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Wild Horses ukulele

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Title:  Wild Horses
Artist: Garth Brooks
Album:  No Fences
Tabbed by Rob Ross

        E
From a phonebooth in Cheyenne
         G#m
I made a promise to Diane
        A          F#m7             B7
No more Rodeos I'd gone my last go 'round
E                                         G#m
The same promise that I made in San Antone and Sante Fe
     A                F#m7           B7
But tonight I saddled up and let her down

(CHORUS)

A    E           C#m      B7 E
Wild horses keep dragging me away
         F#m7               A         B7
And I'll lose more than I'm gonna win someday
            A          G#m
Wild horses just stay wild
           A            Am
and her heart is all I break
     E           C#m      B7 E
Wild horses keep dragging me away

(2nd Verse same chords as 1st)

She watched me drive around her block
Getting courage up to stop
To make her one more promise I can't keep
The way I love the rodeo I guess I should let her go
Before I hurt her more than she loves me

Chords used are:

C#m  = X 4 6 6 5 4

Gm   = 4 6 6 4 4 4

F#m7 = 2 4 2 2 2 2

B7   = X 2 4 2 4 2

A    = X 0 2 2 2 0

E    = X 2 2 1 0 0

Easy enough but a couple of harder chords

Enjoy

            
            
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