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Somewhere I Wanna Go Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Mark Nesler, Tony Martin, Tom Shapiro
G D7 Here's the thing about your memory Em It could be a thousand miles D7 C G It could be as many days D7 But when it's sweeping over me Em A7 I'm so powerless it just caries me away Am G C And where it's taking me I never know Am G The only thing that I can do D7 G Is hope it's somewhere I wanna go
Em Not that January night under that street light B7 With the snow falling all around Em And I'm telling you things that I don't really mean C B7 But they just keep coming out Em And I see your unbelieving tears B7 Your speechless breath hanging in the air Em G A7 And I watch you throw your ring out in the snow Am G D7 Em D7 And there I wait until your memory goes somewhere I wanna go
G D7 Like that weekend when we just took off Em Driving in that April sun C G Anywhere the feeling went D7 We ended up in Montreal Em Couldn't understand the words A7 But we learned to laugh in French Am G C Where your memory wants to take me I don't know Am G The only thing that I can do D7 G Is hope it's somewhere I wanna go
Em C Make it somewhere I wanna go G Somewhere I wanna go D7 Em Dancing down at Mardi Gras (somewhere I wanna go) C G That little motel room in Arkansas (somewhere I wanna go) D7 Em The nights we just sat up (somewhere I wanna go) C Somewhere I wanna go G Make it somewhere I wanna go
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