Song's chords A, G, D, E, F♯m, Bm, B, Em, F♯
Album At Budokan
Info about song
Studio version recorded for their 1977 self-titled debut album, but only included on their second album In Color, which was released later in 1977. This version had a medium tempo with a country feel and a honkey tonk piano throughout the song. They played it on April 28th and 30th at their famous concerts that took place at the Budokan temple in Tokyo. The concerts were released as the Live At Budokan album, which captured Cheap Trick's live energy. Source Songfacts.com The video below matches the live version of I Want You To Want Me, from the album Live at Budokan (a.k.a. At Budokan) Live version here: I Want You to Want Me (Live) (3:44) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.