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Dirty And Left Out Chords

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[Intro] (x2)
C2   Bm7   Em7   

[Verse 1]
C2   Bm7    Em7
  Hello , I swear wont be to long
C2   Bm7    Em7
  Hello, I promise I’ll be real strong
C2    Bm7   Em7
  Wait up I just wanna tell you
C2    Bm7   D4
  Hold up, why are you still here?

[Chorus]
G             Em7            D4             C2
 I've been dirtier than you wanna know
G           Em7            D4            C2
 I've left earlier than you'll ever know

[Verse 2]
C2    Bm7      Em7
  Why do you wanna be all listening to me?
C2    Bm7      Em7
  Why do you spread your arms and tell me I'm free?
C2    Bm7      Em7
  Why do you wanna be in my life?
C2    Bm7   D4
        in my life

[Chorus]
G             Em7            D4             C2
 I've been dirtier than you wanna know
G           Em7            D4            C2
 I've left earlier than you'll ever know

[Bridge]
C2   Bm7   Em7
Jesus,        Jesus,
            C2                 Bm7       Em7
There’s something about your name
C2   Bm7   Em7
Master,    Savior,
C2   Bm7   D4
Je -   e   -  sus

[Chorus]
G             Em7            D4             C2
 I've been dirtier than you wanna know
G           Em7            D4            C2
 I've left earlier than you'll ever know

[Outro]
C2  Bm7   Em7
Jesus,      Jesus
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OKrocker 10 Jul 22, 2007 12:16 PM

great tab this is an amazing song

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A7Xaddict 10 Jul 28, 2007 10:05 PM

nicely done.
i think thats perfect.
5 stars

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Tromboner140 10 Sep 01, 2007 04:28 PM

Hey, good job. Perfect. I just wanted to let you know that C2 is not the proper name for any chord. For some reason 400 years ago "they" decided that chords with a note one major second above the root would be called a ninth and not a second. So its actually C9 :)
Thanks again for the tab

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