And this is how you remind me
Dm           F      C
  This is how you remind me
Of what I really am

Dm                 F
  It's not like you to say sorry
C                    G
  I was waiting on a different story
Dm             F
  This time I'm mistaken
C                   G
  For handing you a heart worth breaking
Dm                   F
  And I've been wrong I've been down
C                      G
  Been to the bottom of every bottle
Dm           F
  These five words in my head
C                 G
  Scream, "Are we having fun yet?"

Post Chorus: Dm-F-C-G
Are we having fun yet

Verse 2:
  It's not like you
didn't know that
  I said I love you and
I swear I still do
Dm                      F
  And it must have been so bad
  Cause living with me must
have damn near killed you
Dm            F
  And this is how
      C      G
you remind me
Dm        F         C
  This is how you remind me
Of what I really am

(Repeat Chorus)

Interlude: Dm-F-C-G- x4
ohhh ohhh

Dm           F      C      G
  This is how you remind me
Dm           F      C      G
  This is how you remind me

(Repeat Chorus)

Outro: Dm-F-C-G-
are we having fun yet
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