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Lonestar chords

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  • Standard chords that go well with the song. You ca... Show more
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[Verse 1]

 C         F       C
Lonestar, where are you out tonight?

G             E           Am  D7 
This feeling I'm trying to fight

G              E           Am             D7
It's dark and I think that I would give anything

F         G             C 
For you to shine down on me


[Verse 2]
(same chords)

How far you are,I just don't know

The distance, I'm willing to go
 
I pick up a stone that I cast to the sky

Hoping for some kind of sign


[Verse 3]
(same chords)

Lonestar, where are you out tonight?

This feeling I'm trying to fight 

It's dark and I think that
 
I would give anything


[Outro]

F         G             C
For you to shine down on me 

F         G             C
For you to shine down on me 

            
            
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silauret 10 Aug 21, 2014 01:15 AM

Thanks for the chords.
I would suggest a little walk-up between Am and D7, especially if you do a bit of finger-picking (I'm not sure of the name of the chords though):
Am(xo221o) Am7/G(3o2o1o) D7/F#(2oo212) D7(xxo212)

The progression can also be used on the line before last:
F G Am Am7/G D7/F# D7
For you to shine down on me

(and then finish with F-G-C for the repeat)

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mickeyj4j 524 Jul 04, 2016 03:21 AM

to Oman extra lines between verses. not all verses have chords over them otherwise it's good verson.

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