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Mistress Named Music Medley Chords

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Eric Church - Mistress Named Music (Live at the Redrocks Medley)

Capo 3


C
I still remember Miss Bessie singing
                                       D
Black, wrinkled fingers on ivory keys
C                                         D
Just five years old, my church shoes a-dangling
C                                   G                C
Yeah, she's long gone and I'm still chasing this song


      G        D                    G              D
With a guitar full of freedom and a head full of lines
      G                D                 Em         D
That nightlife full of demons has been a hell of a ride
D              G               Cadd9        G
I got a crazy heart, but I was born to lose it
D             G            Em             D  
 Married to a dream with a mistress named music
C
No hope and squarely solitary

                                               D 
Enough whiskey and Coke, boys, to get me in a bind
C                                               D
Amps juiced, the whole damn block could hear me
                          C
Even that cop car rolling past
                          G
By the time they hit the front door
               D
I was out the back


      G        D                    G              D
With a guitar full of freedom and a head full of lines
      G                D                 Em         D
That nightlife full of demons has been a hell of a ride
D              G               Cadd9        G
I got a crazy heart, but I was born to lose it
D             G            Em             D  
 Married to a dream with a mistress named music


(na na na...............)
D Cadd9 G D  D Cadd9 Em D

C
White calloused fingers on bronze and nylon
C                                       D
These same old boots are still tapping time
C                              D
Not quite the buzz I used to tie on
             C               G   
But 'til I'm gone, I'll be chasing this song

G    C x2

G 
Stood there boldly sweatin' in the sun 
C 
Felt like a million, felt like number one 
F                         C 
The height of summer, I'd never felt that strong 
       G 
Like a rock.

       G 
Like a rock - nothin' ever got to me 
       C 
Like a rock - I was somethin' to see 
       F            C 
Like a rock 
       G 
I was like a rock.


C                   D                G           Em
And even though we ain't got money,  I'm so in love with you honey,
    C                D                G      Em 
And everything will bring a chain of love.
C                   D           G                   F      
And in the morning when I rise, you bring a tear of joy to my eyes,
    Em      A     D     
And tell me everything is gonna be alright.


G               C         D
And I been from Tucson to Tucumcari,
                 G
Tehachapi to Tonapa
G                    Am                   C
Driven every kind of rig that's ever been made;
 C                                       D        
Driven the back roads so I wouldn't get weighed


And if you give me
C     D          G
Weed, whites and wine,
G                 D
And you show me a sign;
D       G     CDC      G
I'll be willin', to be movin'


    G                    Em
Now John at the bar is a friend of mine
   C                     D
He gets me my drinks for free
         G                           Em            
And he's quick with a joke and he'll light up your smoke
            C               D           G
But there's some place that he'd rather be

          G                       Em       
He says, "Bill, I believe this is killing me."
       C                       D
As the smile ran away from his face
          G                      Em
"Well I'm sure that I could be a movie star
   C           D           G
If I could get out of this place"

Em              
la la la, di da da
Em           D     G
La la, di di da da dum

G                          Em
Sing us a song, you're the piano man
C              D
Sing us a song tonight
            G                     Em
Well, we're all in the mood for a melody
    C                 D         G     
And you've got us all feeling alright


G               Em
I still feel 25 most of the time
C                                    G
Still raise a little cane with the boys
G                            Em
Honkytonks and pretty women, lord I'm still right there with em
C                               G
Singing above the crowd and the noise

G
Sometimes I feel like Jesse James
Em
Just trying to make a name
C                                   G
Knowing nothings gonna change who I am
G
I was a young troubadour
Em
When I rode in on a song
C                                      G
and I'll be an old troubadour when I'm gone

      G        D                    G              D
With a guitar full of freedom and a head full of lines
      G                D                 Em         D
That nightlife full of demons has been a hell of a ride
D              G               Cadd9        G
I got a crazy heart, but I was born to lose it
D             G            Em             D  
 Married to a dream with a mistress named music
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