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Fleetwood Mac, The Ledge Chords (ver.2)

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The Ledge Chords (ver.2)

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1
                THE LEDGE

written by Lindsey Buckingham

performed by Fleetwood Mac



 

chords:

B5: x244xx
E5: x799xx
G#m: 466444
C#: x57775
B: x24442
F#: 244322
E: 022100

 

B5
Countin' on my fingers

E5
Countin' on my toes

B5
Slippin' thru your fingers

E5
Watchin' how it grows

G#m C#
You can love me baby but you can't walk out

B F#
Someone oughta tell you what it's really all about

B
Do you ever wonder

E
Do you ever hate

B
Six feet under

E
Someone who can wait

G#m C#
You can love me baby but you can't walk out

B
Someone ough to Someone ough to

F# G#
tell you what it's really all about

F#
You're never gonna make it baby

E
Oohh you're never gonna

F#
Make it babe

Make it babe

Make it baby

 

Countin' on my fingers

Countin' on my toes

Slippin' thru your finger

Watchin' how it grows

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

Someone oughta tell you what it's really all about

Buy another fixture

Tell another lie

Paint another picture

See who's surprised

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

Someone oughta

Someone oughta tell you what it's reallly all about

You're never gonna make it baby

Oohh you're never gonna make it baby

Oohh you're never gonna

Make it babe

Make it babe

Make it baby

 

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

 

Someone oughta someone oughta

Someone oughta someone oughta

Someone oughta someone oughta

Someone oughta someone oughta

 

You can love me baby but you can't walk out

 

Someone oughta tell you

Oughta tell you what it's really all about
            
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