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Why Georgia chords

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[Intro]
Gsus2  D Dsus D (4x)


[Verse]
Gsus2 D  Dsus D Gsus2   D   Dsus D
 I am driving up eighty five in the 
Gsus2    D  Dsus  D   Gsus2      D Dsus D   C6/9
 Kind of morning that  lasts all afternoon 
C6/9                             Gsus2  D Dsus D, Gsus2  D Dsus D
 I’m just stuck inside the gloom 

Gsus2 etc…
 Four more exits to my apartment but 
Gsus2 etc…                                C6/9         
 I am tempted to keep the car in drive 
C6/9                      Gsus2 etc… 
    And leave it all behind 

        Em7    D/F#          G           Cadd9
‘Cause I... wonder sometimes about the outcome
        Em7    D/F#        G  A7sus
Of a still verdictless life 


[Chorus]
     D          A      G 
Am I living it right?
     D          A      Em7 
Am I living it right?
     D          A      G 
Am I living it right?
Fsus2         Cadd9      
Why,     why Georgia, why? 

Gsus2  D Dsus D (4x)


[Verse]
Gsus2 etc…
Rent a room and I fill the spaces with 
Gsus2 etc…                                C6/9         
Wood in places to make it feel like home 
C6/9                     Gsus2  D Dsus D,
   But all I feel’s alone 

Gsus2           D      Dsus  D         C6/9         
It might be a quarter life crisis 
C6/9                             Gsus2 etc…
   Or just the stirring in my soul 
                                          
                
            Em7    D/F#          G           Cadd9
Either way  I... wonder sometimes about the outcome
        Em7    D/F#        G  A7sus
Of a still verdictless life 


[Chorus]
     D          A      G 
Am I living it right?
     D          A      Em7 
Am I living it right?
     D          A      G 
Am I living it right?
  Fsus2         Cadd9     G   Gmaj7 
Why,     why Georgia, why? 


[Bridge]
Fsus2      Bbsus2      Csus2       Bbsus2
    So what     so I’ve      got a smile on?
Fsus2      Bbsus2      Csus2    Bbsus2
    It’s hiding the quiet superstitions in my head 
G        Cadd9    Dadd4   Cadd9
Don’t believe me
G        Cadd9    Dadd4   Cadd9
Don’t believe me
       Em7      Dsus2  Gm/C  Fsus2
When I say      I’ve    got     it down 

Gsus2  D Dsus D (4x)


[Verse]
Gsus2 etc…
 Everybody is just a stranger, but
Gsus2 etc…                              C6/9         
 that’s the danger in going my own way 
C6/9                                    Gsus2 etc…
    I guess it’s the price I have to pay
      Em7          D/F#          G  
Still “everything happens for a reason” is no 
  A7sus
reason    not to    ask myself if I am 


[Chorus]
     D          A      G 
     Living it right
     D          A      Em7 
Am I living it right?
     D          A      G 
Am I living it right?
  Fsus2  
Why,     tell me why… 
  Fsus2         Cadd9    G
Why,     why Georgia, why?

            
            
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maestro79 61 Jul 10, 2009 05:25 AM

My goal here was just to get the correct chord structure. John doesn't just strum these chords, he has picked-out riffs he plays, which weren't my goal to decipher. Someone better than me at tab can do that legwork.

If you've been playing six years and still can't remember where your fingers go for D, Dsus, Gsus2, Cadd9, em7, and A, then you need to get that chip off your shoulder and practice a little more. I'll grant you there are a couple weird ones you'll have to look up the first time, but don't whine about it like a 7th grade girl.

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fatalhitx 10 Jul 17, 2009 12:42 AM

Not bad for chords. Agreed, this song is not meant to be played in chords, but its pretty good. And bjoelfan13, I have been playing about 3 years or so, and I know where all those are. Maybe you need to practice a bit more. Overall, this was not bad on the chorus and verses, but toward the end it got a little odd. It needs some mroe work, but overall, good job.

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