James Taylor

Something in the way she moves

James Taylor

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Something in the way she moves

Year: 1968 - Album: One Man Band [CD + DVD]

	  		Capo III  

INTRO:  A    D/E   (4X)   
   
A                 Em      A   
Something in the way she moves,    
Em              D       G       A9  (Riff1)   
   or looks my way, or calls my name   
      Em                   G      C          D (Riff2)   
that seems to leave this troubled world behind.   
A                   Em         A   
And if I'm feeling down and blue    
Em              D       G      A9  (Riff1)   
   or troubled by some foolish game,   
    Em               G        C        A9  (Riff1)   
she always seems to make me change my mind..   
   
                A   Em  D         A9 (Riff1)   
    And I feel fine anytime she's around me now,   
            F#m           Bm7        E7sus4        E7   
    she's around me now     almost all the time.   
                A    Em      D             A9  (Riff1)   
    And if I'm well you can tell she's been with me now.   
                F#m          Bm7          E7sus4     E7   
    She's been with me now     quite a long, long time    
        Bm   E    A      G  D  A  (Riff3)   
    and I   feel fine.   
   
D                  D/C   
   Every now and then    
               G/B    C6(9)      D   
the things I lean on lose their meaning   
       G/B   C6(9)    D   
and I find myself  careening    
     D/C           G/B             Em     A7sus4 A7   
in places where I should not let me go.   
D            D/C   
She has the power to go    
        G/B   C6(9)    D   
where no  one  else can find me    
              G/B  C6(9) D   
Yes, and to  silently   remind me   
        G/B C6(9)        D          A      Bm     E   
of the happiness and the good times that I know,    
       Bm                E   
But I say I just got to go then.    
   
   A                 Em     A   
It isn't what she's got to say    
Em               D          G          A9  (Riff1)   
   but how she thinks and where she's been.   
    Em                G        C       D (Riff2)   
To me, the words are nice, the way they sound.   
   A                  Em        A   
I like to hear them best that way,    
    Em           D       G       A9  (Riff1)   
it doesn't much matter what they mean.   
     Em                G     C      A9  (Riff1)   
she says them mostly just to calm me down   
   
                A   Em  D         A9 (Riff1)   
    And I feel fine anytime she's around me now,   
            F#m           Bm7        E7sus4        E7   
    she's around me now     almost all the time.   
                A    Em      D             A9  (Riff1)   
    And if I'm well you can tell she's been with me now.   
                F#m          Bm7          E7sus4       E7   
    She's been with me now     quite a long -  long  - time    
    Bm7       E        A      G   D   A  (Riff3)   
    Yes and I   feel fine.   




		  

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