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From RICKL1@IX.NETCOM.COM Sun Apr 27 11:39:32 1997
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 1997 13:51:18 GMT
From: RICKL1@IX.NETCOM.COM
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: One Years From Now     The Byrds        Chords/Words

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The Byrds        One Hundred Years        written by  Gram Parsons

G  F    C      G    F    C    D

G                               C                     D
One hundred years from this day will the people still feel this way
                                               G
Still say the things that they're saying right now
                           C
Everyone said I'd hurt you they said that I'd desert   you
D                         C                   G
If I go away you know I'm gonna get back some how
D                 C                     G
Nobody knows what kind of trouble we're in
D                           C                D
Nobody seems to think it'll all might happen again

G  F   C        G    F  C   D

G                                C            D
One hundred years from this time will anybody change their minds
                                     G
And find out one or two things about life

But people are always talking
C
You know they're always talking
D                           C                        G
Everybody's so wrong that I know it's gonna work out fine
D                 C                     G
Nobody knows what kind of trouble we're in
D                           C                D
Nobody seems to think it'll all might happen again

   From the "Sweethearts Of The Rodeo" LP Columbia Records 1968

            
            
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bgooley 10 Jun 10, 2016 08:32 AM

Such a brilliant simple song by the great Gram Parsons.

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