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Country Song Chords

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Capo 2 on album but plays with the Capo on the third live
just picks these chords


G       C      G/B     G/A   G
G                             C
Gonna sing you an old country song 
         G
From the heart
          D                                 G  
So I can cry your name and call you when Im sad
C              D        G  G/F# Em
When you have gone and run so far
     C          D        G    C       G/B  G/A  G
From me in the trees so far
G                               C
Walking down that old country lane
          G         D                                  G
Drops of rain call upon the ones who call you by your name
C                D                G G/F#      Em
Will I see you again and please come on back home
    C         D        G    C  G/B  G/A  G
To me so Im not all alone
G                              C
Gonna sing you an old country song 
          G
From the heart                                         (STRUM)
           D                         G     C   G/B  G/A  G 
From the strings of this old rusty guitar
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Whatsernamefan wrote on August 12 2012, 02:46 pm

Excellent Chords. 5*s

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ben127 wrote on November 30 2012, 03:50 pm

Anyone know the picking pattern?

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IwanFon wrote on January 30 2013, 08:23 am

same as Ben not sure of the picking pattern..
Great chords tho!!

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