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A Little Bluer Chords (ver.1)

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A Little Bluer Chords (ver.1)

Alan Jackson
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                key: F
Capo in 3rd Fret 
 
 
  D 
Well Tonight if you turn your radio on You might hear a sad sad song  
 
 G                                       D           
About someone who lost everything they had  
 
          A                                       D 
It may sound like me But I'm a little bluer than that. 
 
 
 
Verse 2 
 
 
D 
When you look out in the morning you might see Clouds rollin' by like memories 
 
       G                              D 
And a big ole sky above you lookin' back 
 
          A                                           D 
back You may think of me But I'm a little bluer than that. 
 
 
 


CHORUS -----------------------------------------
 
           G              A               D    F#         Bm 
Where did we go wrong I wish I knew It haunts me all the time 
 
 E                                      G           A 
Now wherever I go Whatever I do You're always on my mind. 
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Verse 3  
 
 
     D 
I can picture you in his arms tonight As for me I don't feel right 
 
    G                           D                 
To let us fade like some old photograph  
 
       A                                         D 
It may work for you But I'm a little bluer than that. 
 
 
 
INSTRUMENTAL: D  D  G  D  A 
 
 
 
Repeat Chorus 
 
 
 
Step Up to E 
 
 
Verse 4 
 
 
 E 
So tonight if you turn your radio on You might here a sad sad song  
 
  A                                      E            
about someone who lost everything they had  
 
           B                                      E 
It may sound like me but I'm a little bluer than that 
 
          B                                      A 
You may think of me but I'm a little bluer than that
            
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