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Oh My Sweet Carolina Chords (ver.1)

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Oh My Sweet Carolina Chords (ver.1)

Adams Ryan
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Capo at 2nd Fret
Intro (x2)
e|--------------------------------|
B|-------1---------1--------------|
G|-------0-0h2-----0--------------|
D|-0-0h2-------0h2-2-2p0----------|
A|-3---------------3--------------|
E|--------------------------------|

Verse 1
    C                         F		       C
I went down to Houston and I stopped in San Antone
    C                            G
I passed up the station for the bus
      F                 C               Am               F
Was trying to find me something but I wasn't sure just what
          C          G               C
Man I ended up with pockets full of dust

Verse 2 (same chords):
So I went on to Cleveland and I ended up insane
Bought a borrowed suit and learned to dance
I was spendin' money like the way it likes to rain
Man I ended up with pockets full of cane

Chorus:
      Am  F      C      Am       F           G
Oh my swe-eet Carolina, what compels me to go
      Am  F         C              Am      G         F
Oh my swe-eet disposition, may you one day carry me home

(repeat intro)
Verse 3:
I ain't never been to Vegas but I gambled up my life
Building newsprint boats I raced to sewer mains
Trying to find me something but I wasn't sure just what
Funny how they say that some things never change

(repeat chorus)

(piano break)
Am F C G x3
C C/B Am G F

Verse 4:
Up here in the city, it feels like things are closin' in
The sunset's just my light bulb burning out
I miss Kentucky and I miss my family
All the sweetest winds they blow across the south

(repeat chorus)
         Am     G        C	F
May you one day carry me ho____me.
	 Am     G        C	F
	 Am     G        C
            
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