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Airstream Song Chords

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4th fret
Tuning: Capo on the 4th fret

     G   C   D   Em  Cadd9*
e|---3---0---2---0---3---|
B|---3---1---3---0---3---|
G|---0---0---2---0---0---|
D|---0---2---0---2---2---|
A|---2---3---x---2---3---|
E|---3---x---x---0---x---| 

*This is how Miranda plays it live, but the Cadd9's can be changed to C's if you prefer.


Intro:
G C G C    
    

Verse 1:    
    G
Sometimes I wish I lived in an Airstream
G
Homemade curtains, lived just like a gypsy
C                            G
Break a heart, roll out of town
       D             Cadd9    G
'Cause gypsies never get tied down
    G
Sometimes I wish I lived on a mountain
G
Drank from a stream instead of a fountain
C                             G
I'd stay there, top of the world
    D            Cadd9    G
But I was born a red dirt girl


Chorus:
  C
Unbridled or tethered and tied
      Em
The safety of the fence or the danger of the ride 
     C                  D
I'll always be unsatisfied


Verse 2:
    G
Sometimes I wish I lived by a pier
     G
In a lighthouse with a chandelier
    C                             G
I'd watch everybody's ships come in
    D              Cadd9    G
And then I'd sail away with them


Chorus:
  C
Unanchored in the storm
   Em
Or safely on the shore
      C                                 D
If this is all I need, why do I want more?


Bridge:
C Em C D

    
    G
Sometimes I wish I lived in an Airstream
G                        Cadd9         G
Homemade curtains, lived just like a gypsy...

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peaches12345678 wrote on October 20 2010, 07:26 pm

actually it can be played both ways, cause its just a variation of C

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Amandata wrote on October 23 2010, 08:00 pm

I know that. I wanted to tab it exactly how Miranda played it on tour, but I personally think that plain C Major sounds better than Cadd9 in those lines, which is why I included that note.

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