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From The Heart Chords

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                                          Artist - Harvey Andrews
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                                           Song - From The Heart 
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                                         Album - The Journey (1997)
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                                           Tabbed By - Ayreon77
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Tuning = Standard


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CAPO 2nd FRET
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INTRO
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C   F   C  G  C


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VERSE 1
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                                  F
He'd an old-fashioned way when he started to play 
        C                      G
He'd an old-fashioned steel guitar 
        C                        F
With no amps and no leads, it fulfilled all his needs 
      C             G             C
And together they'd both traveled far 
        G                    F            C
Just an old troubadour on an old bar-room floor 
        Bb        D            G
Just an old troubadour and his song 
       C                          F
But it tore them apart, 'cause it came from his heart 
           C              G          C      F   C  G  C
And they'd not heard that art for so long 


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VERSE 2
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                                    F
Then a kid playing pool said, “This old man's a fool 
         C                           G
He's not cool, just a ghoul past his prime” 
      C                            F
So he walked to the wall where the jukebox stood tall 
       C             G           C
And he paid for some hits of the time 
       G                         F           C
Then a girl passed him by with a look in her eye 
           Bb         D        G
That said 'Don't even try to oppose'
           C                           F
Pulled the plug from the wall said "An ass needs a stall 
       C               G          C        F
And we all hope you've got one of those" 


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VERSE 3
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              G      F               G
She stood her ground, she stared him down 
    F                          G
The kid raised a fist, then he smiled 
         F
He said "You're wasted on him" 
        C
Then he turned with a grin 
          Bb         D            G
And said "Girls like you drive me wild 
       Bb              D                G
You're young enough to be the old man's child"


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VERSE 4
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         C                    F
When the kid left the room, a chord filled the gloom
      C                         G
And a voice sang a song for the stars 
        C                        F
For the breeze in the trees, for nights such as these 
        C              G         C
And for girls who find lovers in bars 
    G                          F           C
And when the chord died like a wave on the tide 
         Bb         D           G
Like the cry from a high flying bird 
       C                          F
He put down his guitar, she said "I've got my car 
      C              G            C
And a jar, if you'll just say the word" 


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VERSE 5
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        G                        F            C
So that old troubadour left that old bar-room floor 
          Bb        D             G
Yes, that old troubadour sang her song 
       C                         F
And it tore her apart, 'cause it came from his heart 
          C             G          C      F   C  G  C
And she'd not felt that art for so long


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VERSE 6
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                                  F
He'd an old-fashioned way when he started to play 
        C                      G
He'd an old-fashioned steel guitar 
        C                        F
With no amps and no leads, it fulfilled all his needs 
      C             G             C
And together they'd both traveled far 
        G                    F            C
Just an old troubadour on an old bar-room floor 
        Bb        D            G
Just an old troubadour and his song 
       C                          F
But it tore them apart, 'cause it came from his heart 
           C              G          C
And they'd not heard that art for so long
                                   F
Yes, it tore them apart, 'cause it came from his heart 
           C             G          F     C
And they'd not felt that art for so long



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