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Gavin Degraw - Dancing Shoes Chords

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Dancing Shoes Chords

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This is more of a piano song, but i tried hard making chords for it. here it goes.

Verse 1:
F       C2/E      G     Am7
It's so nice to see you.
F      C2/E      G        Am7
Can we sit and talk for a while?
F       C2/E     G       Am7
I have searched forever, I
F       C2/E    G       Am7
Can't imagine anything better.

F  C2/E  G Am7 (2X)

F     C2/E    G     Am7
Kids upon the stairway,
F       C2/E   G         Am7
Couples on the sidewalk squares.
F     C2/E    G        Am7
If I get to your heart soon,
     F      C2/E    G      Am7
I'll call a perfect afternoon.

F C2/E G Am7
F C2/E G C

Em7    F   G      Am7
Won't you call my number.
Em7   F     G         Am7
Don't push, but don't hesitate.
Em7  F   G         Am7
Wake me from this slumber.
Em7  F       G             C
Rush me, but leave time to wait.

F  C2/E G Am7 (2X)

F        C2/E   G     Am7
Checkmate on my shoulder.
   F     C2/E      G     Am7
I'm tired of this win or lose.
     F       C2/E       G     Am7
Well, I'm no knight in shining armor,
   F      C2/E     G       Am7
But I'm no pair of dancin' shoes.
F      C2/E     G     Am7
I'm no pair of dancin' shoes.

(Im not too sure about the Bridge)

Fmaj7                Bbmaj7
My patience ran away.
Take me with you.
           Bbmaj7   C
You keep me holding on.
Fmaj7                 Bbmaj7
  Nothin's understood
You're so confusing
Bbmaj7        C
Tell it to me straight

F   C2/E  G Am7 
F   C2/E  G C


F      C2/E    G     Am7
I got nothin' left to lose
    F      C2/E    G      Am7 (Last time End on C)*
But I'm no pair of dancin shoes' (4X)

*(Last time)
    F      C2/E     G      C
But I'm no pair of dancin shoes' 

If you play with the song hopfully you will get it.

~Ro. V
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