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World Where You Chords

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                (Live)
World Where You Live                       N.Finn               Crowded House

Capo at 1st fret to play with recording  (Key of C)

Intro:  Dm    C

Verse 1:

Dm
Here's someone now whose got the muscle,
C
His steady hand could move a mountain
Dm                                     C
Expert in bed - but come on now, there must be something missing
Dm                                    C
That golden one   leads a double life - you'll find out - tell me ...


   Chorus:

      C       C              G    F   C
      I don't know where you go - o - o
                        F     G   C
      Do you climb into spa - a - ce?
                             G    F   C
      To the world where you li - i - ve
                          F    G   C
      The world where you li - i - ve


Verse 2:
Dm
So here we lie against each other
C
These four walls can never hold us
Dm                                   C
We're looking for wi-de open spaces, high above the kitchen
Dm                                      C
And we're strangers here, on our way to some other place  (but ...)


[Chorus]


Bridge:

       C                        D -> Em -> F#m -> G
To the world where you live
     G            C/G       F/G
When friends come round you might remember (and be sad)
  G          C/G       F/G
Behind their eyes is unfamiliar


[Interlude over  | G F C  | x4]

[Chorus]

Outro:
        C               F    G   C
    The world where you li - i - ve      [x 3]

    F C G C  [let ring]



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