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The Way I Was Made Chords

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Listen to the song a couple times and you will learn the rhythm. Ignore hammer ons 
and the like for the chorus'.

Tuning: E A D G B E
Key of song: C
Key to Chord Diagrams: 

h:hammer
B:bar
b:bend

C|--0---------|   F|-B1---------|   Am|--0---------|   G|--3--------|
 |--1---------|    |-B1---------|     |--1---------|    |--0--------|
 |--0---------|    |--0h2-------|     |--2---------|    |--0--------|
 |--0h2-------|    |--3---------|     |--2---------|    |--0--------|
 |--3---------|    |--3---------|     |--0---------|    |--2--------|
 |-(3)--------|    |--x---------|     |--x---------|    |--3--------|


C                          F               C
I was born, and I was made by the hands of marmalade
C                             F                      C
I've got legends in my blood; I've got Indians in my veins,
C                      F 
And in the year of '44 Grandpa went away to war,
Am                    
And went to Hitler's house and kicked in the door,
G                         C
There began the way I was made 


C                           F                        C
And in the year of '47 that Rewey girl came down from heaven,
C                           F                  C
In '48 a bride and groom in love on their honeymoon,
C                                     F                               
And they weren't doin' nothin' wrong, but it's how my mother, came along,
Am                                 G                          C
And here I am with words and song singin' 'bout the way I was made,


CHORUS
C           F        C       G                     C
Oooooo hoo, It feels so good to have your blood in my veins
C           F        C       G                     C
Oooooo hoo, It feels so good to have your blood in my veins 


VERSE
C                             F                                C
My Dad, he was a country kid. He loved to smoke, and hunt and fish,
C                          F                              C
Mom, she was a city babe, a pretty little girl who never ate,
C                                         F
They met at school with broken hearts, and healed each-other from the start,
Am                            G                                  C
Man and woman play your part, now we're closer to the way I was made 


CHORUS

C           F        C G                     C
Whoa! It feels so good to have your blood in my veins
C           F        C G                     C
Whoa! It feels so good to have your blood in my veins 


VERSE
C                                 F                              C
Legend says our family tree grows black and white and Indian leaves,
C                                   F                          
And if the history books are right, none of us are really white,
Am                            G                                 C
In fact, I think that means, that everybody's blood is just the same,


CHORUS

C           F        C       G                     C
Whoa Oh! It feels so good to have your blood in my veins,
C           F        C       G                     C
Oooooo hoo, It feels so good to have your blood in my veins,
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