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    You Belong To Me

    by Pee Wee King

    As recorded by Carla Bruni


    Chord Guide

           32 1

    C:    x32010


    Em:   022000


    F:    133211


    Fm:   133111

            2 1

    Am7:  x02010


    Dm7:  xx0211

            3   11

    G7sus4: 3x0011

          3    1

    G7:   3x0001


    C7:    x32310


    D7:   xx0212




    Strum: D   D U   U D U

           1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +


    Intro: / C - - - / Em - - - / F - - - / C - - - /


    C                          Em

    See the pyramids along the Nile

    F                                   C       

     Watch the sunrise on a tropic isle

    F (½)         Fm (½)          C (½)       Am7 (½)

      Just remember darlin' all the while

    Dm7                   G7sus4       

        You belong to me


    C                                 Em

    See the marketplace in Old Algiers

    F                                           C

        Send me photographs and souvenirs

    F (½)        Fm (½)                 C (½)       Am7 (½)

       Just remember when a dream appears

    Dm7 (½)   G7 (½)      C

        You belong to me



    C7                        F

    I'd be so alone without you

    D7                                    G7   

    Maybe you'd be lonesome too,


    and blue


    C                          Em

    Fly the ocean in a silver plane

        F                                   C

        See the jungle when it's wet with rain

    F (½)         Fm (½)          C (½)       Am7 (½)

    Just remember 'till you're home again

    Dm7 (½)   G7 (½)      C

        You belong to me


    Instrumental Verse


    Repeat from Bridge


    Instrumental Verse

    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.