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Train In Vain Chords

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|-------------------|  Intro Riff (repeat as many times as needed)
|---7---7----7---7--|
|--5---5-5--5---5-5-|

D A A D A A 
You say you stand by your man 
D A A D A A 
Tell me something I don't understand 
D Bm 
You said you loved me, and that's a fact 
D A A D A A 
The you left me, said you felt trapped 
D A 
Well, some things you can't explain away 
Bm D 
But the heartache's with me till this day 

D A A 
You didn't stand by me 
D A A 
No, not at all 
D A A 
You didn't stand by me 
D A A 
No way 


All the times when we were close 
I'll remember these things the most 
I see all my dreams come tumblin' down 
I can't be happy without you around 
So alone, I keep the wolves at bay 
And there's only one thing I can say 

[Chorus] 

[Bridge:] 
A F#m Bm D A A D A A 
You must expla-a-a-ain why this must be 
A F#m Bm D A A D A A 
Did you li-i-i-ie when you spoke to me? 
D A A D A A 
Did you stand be me? No, not at all 


Now I got a job, but it don't pay 
I need new clothes, I need somewhere to stay 
But without all of these things I can do 
But without your love, I won't make it through 
But you don't understand my point of view 
I suppose there nothing I can do 

[Chorus] 

[Bridge] 

[Intro riff again]
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kawasaki377 wrote on January 16 2009, 06:24 pm

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|---7---7----7---7--| Intro Riff
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|--5---5-5--5---5-5-|

minor error, you probably meant this but just mistyped.

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frempresarial wrote on August 13 2014, 10:51 pm

The DAA part is better with the first A only with the G and B strings, and then the other A with 3 strings.I saw a video in youtube, Mick Jones playing this song with these 3 chords instead of D and two simple A, I think sounds better, I hope it could help.

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