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Acorde de Where've You Been - Kathy Mattea

Letra de Where've You Been





Claire had all but given up [D Am7 D]

When she and Edwin fell in love [G4 G D/F# Em]

She touched his face and shook her head [D Am7 D]

In disbelief, she sighed and said, [G4 G G4 B7]

"In many dreams I've held you near [Am7 Bm7]

Now, at last, you're really here." [C G/B Am7 D]

"Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

I've looked for you forever and a day [C D G]

Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

I'm just not myself when you're away." [C D G]



He asked her for her hand for life [D Am7 D]

And she became a salesman's wife [G4 G D/F# Em]

He was home each night by eight [D Am7 D]

But one stormy evening, he was late [G4 G G4 B7]

Her frightened tears fell to the floor [Am7 Bm7]

Until his key turned in the door. [C G/B Am7 D]

"Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

I've looked for you forever and a day [C D G]

Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

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I'm just not myself when you're away." [C D G]



They'd never spent a night apart [C]

For sixty years she heard him snore [Em]

Now they're in a hospital [C /b]

In separate beds on different floors [Am D]



Claire soon lost her memory [D Am7 D]

Forgot the names of family [G4 G D/F# Em]

She never spoke a word again [D Am7 D]

Then one day, they wheeled him in [G4 G G4 B7]

He held her hand and stroked her hair [Am7 Bm7]

In a fragile voice she said, [C G/B Am7 D]

"Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

I've looked for you forever and a day [C D G]

Where've you been? [G Bm7 Am7]

I'm just not myself when you're away. [C D Em]

No, I'm just not myself when you're away." [C D C (G)]





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Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Willow In The Wind , The Definitive Collection , A Collection Of Hits

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