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In Color chords

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Jamey Johnson - In Color
Capo 3rd Fret


[Intro]
G F C G


[Verse 1]

G
I said,"Grandpa what's this picture here?
F
It's all black and white and it ain't real clear
C                                      G
Is that you there? He said yeah, I was 11.
G
Times were tough back in '35
F
That's me and Uncle Joe just tryin' to survive
C
A cotton farm
G
And a great depression


[Chorus]

G
If it looks like we were scared to death
F                                              C
Like a couple of kids just tryin' to save each other
C                        G 
You should've seen it in color


[Verse 2]
G
Awe and this one here's taken overseas
F
In the middle of Hell in 1943
C                                         G
In the winter time, you can almost see my breath
G
That was my tail gunner: Ole Johnny McGee
         F
He was a High School teacher from New Orleans
       C                                     G
And he had my back, right through the day we left


[Chorus]

G
If it looks like we were scared to death
F                                              C
Like a couple of kids just tryin' to save each other
C                        G 
You should've seen it in color
G
A picture's worth a thousand words
F                                                C
But you can't see what those shades of gray keep covered.
C                        G      
You should've seen it in color.


[Solo]
(G)   F   C   G
 G


[Verse 3]

G
This one is my favorite one. 
F
This is me and grandma in the summer sun 
C                                  G 
All dressed up the day we said our vows. 
G
You can't tell it here but it was hot that June 
     F
That rose was red and her eyes were blue 
         C                           G
And just look at that smile I was so proud. 


[Bridge]

Em              D/F#         C
      That's the story of my life 
Em           D/F#              C      D
      Right there in black and white


[Chorus]

G
If it looks like we were scared to death
F                                              C
Like a couple of kids just tryin' to save each other
C                        G 
You should've seen it in color
G
A picture's worth a thousand words
        F     N.C.                               C
But you can't see what those shades of gray keep covered.
C                        G
You should've seen it in color.

[Outro]
(G)   F   C   G
 G    F   C   G
(2nd time quietly)

            
            
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racertj5 30 Jul 30, 2008 12:07 PM

Nice Man. Altho D/F is the same as D?

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homerm06 186 Aug 17, 2008 07:40 AM

@racer, D/F is e-3, B-3, G-2, D-0, A-0, E-1 or e-2, B-3, G-2, D-0, A-0, E-1

@Awsm_Guitarist9, great job!!!! one thing idk if you missed out by mistake, ending chords after "You should've seen it in color" is F C G then song slows down and G F C G is played....

I don't know if it's me or what... never the less great tab!!!

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the_musicman 72 Sep 16, 2008 02:26 PM

is that D/F correct? it's a weird chord. Sure it's not a D/F# or Dm/F?

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