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Halfway To Hardinsburg chords

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[Intro]

C  Em  Am  G


[Verse]

 C
You got some things to say
        Em
But you never like to speak
         Am               G                C
So you grab a pen and you head out for the table
    C
You scotch taped a note down
   Em
Of words that you wrote down
Am             G           C
Resembling an old English fable


[Chorus]

             F           Em      C
And you were half way to Hardinsburg
             F     G     Am
And you were half way to hell
         Am     G  F            Am              C
When you heard the sound of the organ's bitter swell


[Instrumental]

C  Em  Am  G


[Verse]

        C                                 Em
You're modeling the fashions while you're counting up your rations
       Am               G            C
Well, girl you've got plans of your own
C                                       Em
You're cursing the masses while you're looking through your glasses
         Am             G                  C
Well, girl you ain't never going back home


[Chorus]

              F           Em    C
And you were half way to Hardinsburg
              F    G    Am
And you were half way to hell
          Am    G  F            Am              C
When you heard the sound of the organ's bitter swell


[Bridge]

C                Em   
Mr. Moses, your front porch light's on
       Am                                  G
I've come here for your daughter and I can see that she's gone
C                    Em
You said she took a ring of mine to pawn
     Am                             G
If I hurry I could catch her out on Broadway to dawn


[Solo]

C  Am  G  F  G
C  Am  G  F  G
C  Am  G  F  G
C  Am  G  F  G


[Chorus]

              F          Em      C
And you were half way to Hardinsburg
             F     G     Am
And you were half way to hell
          Am    G   F            Am             C
When you heard the sound of the organ's bitter swell

            
            
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