Valentine

Capo None

G 320033
FM7 xx3210
Am x02210
Em 022000
G/B x20003
C x32010

In the first parts of the verse 1 there's no chord playing in the background, just a keyboard synth with 1 note. It may sound like a B chord, but if you listen closely to the melody of the vocals it's actually in the G.

Also, there's a weird bass runs over the FM7 chord in the outro, don't follow that or you'll get confused, just follow the chords.

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[Verse 1]
              G
Let’s go be alone
                                FM7
Where no one can see us, honey.......
G            
Careful in that room
                 D                  FM7         
Those parasitic cameras, don’t they stop to stare at you

[Verse 2]
G   
..Can’t love for us both
Em               Am         G    FM7         
...You’ve gotta live and I gotta go
G            
..As long as it’s us two
Em               Am           G  FM7           
...**** being remembered, I think I was made for you

[Chorus]
                     G        Am G/B  C G/B FM7     
So why’d you wanna erase me, darling valentine?
                          G      Am   G/B   C    G/B  FM7    
You always know where to find me when you change your mind
[Verse 3]
G                 
..I’d hate to picture someone with you
Em          Am        G      FM7  
..I’ll lay down and start to cry
G                             
..You won’t believe what just two months do
Em           Am      G       FM7  
...I’m older now, believe m?, I adore you

[Chorus]
                     G        Am G/B  C G/B FM7     
So why’d you wanna erase me, darling valentine?
                          G      Am   G/B   C    G/B  FM7    
You always know where to find me when you change your mind
                     G        Am G/B  C G/B FM7     
So why’d you wanna erase me, darling valentine?

[Outro]
Am G/B       C    G 
No, I can’t hate you
     Am  G   C   G   
I’d ruin me for you
 FM7     G       Em  Am 
Blame me if you need to
   FM7   
But I adore you
FM7
I adore you
FM7
I adore you
FM7
I adore you
		

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