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Evil Woman Chords

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"Evil Woman"
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C7                     F7                                 C
You made a fool of me, but them broken dreams have got to end.

Am G F G(X2) (Played on piano but it sounds good on guitar)

Am  G      F           G      Am       G         F      G
Hey woman, you got the blues, cos' you ain't got no one else to use.
Am         G    F         G              Am      G         F
There's an open road that leads nowhere, so just make some miles
between here and there.
Am        G          F              G
There's a hole in my head where the rain comes in,
Am       G           F         G
You took my body and played to win,
Am    G            F            G
Ha Ha woman it's a crying shame,
Am      G          F             G
But you ain't got no one else to blame.

Am G   F    G Am G   F    G Am G   F   G  Am G F   G
E-evil Woman, E-evil Woman, E-evil Woman, Evil Woman

(Same as verse)
Rolled in from another town,
Hit some gold too hot to settle down,
But a fool and his money soon go separate ways,
And you found a fool lyin' in a daze,
Ha Ha woman what you gonna do,
You destroyed all the virtues that the Lord gave you,
It's so good that you're feeling pain,
But you better get yourself on board the very next train.

(Same as verse)
Evil woman how you done me wrong,
But now you're tryin' to wail a different song,
Ha Ha funny how you broke me up, you made the wine now you
drink the cup,
I came runnin' every time you cried,
Thought I saw love smilin' in your eyes,
Ha Ha very nice to know, that you ain't got no place left to go.

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indica666 wrote on December 17 2012, 04:50 am

The last G of each verse should be a C ready for the chorus (possibly omitting the preceding F when it is played), but other than that I think you have it spot on. :)

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MilesTeg wrote on December 21 2012, 04:54 pm

Yep, there are only three chords on the last line of the verses.

It goes back to F then G the C

But you ain't got no one else to blame.

Also there is another chord after the F7 in the intro but I can't quite figure it out. It might be a G7

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Robert Watt wrote on July 1 2013, 08:31 am

cheers lads

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