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Then I Met You Ukulele

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Proclaimers
...THEN I MET YOU... by The Proclaimers
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*from 'Sunshine on Leith' (1988)*


*CAPO 3rd FRET*

(Original Key: Eb)


Intro:

C  D  F  (x4)

Verse 1:

C                          D
 Thought that I'd be happy, going to be so happy,
F
 Living life alone and never sharing anything.
C                            D
 Thought that I was finished, thought that I was complete,
F
 Thought that I was whole, instead of being half of something.

C                           D
 Thought that I was growing, growing older, wiser,
F
 Understanding why this world held nothing for my spirit.
C                            D
 Thought that I was destined, destined to be nothing,
F
 Destined to be nothing in this world and then I met you.

Chorus 1:

C     D       F     C
 I... met you, I... met you.

Verse 2:

C                               D
 Thought that God had failed me, thought my prayers were useless,
F
 Thought that he would never give the chance for me to praise him.
C                             D
 Thought the book was written, thought the game had ended,
F
 Thought the song was sung and I could never sing another.

C                               D
 Thought my faith was misplaced, thought my back was broken,
F
 Broken by a weight that I was never fit to carry.

C                         D
 Thought I knew this city, thought I knew all about it;
F
 And then one night I went to Morningside and you were waiting.

Chorus 2:

C     D        F    C
 I... met you, I... met you.
C     D        F    C
 I... met you, I... met you.

(Repeat to Fade)


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   C       D       F

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 x32010  xx0232  133211
            
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