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I Remember Me(Chords)

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Key: C
C         F             C 
He almost walked into a wall 
C        F               C 
Oh, man, she was a sight to see 
C          Am             F 
And at the party down the hall 
C                     F                    C 
He said, 'you are the highest apple in the tree' 

C               F                             C 
Out the window, in the harbor he saw a little ship 
C                      F               C    
The moon was worn just slightly on the right 
C                    Am                     F    
And they slow danced so the needle wouldn't skip 
C                  F            C                 
Until the room was filled with light 

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And I remember you 
C  
And I remember me 
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The sunshine walking inside you  
Am 
And the man you could see in me 
F 
So I remember me  
C 
And I remember you 
E 
So many beautiful days in a row now 
Am 
And the nights were perfect, too 

C                   F                  C 
Hand in hand down a waterslide in Chattanooga 
C            F                   C 
They did not hide from love, you see 
C          Am                F 
A winter's plane flight to Aruba 
C                F                C 
Where he threw a boombox into the sea 
C                         F                       C 
One day they were cutting flowers for something to do 
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On the bank of the road 'neath the cotton woods 
C                       Am                 F  
And he turned to her to ask if she'd marry him 
C                    F                   C 
When a runaway truck hit him where he stood 

F 
So I remember you 
C 
And I remember you 
F 
And I remember you 
C 
And I remember me 
F 
And I remember me 
E 
A blackhawk nailed to the sky 
Am 
And the tape is from the trees 

C              F                  C 
Everybody said she needed to move on 
C                   F                     C 
That he was all but lost, so deep was his coma 
C                           Am                     F 
When he finally came to the girl he loved was long gone 
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She'd married a banker and gone to Oklahoma 
C                   F                             C 
He bought a little land with the money from the settlement 
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And even bought the truck that had hit him that day  
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He touched the part where the metal was bent 
C                F                         C    
And if you were there you wouldn't hear him say 
F 
I remember her 
C 
And I remember him 
F 
I remember them 
C 
I remember then 
F  
I'm just remembering 
C 
I'm just remembering 
F 
Just remembering 
C 
I'm just remembering 
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