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Ride On Chords

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ride on 
by christy moore
standard tuning,standard fingerpicking,maybe a capo on the 2nd
it depends on how you sing it

Verse:1
Am                            F
True you ride the finest horse,i've ever seen
G                      Am                          O
standing 16 one or two with eyes wild and green
Am                         F     
you ride the horse so well hands light too the touch
G                           Am                        O
i could never go with you no matter how i wanted too

chorus

Am      F
ride on,see you
G                            Am
i could never go with you no matter how i wanted too

Verse:2
when you ride into the night without a trace behind
run your claw along my gut,one last time
i turned to face an empty space,where you used to lie
and look for the spark that lights the night through the teardrop in my eye

Chorus

Verse:3:instrumental

Chorus by 2 then fade out or play verse3 again
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western wrote on May 12 2004, 12:00 am

this western der is actually a capo on the 3rd in recorded version

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zither wrote on January 29 2006, 01:21 pm

congrats, i don't get where the other tabbers of this song managed to get an open Em for the opening chord? Ugh :))

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Claffey wrote on April 11 2006, 06:04 pm

Great tab, i know ya said it's standard finger pickin but i think double thumbing sounds better, keep them good oul tabs going though .

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