Missing You Uke tab by John Waite

4 Chords used in the song: e, a, b, c#m

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E E                             A A              B B
Every time I think of you, I always catch my breath
E E
And I'm still standing here, and you're miles away
A A B B
And I'm wonderin' why you left
C#m C#m A A
And there's a storm that's raging through my frozen heart
B B
Tonight

E E A A B B
I hear your name in certain circles, and it always makes me Smile
E E A A B B
I spend my time thinkin' about you, and it's almost driving Me wild
C#m C#m A A
And there's a heart that's breaking down this long distance
B B
Line tonight

E E A A B B
I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away

E E A A B B
I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say

E E A A
There's a message in the wire, and I'm sending you this
B B
Signal tonight
E E
You don't know how desperate I've become
A A B B
And it looks like I'm losing this fight
C#m C#m A A
And it's my heart that's breaking down this long distance
B B
Line tonight


E E A A B B
I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away
E E A A B B
I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say
C#m C#m
And there's a message that I'm sending out,
A A B B
Like a telegraph to your soul
C#m C#m
And if I can't bridge this distance,
A A B B
Stop this heartbreak Overload


E E A A B B
I ain't missing you at all since you've been gone away
E E A A B B
I ain't missing you, no matter what I might say

 

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About this song

"Missing You" is a song by British musician John Waite and was included in the album No Brakes. It peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for one week on September 22, 1984, and number nine on the UK Singles Chart. John Waite re-recorded the song with country/bluegrass artist Alison Krauss which appeared on her album A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection, and released it to country music radio in 2007. The re-recording peaked at #34 on the Hot Country Songs chart.