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Gone Gone Gone Done Moved On ukulele

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Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On)
Written by Phil and Don Everly
As Performed by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
Raising Sand-2007

The song is rather simple, though the chords can be a little tricky.  Most of the chords 
be played with or without the 7th, just depends on your interpetation or feel.  The 
of the song revolves around guitar licks on an F#, so there's not much to say about the chords.

Intro- F#

F#
Some sunny day babe, when everything seems okay babe, you'll wake up and find that 
alone, cause I'll be gone
             C#
Gone, gone, gone...
        B
Really gone...
                  F#
Cause you done me wrong

F# (same as before)
Everyone that you meet babe, as walk down the street babe, will ask you why you're 
all alone, why you're on your own
              C#
Just say I'm gone...
             B
Gone, gone, gone...
F#
Gone, gone, cause you done me wrong.

B     A    B      A    F#
Ahhh-Ahhhh-Ahhhh-Ahhhhhhh

Guitar hook in the outro under the F#
C# F# E-D#-C#

            
            
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