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A Memory Like
I'm Gonna Be lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this
is a very good song by Tanya Tucker. It takes a little practice but the
chords are fairly simple to make.
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A Memory Like I'm Gonna Be recorded by Tanya Tucker written by Jerry Laseter and Roger Murrah C Em I can hear you smiling on the phone F C Bet you thought that I'd be crying Em Go on and tell yourself I've done you wrong F Am G7 But we both know you'll be ly-ing Dm Em You don't have to have a reason F G7 If your heart is set on leaving C Em But you'll remember on some rainy day F A little simple word or thought G7 Or a birthday card I bought C Em Just surrender cause you can't get away Dm F You never can be free G7 C From a memory like I'm gonna be Em That greener grass you think you see
F C Is just a high heeled illusion Em Better count the cost of being free F Am G7 Is it worth all that you're lo-sing Dm Em It may be over but it's not ending
F G7 Cause there's one thing you're forgetting C Em You'll remember on some rainy day F Little things we used to do G7 Like that night in Baton Rouge C Em Just surrender cause you can't get away Dm F You never can be free G7 C From a memory like I'm gonna be Dm When it all comes back someday Em F Don't be surprised on some lonely night G7 When you close your eyes C Em Just surrender cause you can't get away Dm F You never can be free G7 C From a memory like I'm gonna be
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