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Darlin Commit Me chords

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G
darlin im beggin, down on my knees
                      D
darlin im pleadin, insanity
G
you sign the papers, i'll gladly go
G                                   D
darlin commit me, and i cant take it no more

i'd be so happy, and you would be too
you'd have my money, and i'd have my own room
go call the judge girl, lord no need to wait
darlin commit me before its too late
               C
and it'd be so peaceful
            A
it'd be so quiet
         G                 C       D     G
aint no clock to punch no time no day no night
               C
no books about it
              A
no checks to bounce
     D (hold)
just four warn, rubled walls and no way out

G
so i'll lock up my body, set my soul free
                       D          G
darlin commit me and swallow the key

i know you miss me but theres, no need to greave
you get the parts and the baskets i weave
i said that im dead girl, people talk so they know
darlin commit me and no one will know

wont have to worry no more girl
i been looney bin
hey play parcheezy, ill play with my looney friend
wont have to comb my hair girl
i wont have to shave
i wont have to race the guy next door
to see whos the first one in his grave

ive been so frantic, with all the psychotic chew
darlin commit me its the least you can do x2


Ok, I have been searching for the chords to this song for the last year and have been
and this is now officially the FIRST posted chord for this song on the internet. I know
of you have been snooping for it, and here it is. I love this song, and if you have been 
enough to hear it, PLAY IT!

            
            
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martystrauss 10 May 16, 2015 01:38 PM

Thanks for this, great work.

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martystrauss 10 May 16, 2015 01:47 PM

Watching Steve play this,he is playing what I think is a d9 - the actual chord being Ex A5 D4 G5 B5 Ex. I suggest playing the top of the chord first then applying the bottom half.
An ace post and an ace song, thanks.

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cflat 279 May 29, 2017 11:43 AM

Thanks for taking the time. Just a note - I think the A is actually an Em or even an Em7. And then for, 'just four worn... no way out' part he starts on an A chord and ascends with some finger magic ending on a D chord then back into a C chord that he walks down into a G chord.

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