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Mary Chapin Carpenter - Not Too Much To Ask


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Not Too Much To Ask
(Mary-Chapin Carpenter/Don Schlitz)
from the album "Come On, Come On"

                   D    G                     D
To hear you say my name, to see you search my eyes
                     G    A                  D
To feel you touch my hand, it more than satisfies.
   G             D     G                     D
If I was not the first, just say I'll be the last
                   G    A                         D
It's too much to expect, but it's not too much to ask.

               G                      D
Now I can only dream of being all you need
               G Bm                 G  A
And I can only try to be the reason why
                  D  G                     D
You think about today and forget about the past
                   G    A                         D
It's too much to expect, but it's not too much to ask.


INSTRUMENTAL


               G                      D
Now I can only dream of being all you need
               G Bm                 G  A
And I can only try to be the reason why
                  D   G                           D  Bm
You think about today 'cause the past is just the past
                   G    A                       D  Bm
It's too much to expect, but it doesn't hurt to ask
                   A    G                         D
It's too much to expect, but it's not too much to ask.


transcribed by Arleen Myers (myera@ils.unc.edu) October '94



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