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Mandy Moore - Somday Well Know Chords

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Somday Well Know Chords

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Intro: Abm – C#m – Abm - A

  Abm       C#m
Ninety miles outside Chicago
 Abm                A
Can't stop driving, I don't now why
Abm                C#m
So many questions, I need an answer
F#m                        B
Two years and later, Your still on my mind


Abm       C#m           A
Whatever happened to Amelia Earhart
Abm          C#m    A
Who holds the stars up in the sky
Abm     C#m        A
Is true love just once in a lifetime
F#m                         B
Did the captain of Titanic cry
  A (hold)

1st chorus:

Abm          C#m
Someday we'll know
If love can move a mountain
Abm       C#m       A
Someday we'll know, Why the sky is blue
Abm       C#m
Someday we'll know
A                       B
Why I wasn't meant for you

Verse 2: (do verse chords)

Does anybody know the way to Atlantis
Or what the wind says when she cries
I'm speeding by the place that I met for you
For the ninety-seventh time... Tonight

(Repeat 1st chorus)
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

2nd chorus:
Abm       C#m
Someday we'll know
Why Samson loved Delilah
Abm       C#m     A
One day I'll go, Dancing on the moon
Abm       C#m
Someday you'll know
A                      B
That I was the one for you...

Interlude: B - C#m - A

Last verse: (do verse chords)

I bought a ticket to the end of the rainbow
Watch the stars crash in the sea
If I could ask God just one question
Why aren't you here with me tonight

(Repeat 1st Chorus up to 2nd chorus)
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