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Never Go Home Again chords

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[Verse 1]
Em                                                             G    Dsus2
Scatter gun blast, hands in the air, half a million in a burlap sack
      Em                                       G            Dsus2    Em 
Y'all have a nice day as we make our way to the Caddy in the ally out back
             Em                                                 G   Dsus2
See when the times get hard some good old boys turn to a life a sin
           Em                                              B7             Em 
We're like Robin Hood, we're just twice as good but we can never go home again

[Verse 2]
Em                                                             G    Dsus2
Well I grew up singing Amazing Grace in a little white church in the woods
      Em                                       G            Dsus2    Em 
My momma prayed hard for all her boys but her praying didn't do a bit of good
             Em                                                 G   Dsus2
The sheriff and a banker man came to push us off of our land
           Em                                              B7             Em 
Now we're six feet deep and my brothers and me we can never go home again


[Chorus]
C       G          D                Em 
Lord forgive me, I know just what I do
          C               G                D                    Em 
I'll take what I need and then I leave the rest to my momma and you
         C                    G                             D                     Em
And that tin roof cabin might not have been heaven but it's closer than I've ever been
    C                 G                 B7              Em 
God bless an outlaw's weary soul, I can never go home again

[Verse 3]
Em                                                             G    Dsus2
Sometimes I dream of that old front porch and my momma patching up a quilt
      Em                                       G            Dsus2    Em 
While my brothers and me lay around in the shade of that live oak tree on the hill
             Em                                                 G   Dsus2
Now it's hide-out shacks, better watch your back and cover every track of where you've been
           Em                                              B7             Em 
A thousand wrongs will never make it right, I can never go home again

[Chorus]
C       G          D                Em 
Lord forgive me, I know just what I do
          C               G                D                    Em 
I'll take what I need and then I leave the rest to my momma and you
         C                    G                             D                     Em
And that tin roof cabin might not have been heaven but it's closer than I've ever been
    C                 G                 B7              Em 
God bless an outlaw's weary soul, I can never go home again

[Verse 4]
Em                                                             G    Dsus2
Scatter gun blast tears a ten inch hole through an empty burlap sack
      Em                                       G            Dsus2    Em 
As I say my peace for my brothers and me as my whole world fades to black
             Em                                                 G   Dsus2
Here's three new graves underneath the shade of that live oak tree on the hill
           Em                                              B7             Em 
Overlooking momma's porch with a fresh coat of paint and a shiny new Coup De Ville

[Chorus 2]
C       G          D                Em 
Lord forgive me, I know just what I've done
          C               G                D                    Em 
I've been through hell and found myself on the wrong end of a gun
         C                    G                             D                     Em
And that tin roof cabin might not have been heaven but it's closer than I've ever been
    C                 G                 B7              Em 
God bless an outlaw's weary soul, I thought I'd never make it home
    C                 G                 B7              Em 
God bless an outlaw's weary soul, I guess I finally made it home again 

            
            
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