Words & Music:

Craig Fuller (Pure Prairie League)


This is transcribed in the January 2008 issue of Acoustic Guitar.


A             G         D     A        G  D

I can see why you think you belong to me.

A                G        D        A                              D

I never tried to make you think, or let you see one thing for yourself.

               C                              D

But now you're off with someone else and I'm alone.

           C                                    E

You see, I thought that I might keep you for my own.



A     G              D

Amie, what you wanna do?

A       G                 D

I think I could stay with you

      Bm                       E

For a while, maybe longer if I do.


Don't you think the time is right for us to find

All the things we thought weren't prob'ly could be right in time.

And can you see, which way we should turn, together or alone.

I can never see what's right or what is wrong, you take too long to see.




Now, it's come to what you want, you've had your way.

And all the things you thought before just faded into gray.

And can you see, that I don't know if it's you or if it's me.

If it's one of us I'm sure we both will see,

Won't you look at me and tell me?





       A5                    A7        Dadd9/A  [etc.]

I keep falling in and out of love with you,

Falling in and out of love with you,

Don't know what I'm gonna do.

       A5                     Dadd9/A     Dm(add9)/A  E7b9/A  A(add9)

I keep falling in and out of love--- with you, ooh


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