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Jimmy Jones - I Told You So Chords

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I Told You So Chords

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                INTRO: G C Em..C F C G C..Ebm

#1.
C      G         C
Here I am with a broken heart..my whole 
         G
world is falling apart.
C         F            G
Here I am feeling low, all you ever say 
      C
is 'I told you so.'

CHORUS:
C
You say, 'I told you so,' I try to get you 

talk to me.
   G                    C
'I told you so,' that's all you ever say 

to me.
                   F                 Ab
Well, here I am, I guess you win..'I told you 
       C    G          C  G C
so,'.. quit rubbin' it in.

#2.
C                                      G
Here I sit in misery, you ain't got no sympathy.
C         F            C            G
Here I am feeling low, all you ever say is 
   C
'I told you so.'

CHORUS:
C
You say, 'I told you so,' I try to get you 

talk to me.
   G                    C
'I told you so,' that's all you ever say 

to me.
                   F                 Ab
Well, here I am, I guess you win..'I told you 
       C    G          C  
so,'.. quit rubbin' it in.



INTERLUDE: C G C G Cm C F C G Bb Dm

BRIDGE:
F                                       C
You'd think you'd show some pity for my broken 
       D                          G
heart..all you do is stand around looking smart.

OUTRO:
            C
You say, 'I told you so,' I try to get you 

talk to me.
   G                    C
'I told you so,' that's all you ever say 

to me.
                   F                 Ab
Well, here I am, I guess you win..'I told you 
       C    G          C  G F C
so,'.. quit rubbin' it in.
            
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