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I Don't Know What

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C
I don't know where I want to go
Am
I don't know what I need to know
F Fm C G
I don't know what I want; don't know what I want to do
C
I don't know where I want to be
C
I don't know what I want to see
F Fm C I don't know what I want, don't know what I want from you

G Am
There's got to be a better place
G Am
You've got to have a brighter face
G F Fm C G
There's got to be something that I can't see

If everyone was just the same
Then everyone could take the blame
Then everything would turn, everything would turn out fine
But even in your wildest dreams
Things are never what they seem
What's someone's perfect day is someone else's perfect crime

There's got to be a way to deal
With all the feelings that I feel
But nothing seems so very real to me

Big wanky guitar solo for the length of a verse & chorus:
C, Am, F, Fm, C, G x2
G, Am, G, Am, G, F, Fm, C, G

So tell me how you think you feel
And tell me if you think I'm real
And tell me if I'm right, tell me if I'm right for you
Because I really can't be sure of anything any more
I've got to have some faith, got to have some faith in you

So open up and so will I
Don't you go and leave me dry
If you're good then I will try to be

Copyright Steve Brown 2002

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