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First Cut Is The Deepest chords

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The first cut is the deepest by Sheryl Crow


              C         G          F     G
I would have given ....
              C          G         F      G
But there's someone ...
              C    G        F       
And  he's taken ....
     G                  C            G    F
But, if you want, I'll ....
G          C             F           G
Baby I'll try to love ....


Chorus :

C          G          F    
The first cut ...
G          C             G              F   G
Baby, I know, the ....
           C              G             F    G
When it comes to being ...
C                       F            G
When it comes to ....


2nd verse:

I still want you by my ....

Chorus:

            
            
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jcoates32 42 Oct 25, 2005 12:36 AM

no words!

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brettrenee4 10 Apr 15, 2006 06:04 PM

i really think that this song is played in the key of D, not C. So, it would go D, A, G, A, D and so on throughout the whole song.

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--art 569 Jun 09, 2007 11:14 PM

Crow does it in D (same with Linda Rondstadt, but that one's really bad).

This version is in C like Rod Stewart sang it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0-inq7Q72U (sounds good, but I'd rather not see him strut his stuff).

The original is by Cat Stevens in the key of G (G D C D)

Youtube is really good for figuring this stuff out.

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