Always Something There To Remind Me Uke tab by Naked Eyes

8 Chords used in the song: D, A, C, G, Bb, Em, F#m, Bm

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Always Something There To Remind Me
Naked Eyes



D D A A C C G G Bb Bb
I walk along the city streets you used to walk along with me,
D D A A C C G G
And every step I take reminds me of just how we used to be.
G G D D
Oh, how can I forget you, girl
Em Em
When there is

always something there to remind me



D D A A C C G G Bb Bb
When shadows fall, I pass a small cafe where we would dance at night
D D A A C C G G
And I can't help recalling how it felt to kiss and hold you tight


G G D D Em Em D D G G

Oh, how can I forget you, girl when there is always something there to
D D
remind me
Always something there to remind me


F#m F#m Bm Bm G G A A
I was born to love you, and I will never be free
D D
You'll always be a part of me



If you should find you miss the sweet
And tender love we used to share
Just go back to the places where we used to go,
And I'll be there

Oh, how can I forget you, girl
When there is always something there to remind me
Always something there to remind me

I was born to love you, and I will never be free
You'll always be a part of me

'Cause there is always something there to remind me

 

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About this song

Twenty years after its composition, "Always Something There to Remind Me" (so titled) reached the US Top Twenty for the first time via a synthpop reinvention of the song by Naked Eyes which reached the Top Ten on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1983. Vocalist Pete Byrne and keyboardist Rob Fisher first cut "Always Something There to Remind Me" as one of a number of demos recorded in Bristol upon forming the duo later known as Naked Eyes in early 1982.