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Kathleen Edwards - Old Time Sake Chords

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Old Time Sake Chords

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Kathleen Edwards
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                Back To Me ALbum

Am   C  G

Am   C  G

   Am                   C                G

Of all the things that you could choose to say
   Am                C               G
“Baby come home with me for old time sake”
 Dm                   Am              G
“Stand by my side and flash me that smile”
  Dm         C        G
“Everybody is out tonight”
 
      Dm      C Dm C        G
So I called you    up   from God knows where
  Dm   C   Dm  C         G
Would you lie in bed if I were there
  Dm   C   Dm  C       G
Speak soft, just talk I will listen
 Dm    C  Dm   C          G
Don’t you dare leave till the morning
                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do
                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do

   

     Am                   C                   G
Follow me down through the streets of the states
    Am                   C                G 
Make up a reason not to come for old time sake
   Dm             Am              G
Nothing in this town could ever change
Dm                C             G
Except maybe new lines on your face

 
      Dm      C Dm C        G
So I called you    up   from God knows where
  Dm   C   Dm  C         G
Would you lie in bed if I were there
  Dm   C   Dm  C       G
Speak soft, just talk I will listen
 Dm    C  Dm   C          G
Don’t you dare leave till the morning
                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do
                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do

                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do
                 Dm    C   G
Like you always do

  Am     C    G(2x)
            
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