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Goodbye Carolina Blues chords

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 [Verse] 
                                                
   G                       Bm                                                   
Goodbye, Carolina. I felt cold and I felt weak. 
             Am     
I took the midnight bus from Asheville
                                 C                G                                    C
passed like a ghost  through Tennessee. Brushed the Northern edge of Blacksburg. Like your hair off of your
                                    F                              C
cheeks. I wish I could fall asleep. Half-dead in the window seat-- awake for weeks.


[Interlude]

G Bm C Em D


[Verse]

G                                   Bm                            Am
Good morning, Manhattan. Stopped a Port Authority. I’ll take the train under the
               C
river; ride the A out to the G.
             G                                     C                                  
And I’ll walk along your narrow streets with a dollar cup of coffee, letting it
F
stain my teeth. Two sugars,
   C
a drop of cream. Bittersweet.


[Interlude]

G Bm C Em D


[Verse]

G                                           Bm                                       Am
God damn I missed you, Brooklyn. Caught my breath here on your streets. I left my winter

coat in Charlotte.
     C                          G                                      C
I’m cursing at the breeze. I’m hiding out from early March. Read the sign hung in

our lobby. The elevator
F                                     C
broke last week. I walk the stairs to 403.


          Em             D          C                  Em              D            C
I don’t blame you for changing the locks. I think I’d probably do the same if it
             Em
were me. I’m gathering up the
 D           C                             Am                            C
courage to knock. I’m not sure what I’m looking for. I don’t know what I want. I
       G
don’t want anything.
             Eb
I don’t want anything.


G                                         Bm                                   Am
Some college student answers and my heart crash-lands on the floor. He says he sublet

this place last month.
          C                      G                              C
He never heard of me before. He sees me there collapsing and he opens up the door.
          F
It’s all new furniture.
                  C
I barely recognize it anymore.


                  Em         D                C            Em           D
He says, I’m sorry, man. I wish that I knew more. I’m not sure exactly what you’re
         C            Em
looking for, but no Diane,
               D             G          C         Am             C            G
no, she don’t live here anymore, anymore, anymore.  Diane don’t live here anymore.

            
            
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