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Keith Urban - Don't Shut Me Out Chords

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Don't Shut Me Out Chords

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                Don't Shut me out
By KU

(D) Don't shut me (G) out maybe (D) baby
We should talk (G) about it
(D) 'Cause you've got your (G) doubts but maybe, (D) baby
They might be (G) unfounded

Have a little (Bm) faith to make it (D) through
I'd never (G) hesitate to talk to (D) you
If you tell me just what's (G) weighting on your (D) mind
Maybe it could (G) help you sleep (A) tonight, So don't shut me (D) out
G D G

(D) Don't be so (G) proud don't ya know (D) that
Before a fall it (G) leaves ya
And (D) it'll take you (G) down baby that (D) ain't
Where I wanna (G) see ya

The sun'll rise (Bm) tomorrow come what (D) may
And you'll feel (G) better than you do (D) today
And in (G) time you'll cry no (D) more
I know 'cause my (G) heart's been there (A) before

And here I (G) am when you (D) need someone
My (G) shoulder's yours to (D) cry upon
And (G) everybody (D) now and then
(G) Needs an understanding friend (D) around
So don't shut me out
D G D G (x2)

Don't shut me out maybe baby
We should talk about it
'Cause you've got your doubts by maybe, baby
They might be unfounded

Listen to your (Bm) heart and clear your (D) mind
And you will find the (G) answer every (D) time
Every (G) road you travel on will (D) lead
To where it is your (G) heart's supposed to (A) be

And here I am when you need someone
My shoulder's yours to cry upon
And everybody now and then
Needs an understanding friend around
So don't shut me out
Don't shut me out (twice)

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