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Nashville Chords

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D G C F A D
“Nashville”- David Mead
Capo 4 in DADGAD
Tabbed by Robin Young (YouTube: likeROCKSTAR)

Chords (relative to capo):
A: 770600
Bm: 990700
D: 000200
D(add9): 000202
D(accentuate 3): 000204
Dmaj7: 000240
D/F#: 400200
D/E: 200200
D/A: Slide up to 7th fret on bottom E string (just play the single note)
Em: 220000
E7: 220100
G: 550400
Gmaj7 to G5: 550040 to 550050

Intro:
Measure 1: D  -  D(add9)
Measure 2: D  -  D(accentuate 3)
Measure 3: D  -  D(add9)
Measure 4: Dmaj7  -   D(accentuate 3)
Measure 5: D

     G                            D
On a childhood highway, through a night alone
      Em                      A
I was barely breathing, I was crawling home
          G                        D
Well it's not quite London, or the south of France
      Em                 A              G D/F# D/E
Or an Asian island, or a second chance.

D                        Em
Going back to Nashville, thinking about the whole thing
D/F#                    Gmaj7 G5
Guess you gotta run sometimes
Bm                     D
Maybe I'm a fast train rolling down a mountain
G                       A (2 measures)
Watching all my life go by.

         G                         D
You're a distant memory, you're an exit sign
      Em                   A
I was talking crazy on the driver's side
      G                      D
And I know I hurt you, but I can't confess
         Em                            A              G D/F# D/E
Was that blood or a wine stain on your wedding dress?

D                        Em
Going back to Nashville, thinking about the whole thing
D/F#                    G
Guess you gotta run sometimes
Bm                     E7
Maybe I'm a fast train rolling down a mountain
G                       A
Watching all my life go by.

D                        Em
Going back to Nashville, laughing at a bad break
D/F#                        G
What's the use in wondering why?
Bm                      D
Maybe I'm a storm front blowing through the valley
G
Tearing up a good July.

         A                   Em                   G
And it's safe and warm where nothing ever happens
         A             Bm        A       G
Would it be so hard to realign a star or two?
Bm                A (hold)  D (see pattern below)
Change a southern night for you.

Interlude (very similar to intro, with one adaptation):
Measure 1: D  -  D(add9)
Measure 2: D  -  D(accentuate 3)
Measure 3: D  -  D(add9)
Measure 4: D  -  D(accentuate 3)
(2x)

          G                           D/F#         D/A  D
Well it's not quite evening, and it's not New York
          Em                          A
There's a scar in the blue sky by the old airport
        G                    D
And I'm talking crazy on the driver's side
       Em             D/F#       G            A 
I will always love you    like a long goodbye.
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DDDiego wrote on October 13 2014, 04:28 am

Why 4 stars? This couldn't be more awesome!! Great tab dude!! THANKS! 5 stars!
I just wish my neck would be longer to lay that Bm justice, any variations?

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