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    First Date
    Blink 182

     

    Intro:

    C  D  F  G

     

    C

    In the car I just can't wait,

    G                              F

    to pick you up on our very first date

    C

    Is it cool if I hold your hand?

    G                     F

    Is it wrong if I think it's lame to dance?

    C

    Do you like my stupid hair?

    G                                   F

    Would you guess that I didn't know what to wear?

    C

    I'm too scared of what you think

    G                                        F

    You make me nervous so I really can't eat

     

    CHORUS:

    C         C/B          Am                F        G

    Let's go, don't wait, this night's almost over

    C          C/B           Am         F     G

    Honest, let's make this night last forever

    C         C/B           Am                 F    G

    Forever and ever, let's make this last forever

    C         C/B           Am                 F    G

    Forever and ever, let's make this last forever

     

    C  D  F  G x2

     

    C

    When you smile, I melt inside

    G                            F

    I'm not worthy for a minute of your time

    C

    I really wish it was only me and you

    G                            F

    I'm jealous of everybody in the room

    C

    Please don't look at me with those eyes

    G                                        F

    Please don't hint that you're capable of lies

    C

    I dread the thought of our very first kiss

    G                        F

    A target that I'm probably gonna miss

     

    Chorus

     

    INSTRUMENTAL:

    C   Em   F   G x6

     

    Chorus


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.