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Rosi Golan - Cest Lamour Chords

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Cest Lamour Chords

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                First song done by ear but I'm almost completely positive this is correct. Enjoy! :)
-katie

Capo 4

Intro: C Em C7 F

VERSE I:

   C             Em                 Dm                F   G
I felt it in my heart, that it was time, a change of scenery
   C             Em            Dm                 F   G
To get a little lost, to feel alive, and reach beyond me
   F                              C
I walked into the first café in France
           G
I'm so clichéd

CHORUS:
        C                       Em              
When I saw him, I felt the room divide into pieces
         C7                                F            G
Oh, the lights danced around us just like stars in the sky
C                          Em                     Dm 
One night in Paris with a man I barely knew, I'm lost in a moment
          F              G               C
C'est la vie, C'est la chance, C'est l'amour

VERSE II
     C               Em                Dm                   F   G
It happened all too fast, the perfect night, for perfect strangers
     C                  Em              Dm              F    G
The way he wrapped the curls of his mustache around his fingers
      F                             C             G
And like a little girl who's never been to Disneyland

(CHORUS)

BRIDGE:

      Em                         Dm                    Em
And when I think I about him, I wish I had it all, to do again because
    F                         C                  G
I wanna be just like Marie so let them eat their cake 

(CHORUS)
            
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