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A Man With No God chords

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The Growlers - A Man With No God

[Intro]
  F#m
A man with no god started to pray
      A                    F#m
For a chance and a shot to win back his name
F#m
Used to have a whole lot and he threw it away
A                         F#m
And all that he loved was washed down the drain

[Chorus]
F#m                    C#m      F#m
Old man, oh no, he had no place else to go
F#m                        C#m        F#m
Old man, oh lord, only the lord could save his soul

[Verse 2]
F#m
He was the one it wouldn’t happen to
A                  F#m
 He reminded me of me and you
F#m
He had it all but what is it all
  A                            F#m
I guess you only know when its finally gone

[Chorus]
F#m                    C#m      F#m
Old man, oh no, he had no place else to go
F#m                        C#m      F#m
Old man, oh lord, only the lord can save his soul

[Bridge]
Bm                                            F#m
Down to his knees and willing to give faith a try
Bm                                       F#m            C#m
Willing to plead to the man who gave and spared his life

[Verse 3]
  F#m
A man with no god started to pray
      A                    F#m
For a chance and a shot to win back his name
F#m
When he had nothing he started to see
A                                F#m
The thing he missed most was his dignity

[Chorus]
F#m                    C#m      F#m
Old man, oh no, he had no place else to go
F#m                        C#m        F#m
Old man, oh lord, only the lord could save his soul

[Bridge]
Bm                                            F#m
Down to his knees and willing to give faith a try
Bm                                       F#m            C#m
Willing to plead to the man who gave and spared his life

[Outro]
F#m
A    F#m
F#m
A    F#m
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