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Long Gone chords

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[Intro]

N.C
I'll be gone, for so long
N.C           G
Don't you come around  

G
Bb     C      G


[Verse]

G
Got me running all around, Where I am running I won't be found 
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no
G
Said you loved me once last time, I ran so fast I blew your mind
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no


[Interlude]

D G D G D G D G 


[Verse]

G
Now its time to go find, What I had on my mind
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no
G
Sadly it was never you, I'd rather have sex with my shoe
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no


[Chorus]

G
I'll Be gone, for so long
Bb        C        G
Don't you come around
G
I'll Be gone, for so long
Bb        C        G
Don't you come around


[Interlude]

D G D G D G D G 


[Verse]

G
Followed me right up a tree, and all the way down to Tennessee
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no
G 
It was time to give it up, so I ran her over with my truck
Bb     C      G
Oh No, no no, no


[Chorus]

G
I'll Be gone, for so long
Bb        C        G
Don't you come around
G
I'll Be gone, for so long
Bb        C        G
Don't you come around

G

            
            
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geoffvader 10 4 days ago

I found if you pick open strings on the g, then just fret the 4 and 5 without the bar for the others it sounds really cool. Really simple too.

Thanks!

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