Аккорды Tim McGraw - Something Like That

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Capo 1

Intro: E  D  A  Dbm  B }x2
 
Verse 1:
       E                       D
It was Labor Day weekend I was  seventeen, 
 A  
I bought a coke and some gasoline, 
 E            D                 A  B  
And I drove out to the county fair. 
 E                      D  
When I saw her for the first time  
        A  
She was standing there in the ticket line, 
 E           D                      A  B  
And it all started right then and there. 
      A                 B  
Ohh a sailor sky made a perfect sunset, 
 A                     B  
And that's a day I'll never forget. 
  
Chorus:
        E               B  
I had a bbq stain on my white t-shirt, 
        A                  B  
She was killing me in that mini skirt. 
 E                     B                     Dbm B A B  
Skipping rocks on the river by the railroad tracks. 
          E               B  
She had a suntan line and red lipstick, 
  F#m       Abm      A          B  
I worked so hard for that first kiss, 
     Dbm    B        A   B              E  D A Dbm B 
And a heart don't forget something like that.  
 
Verse 2:
       E                     D  
It was five years later on a southbound plane, 
      A  
I was headed down to New Orleans. 
 E                       D              A    B  
To meet some friends of mine for Mardi Gras. 
 E              D  
When I heard a voice from the past, 
 A  
Coming from a few rows back, 
           E                   D                 A  
And when I looked I couldn't believe just what I saw. 
          A                 B  
She said "I bet you don't remember me."  
          A                  B  
And I said "Only every other memory". 
  
CHORUS
 
E  D  A  Dbm  B }x2 
 
 F#m                             E                      
Like an old photograph time can make a feeling fade,  
        A                        B  
But the memory of the first love never fades away. 
 
CHORUS
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