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Heartache And Stone chords

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Heartache and Stone - Monroe Crossing (http://www.monroecrossing.com/)

Capo 2nd fret

G
Here comes the sun - In the pouring rain,
           
My baby's long gone - all she left was pain,
                  D
And each 'n every day - feels more alone,
G                         Em        C             D                          G
The road to happiness is paved with heartache and stone, heartache and stone.

In days gone by, cares fallin due
Spirits running high, skys clear and blue,
Wish I could turn, life's cares to gold
The road to happiness is paved with heartache and stone, heartache and stone.

My time is o'er and I fall in bed, 
Hope I don't regret how time was spent,
I could never find that poit of gold,
The road to happiness is paved with heartache and stone, heartache and stone.

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Not sure if this is 100% correct, (corrections welcome), it's how I play it 
though! Monroe Crossing kick ass! - Joe, Olympia WA
gruntfish@live.com

            
            
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