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Sara Evans - I Keep Looking

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I Keep Looking
 By Sara Evans
 Album: Born to Fly
 Words and Music by: Sara Evans / Tom Shapiro / Tony Martin
 Submitted By Jessica Nemnich
 Capo on Fret #1
 Introduction: ADE  ADE
 (A) Back when I was young 
 Couldn't wait to grow up
 Get away (D) and get out on my own (E)
 And looking (A) back now ain't it funny how, 
 I've been (D) trying' to get back (E) home, yeah
 When my low self esteem needs a man loving me 
 And I find me a perfect catch
 Then I see my friends having wild weekends
 And I don't wanna be quite so attached
 Just as soon (Bm) as I get what I want (D)
 I get unsatisfied (A) 
  (Bm) Good is good, (E) but could be better
 (A) I keep looking  
 (E) I keep looking for (D)
 I keep looking for (E) something more
 (A) I always wonder why (E) it's on the other side (D) of the number (E) 2 door
 I (D) keep looking 
 Looking (E) for something more (A)
 (A) Well the straight haired girls all want curls
 And the (D) brunettes want to be blonde (E)
 (A) Its your typical thing
 You get in you want gain
 (D) It just goes on and on (E)
 (Bm) They say hey. Its only human 
 to never (D) be satisfied (A) 
 (Bm) Well, I guess that I'm as human (E) as the next one
 Guitar break   Yeah………..

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