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Gin Blossoms - Cheatin Chords

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Cheatin Chords

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                Steve and arandell were close, but if you listen to the song it's a little off.  I ran 
this one pretty quickly, so any adjustments are welcomed.  Listen to the song to find 
pattern.  I kept it pretty simple.  It's a fun song!

            G               C       Am
In New York City where it's cold as hell
    D                     C       G       D
And streetlights shone in my blue room
      G                  C         Am
I was thinking about the nights we spent
        D           C                 G     D
Back in Galveston beneath the Georgia moon
            G             C      Am
Well it was early and I'd had my share
          D                     C                G      D
And I was countin' change for a cab ride back to bed
           G                 C          Am
She looked to me through the cold night air
    D                      C             G
And thoughts of you kicked all inside my head


             C                 G
Well she was tall hair dark as midnight
          D                 G
She had a way just like you do
To make me feel
            G Em  C
Just like a woman should
                  G                     D           C
You can't call it cheatin' 'cause she reminds me of you

(2nd verse same as first)

And though I've loved you and the nights we've spent
Lord don't tell me that I've thrown it all away
A moment's weakness shouldn't change the fact
That I love you and there's nothin' more to say

(chorus - same as first - here's the last part)

      D          Em Am C D G
she reminds me of..........................
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