Dont Stop chords with lyrics by Gin Wigmore - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Gin Wigmore – Dont Stop chords

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Gin Wigmore - Don't Stop

Intro: Cm Eb G7 F7 (2x)

Verse 1:
Cm EbTwinkle toes, I think I found the soul
G7 F7To make me happily ever-after
Cm EbTwinkle toes, I'm glad you shot your bow
G7 F7Into the arms of my savior
Cm EbCan I say that I am somebody's world?
G7 F7How do I live alone with nowhere to go?
Pre-chorus:
Ab AdimI say I love you and I say it more
BbMy one and only, I can't lose
Chorus:
Eb BbSo don't stop doing what you do
Cm AbHave I paid my dues just to be with you?
Eb BbDon't stop doing what you do
Cm AbI will be your something when you're bottled and blue
Eb Gaug AbDon't stop doing what you do
Abm Eb'Cause that makes you my man
Interlude: Cm Eb G7 F7 Verse 2:
Cm EbGatekeeper, I am down on my knees
G7 F7I need your keys to free my stranger
Cm EbGatekeeper, I will knock down your door
G7 F7And I don't care if you call yourself the Reaper (the Reaper)
Cm EbTick-tock clock, I say bye-bye
G7 F7I found a reason to be done with time
Pre-chorus:
Ab AdimI say I love you and I say it more
BbMy one and only, I can't lose
(Repeat Chorus) Bridge:
Ab F7/A Eb Bb/D Cm Can't you understand
Ab F7/A Eb Bb/D Cm That, baby, you're my man?
Ab AdimI say I love you and I say it more
BbMy one and only, I can't lose
(Live version only: solo over chorus chords)
Eb BbNo, don't stop being what you be
Cm AbDoing what you do, don't stop being you, no
Eb BbNo, no, no, no, no, no, don't stop
Cm AbNo, I can't, no, I can't lose you
Chorus/Outro:
Eb BbSo don't stop doing what you do
Cm AbHave I paid my dues just to be with you?
Eb BbDon't stop doing what you do
Cm AbI will be your something when you're bottled and blue
Eb Gaug AbDon't stop doing what you do
Eb Gaug Ab Don't stop doing what you do
Eb Gaug Ab Don't stop doing what you do
Abm Eb'Cause that makes you my man
Notes: Could also move to an Eb or Bb after the first 2 lines of the bridge. Note that Gaug and Eaug are the same chord; in this song keyboardists will want to think about it as the latter, guitarists/bassists the former. Enjoy! -Brian
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