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I Almost Lost My Mind Chords (ver.1)

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I Almost Lost My Mind Chords (ver.1)

Eddie Cochran
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                I Almost Lost My Mind:Eddie Cochran.
Recorded in 1959. (A hit for Pat Boone in 1958.)

#1.
A                                                A7
Well, when I lost my baby..I almost lost my mind.
      D                                     A
Well, when I lost my baby..I almost lost my mind.
             E                  D                   A     E
Oh, well, my head is in a spin, since she left me behind.

#2.
            A                                              A7
Oh, well, I passed a billion people..can't tell who I meet.
            D                                                 A
Oh, well, I passed a billion people..well, I can't tell who I meet.
         E                       D                 A  E
Cause my eyes are full of tears..where can my baby be?


(INTERLUDE:) A D E

#3.
            A                                                    A7
Oh, well, I went to see the Gypsy..oh, well, I had my fortune read.
            D                                         A
Oh, well, I went to see the Gypsy..and had my fortune read.
            E                       D                      A    E
Oh, well, I hung my head in sorrow..when she said what she said.

#4.
          A                                               A7
Oh, well, I can tell you people..the news was not so good.
          D                                          A
Oh, well, I can tell you people..the news was not so good.
          E                            D                        A   E A
Well, she said you're baby's quit you..this time she's gone for good.


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
            
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