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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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From: RussDog685@aol.com
Date: Wed, 15 May 1996 21:04:39 -0400
Subject:  by 


Fine Line  by  Hootie and the Blowfish


This tune is taken from Hootie's Let Her Cry single.  They've been playing it
for years (I'm sure) and I had the pleasure of seeing them perform it live at
Hardee's Walnut Creek in Raleigh, NC, back in August of '95.  I think the
song was written by their producer, Don Gheman (I think), and I love the
song.  I'm not exactly sure on the lyrics, the strength of Darius' voice kind
of muffles his lyrics sometimes, so if the words don't make sense to you,
they may be incorrect.  


 INTRO:   strum on G

VERSE:
     
          F                                        G
There's a curve in the highway,  just south of town
           Dm                                      F
Where our matters roll over (?),  could've figured I'd found (?)
           F                                   G
With only his conscience,   and a lonesome sound
            F
And Jesus winding up creek (?)

            F                                 G
Got a wife and two kids, bringing up his son (?)
            Dm                                     F
Got a woman down in Charleston,  and she's starting to show
            F                                          G
And he's damned if he leaves her,   and he's sure damned if he don't
            F
And he wonders how his life got this way....

CHORUS: 

                    G   F        F                              G
Cause it's a fine line inbetween right and wrong  
            F                                        F
                       G     
Yeah you've been crossin' over that border way too long   
            Dm                                    G                 F
He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start
            F                                      G       F
Now there ain't no escape from a broken heart
             F                                      G      F

VERSE 2:

           F                                        G
And a call from the highway is a powerful thing
            Dm                                     F
Like a pullover lover, or a child in a swing
            F                                        G
And he's talkin' to her, only one way to explain
             F
And there both gonna have his babies now 

     F                           G
So how do you confess what words won't explain? 
    Dm                         F
He never intended to cause this much pain
    F                             G
And I feel like a farmer who's been prayin' for the rain
    F
Got more than he bargained from the clouds.... 

REPEAT CHORUS

BRIDGE:

Em                                                 F
He'll turn his car around tonight, go home and try to face the truth
Dm                 F                              G
Everyone involved's gettin' hurt and there ain't nothing he can do
G
no no no  

(i use to know the guitar solo but I forgot how to play it and I'm too lazy
to figure it out again, but here are the chords to it in the same pattern as
the chorus)

                       G                    F                   F
                 G 
                      F                    F                    G 

Dm                                                G                 F
He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start 
F                                                G           F
Now there ain't no, now there ain't no escape from a 

CHORUS:

G       F         F                             G
Fine Line inbetween right and wrong
F                                                    F
                      G
Yeah you've been crossin' over that border way too long
Dm                                               G                   F
He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start
F                                                 G        F
                                     
Now there ain't no escape from a broken heart
F                                                 G        F
Now there ain't no escapin' from a broken heart
F                                                 G          F
Yeah we're all gonna wind up with a broken heart
                  F                                          G         F
(mumbling) Nobody's gettin out without a broken heart

F                                                  G            F


Okay, that's the song.   Maybe someday I'll come back and put in the guitar
solo, but not any time soon.  If you have any questions, email is good
(RussDog685@AOL25).


            
            
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