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    The Way I Am

    Ingrid Michaelson

     

    Strum: D   D U   U D U

           1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

     

    Capo 5

     

    Intro:  / C - - - / F - - - / Am - - - / G - - - / x2

     

    C                      F

        If you were falling

    Am                   G

        then I would catch you

    C                      F

      You need a light

    Am                    G

       I'll find a match

                F   G                 C                              Am

    ‘Cause I    love the way you say good morning

             F    G# (hold)             C (2)

    and you take me the way I am

     

    C                     F

       If you are chilly

    Am                         G

        here, take my sweater

    C                          F

       your head is aching

    Am                 G

         I'll make it better

               F     G              C                   Am

    ‘Cause I    love the way you call me baby

             F    G# (hold)             C (4)

    and you take me the way I am

     

    C                         F

       I'd buy you Rogaine

    Am                       G

        when you start losing all your hair

    C               F

        Sew on patches

    Am               G

        to all you tear

               F     G                          C                    Am

    ‘Cause I    love you more than I could ever promise

             F    G#                         Am      G

    and you take me the way I        am

    F    G#                         Am   D7sus2/F#

    You take me the way I am

     F    G# (hold)             C (hold)

    You take me the way I am


    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.