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Doobie Brothers, Long Train Running Chords (ver.1)

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Long Train Running Chords (ver.1)

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                Here's the chords for the much requested Long Train Running.  You're on your 
own for the rhythm.  Also, I have no clue as to what the lyrics are.  Have fun


Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running


Intro:
    + - G11 (no 3rd)
    |              
    |         
    v       Gm7
| -10-------10-10--|--10--10---10---- |
| -10-h-11--11-11--|--11--11---10---- |
|:-10-------10-10--|--10--10---10----:|
| -10-h-12--12-12--|--12--12---10---- |
| -10-------10-10--|--10--10---10---- |
| -x--------x--x---|--x---x----x----- |
                                                                              
 

  Lots of strumming here, I'm just showing the fingerings  
  Cm7                Cm7     Cm6/7 (or Cm7 add 13)
|-8----------------|-8-------8--------|
|-8----------------|-11------10-------|
|-8----------------|-8-------8--------| then repeat intro 2x
|-8----------------|-8-------8--------|
|-10---------------|-10------10-------|
|-8----------------|-8-------8--------|

 
   Again, lots of strumming
   D#7                Gm7     D7
|--11--------------|--10------10------|
|--11--------------|--11------10------|
|--12--------------|--10------11------| then back to intro.
|--11--------------|--12------10------|
|--13--------------|--10------12------|
|--11--------------|--10------10------|


There is one other part that uses the intro chords with a different
rhythm, something like this:

|  1  .  .  .  2  .  .  .  3  .  .  .   4  .  .  . |
|: Gm7         Gm7         Gm7      Gm7 Gm7   G11 :|
|  q           q           q        s   e     e    |

q - quarter note
s - sixteenth
e - eighth
            
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