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Earle Steve, My Old Friend The Blues Chords (ver.1)

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My Old Friend The Blues Chords (ver.1)

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                Steve Earle     My Old Friend The Blues written by Steve Earle

Steve Earle      vocals/acoustic guitar
Richard Bennett  guitar
Harry Stinson    drums/background vocals
Emory Gordy      bass
John Jarvis      keyboards
Bucky Baxter     steel guitar
Ken Moore        synthesizer
Steve Nathan     synthesizer


G
Just when every ray of hope was gone
                          C               G
I should have known  that you would come along 
                   D            D7
I can't believe  I ever doubted you
C      D7         G
My old friend the blues
G
Another lonely night in this town
                       C                  G
The Sleep dont take me first you'll come around
             D               D7
I know I can always count on you
C      D7         G 
My old friend the blues
G7                 C
Lovers leave and  friends will  let you down
                  G
But your the only sure thing that I found
                 D             D7
No matter what I do I'll never lose
C      D7         G
My old friend the blues  

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G7                 C
Lovers leave and  friends will  let you down
                  G
And your the only sure thing that I found
                 D             D7
No matter what I do I'll never lose
C      D7         G
My old friend the blues  
G                   D     D7
Just let me hide my weary heart in you
C      D7          G 
My old friend the blues

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MCA Records 1986

Hip Records 1996
            
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