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Capo 5th

G               D       C    G
I don't know if you can hear me
G                    D           C    G
I'm feeling down and can't think clearly
C
Even though it's complicated
Am                D
We've got time to start again
G               D       C    G
I don't know if you can hear me

G                          D        C  G
Some things I'd change but it's too late
G                     D       C      G
I'd take the past and make it straight
C
Even though it's complicated
Am                D
We've got time to start again
G               D       C    G
I don't know if you can hear me

G                 D           C  G
I'm sorry for the things I've said
G                            D        C  G
But some thoughts just won't leave my head
C
Even though it's complicated
Am                D
We've got time to start again
G               D       C    G
I don't know if you can hear me

G   D    C   G
G   D    C   G

C
Even though it's complicated
Am                D
We've got time to start again
G               D       C    G
I don't know if you can hear me

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GibsonCustom13 10 Sep 09, 2017 10:03 AM

Omg. Did any of these reviewers actually listen to the song? There's no capo. It's C G F and C. Then F Dm to G. Dead simple open country chord strumming. You can even hear him in the verse adding the F note on the high E to the C when he holds it, right from the opening chord of the song. Big open strings ringing everywhere. No capo. Just have a listen.

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mcclyr1 10 Oct 08, 2017 08:32 AM

Norman always has a capo for this song when the band play it live.

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