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Roll It On Home chords

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Here are the basic chords for this lovely new John Mayer tune. I know the original version (or as seen in the Hotel Cafe version on YouTube) has a bit more intricacies, but I reckon this should help you through the song nicely. Easily strummed, but also very fitting for the typical Mayer picking pattern.
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[Intro]
D  G  D/F#  Em7  A  G  D

[Verse 1]
D
One last drink to wishful thinkin'
G   D/F#          Em7
And then another again
A
The bar is getting brighter
        G                 D
And the walls are closin' in

[Verse 2]
D
Journey on the jukebox singin'
G                D/F#   Em7
Don't let the believin' end
A
The one that you had eyes for
           F#                  Bm     (A) G
Had their eyes for your best friend

[Pre-Chorus]
               D
Nobody's gonna love you right
A                       D
Nobody's gonna take you in tonight
G                        D
Finish out the bottle, step into the light
    A          D
And roll it on home

[Chorus]
G
Roll it on home
           Bm
Roll it on home
D          A      G                Bm      A
Tomorrow's another chance you won't go it alone
                  D
If you roll it on home

D G D/F# Em7 A G D

[Verse 3]
D
The last ten texts were with your ex
G                   D/F#   Em7
And all of 'em were sent by you
A                                       G                  D
But you keep starin' at your phone like something's comin' through
D                                          G            D/F#        Em7   
Come to grips and take your chips when the cards aren't goin' your way
A                                     F#       Bm         (A)    G
You've been here so long tonight's already yesterday hey hey hey

[Pre-Chorus]
               D
Nobody's gonna love you right
A                       D
Nobody's gonna take you in tonight
G                        D
Finish out the bottle, step into the light
    A          D
And roll it on home

[Chorus]
G
Roll it on home
           Bm
Roll it on home
D          A      G                Bm      A
Tomorrow's another chance you won't go it alone
                  D
If you roll it on home


A G D x2
Da, da, da....
[Solo]
Bm A G D
Bm A G D E G D

[Pre-Chorus]
G               D
Nobody's gonna love you right
A                       D
Nobody's gonna take you in tonight
G                        D
Drop a couple dollars, bum yourself a light
    A          D
And roll it on home

[Chorus]
G
Roll it on home
           Bm
Roll it on home
D          A      G                Bm      A
Tomorrow's another chance you won't go it alone
                  G    D
If you roll it on home
           G    D
Roll it on home
           G    D
Roll it on home
           G    D
Roll it on home

            
            
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RollinStone1 30 Feb 24, 2017 12:00 PM, edited at 05:02 pm

Fm should be F#m. Instead of playing D/F# I would use F#minor also. Thanks

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asehauDLM 187 Feb 24, 2017 12:59 PM

In my opinion it should be F# instead of F#m. Listen to the electric guitar at 0:34. It sounds definitely like F#.

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RollinStone1 30 Feb 24, 2017 08:18 PM

I'm pretty sure song is in the key of D. so D(1), Em(2), F#m(3), G(4), A(5), Bm(6), C#(7). There is no Bb in the key of D so F# needs to be minor... Thanks

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