Intro: B Bm You remind me of a girl I once knew Bbm Ab God, by now she's well in middle age. Abm Db Probably 41, 42. -nc- Huh. Thank you? Verse: What? Oh my god! No no no... B Bm She was a waitress at a shop Bbm I used to frequent quite a lot Nice teeth and small hands Ab and snuck me goodies I couldn't afford then Abm Db She was sweet to me, B Reminds me of you. Jenna: Hmm. Oh, well no one ever really notices me that way so... Dr. Oomatter: Somebody did right? Jenna: Hmm? Dr. Pomatter: Yah, because you have th... the baby. Verse: B Bm She'd bake the pies fresh every day like you I guess, Bbm But I must say Ab if pies were books yours would be Shakespeare's letters. Abm Db you remind me of her, Gb but better Chorus: Ebm B Gb Bbm it only takes a taste when it's something special. Ebm B Gb Bbm B it only takes a taste when you know it's good. Gb Db Ebm Ab sometimes one bite is more than enough Abm Gb to know you want more of the thing you just got a taste of. Verse: B Bm Jenna: That reminds me of a thing we would say. Bbm Ab me and my mamma in the kitchen when we'd bake. Abm Db she's say "Jenna, you can tell the whole story with a taste." Dr. Pomatter: Yah. B Bm No, that's exactly what I mean. Bbm I swear that as those flavors mixed and melted Ab I could hear the sirens sing. Abm it was truly something special. Db Gb one taste and I want the whole thing. Bridge: Db Dbm I must say it felt like I was carried away. intoxicated. E Db made me escape the room I was in. E I can't help but wonder B D how your hand must have felt making that masterful thing. Db Dbm Gbm Ab Jenna: Just one bite caused all that wondering. Chorus: Ebm B Gb Dr. Pomatter: It only takes a taste Ebm B Gb Bb B Dr. Pomatter, Jenna : It only takes a taste when you know it's good. Gb Db Ebm Ab Sometimes one bite is more than enough. Abm Gb To know you want more of the thing you just got a taste of.