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Skipping Stone chords

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"Skipping Stone" by Amos Lee

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	G		Bm		Em
I don't know if I can do this alone
C		D	G
Oh after all our sweet love is flown
G
I've been a running
G7		C (E Eb D) A
I've been skipping like a stone
       G
And I don't know if I
D	G
I can do this all alone

G		C		G
When I met her she was standing by a door
G		G7		D	D7
I ain't never seen a light like that before
     G		G7			C (E Eb D) A
Now she's left me for something more sure
G
And I don't know if I
  D		G
I can do this anymore

G	G7	C (E Eb D) 	A
G	D	G

D(7)		Em
'Cause lovers will come, lovers will go
C		    D				G
This rare seed are from which true love might grow
		G		G7	C G A
If you see her, won't you please say hello
G		D	C	G
'Cause I don't know if I can do this alone

            
            
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DJDallasJones 82 Aug 02, 2012 02:06 PM

Sounds very accurate though I believe the walk down bass line from C to A is exactly just that. C B B flat A.

There's also a hammer on from B to C while playing some of the G chords.

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