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Same Ol Story chords

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This is Flatfoot 56's song from Jungle of the Midwest Sea.
A great song and super easy to play.
Some good lyrics if you like gospel.
Enjoy, should be close to perfect; even added the mandolin part for an interlude.
Chords are basic G, Cadd9, and Dsus4 which can be played as regular D.

Introduction (Played quietly on the track)
                       G           Dsus4
Now it's the same old story, I was young,
      Cadd9             G    Dsus4
I was naive, and I was dumb. 
               G               Dsus4
My pops said stand, But then I ran
          Cadd9            G    Dsus4
Into the trap of, Satan's plan.

         G                    Dsus4
And the dog that spread those lies
    Cadd9             G    Dsus4
And with those lies I ran.
               G                 Dsus4
Just like the water reflects the face,
       Cadd9              G    Dsus4
So the heart reflects the man.

(Full volume)
         G                   Dsus4
I was a wreck, doped up and drugged.
            Cadd9                 G    Dsus4
Against my chains I, I would have tugged.
             G                      Dsus4
And then he saved me, called me his one.
           Cadd9              G    Dsus4
And to the father, I became a son.

        G                     Dsus4
And the dog that spread those lies,
     Cadd9            G    Dsus4
And with those lies I ran.
               G                 Dsus4
Just like the water reflects the face,
       Cadd9              G    Dsus4
So the heart reflects the man.


Interlude (Mandolin; Chords keep playing in the backround)

|-8-7---------------------------5-7-5-3----|
|-----8-----------8-----8---8-----------3--|
|-------7---5-7-5-----7---7----------------| x2
|------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------|

(Single strums)
             G          Dsus4       Cadd9                 G    Dsus4
And On that hill upon a tree hung a man who, who died for me.
            G                 Dsus4          Cadd9               G    Dsus4
And As he hung there about to die, I saw the water pour from his side.

(Regular)
             G                 Dsus4
He said "My son, your sins are vast,
             Cadd9                   G    Dsus4
But they are gone now, thrown to the past.
              G                         Dsus4
Walk with me now boy, through fields of green,
                Cadd9                G    Dsus4
In this pool of water your face I've seen."

(Faintly; Accapela part, with chords quietly in the back)

                        G           Dsus4        Cadd9            G    Dsus4
Now it's the same great story I was young, I was naive, and I was dumb.
             G                      Dsus4
But then He saved me, called me His one,
           Cadd9             G    Dsus4
And to the Father I became a son.
        G                     Dsus4
And the dog that spread those lies,
    Cadd9             G    Dsus4
And with those lies I ran.
               G                 Dsus4
Just like the water reflects the face,
       Cadd9               G    Dsus4
So the heart reflects the man.

(Single strums)
               G                 Dsus4
Just like the water reflects the face,
        Cadd9             G    
So the heart reflects the man.

            
            
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