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(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance 2

(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance 2 Chords

Gene Pitney - (The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance 2 chords, tabs, tablatures, lyrics

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(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance 2 Chords – Gene Pitney

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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance chords  (ver. 1)
Gene Pitney /Burt Bacharach - Hal David

Capo IV

C

             C               F 
When Liberty Valance rode to town
	  Em        Am           F    G
The womenfolk would hide, they'd hide
	      C              F
When Liberty Valance walked around
              Em    Am
The men would step aside 
           Em                     Gm
'Cause the point of a gun was the only law
     Em           F    G
That Liberty understood
        C       Em       Am
When it came to shooting straight and fast
       F      C  
He was mighty good

                C               F 
           Em     Am      F   G
A law book in his hand, a man
              C                  F
The kind of a man the West would need
          Em       Am
To tame a troubled land
        Em                     Gm
But the point of a gun was the only law
     Em           F    G
That Liberty understood
         C     Em       Am
When the final showdown came to pass
           F      C  
A law book was no good

Am     Em        Am
Many a man would face his gun
    Em               F    G
And many a man would fall
    C       Em   Am
The man who shot Liberty Valance
C   Em   Am
He  shot Liberty Valance
F                          C
He was the bravest of them all

    C                         F 
The love of a girl can make a man stay on
     Em        Am       F  G
When he should go, stay on
               C                F
Just trying to build a peaceful life
              Em      Am
Where love is free to grow
        Em                     Gm
But the point of a gun was the only law
     Em           F    G
That Liberty understood
         C     Em       Am
When the final showdown came to pass
           F      C  
A law book was no good

           C	                   F                      
Alone and afraid, she prayed that he'd
            Em      Am             F    G
Return that fateful night, oh that night 
                 C                   F
When nothing she said could keep her man
           Em     Am
         Em                    Am
    Em                   F    G
The very first thing she learns
     C       Em        Am
When two men go out to face each other
F          C
Only one returns

Am       Em        Am
Everyone heard two shots ring out
    Em                F   G
The shot made Liberty fall
    C       Em   Am
The man who shot Liberty Valance
C  Em   Am
He shot Liberty Valance
F                          C
He was the bravest of them all

    C       Em   Am
The man who shot Liberty Valance
C  Em   Am
He shot Liberty Valance
F                          C
He was the bravest of them all

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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance chords  (ver. 2)
Gene Pitney /Burt Bacharach - Hal David

E                            A 
When Liberty Valance rode to town
  	      Abm        C#m           A    B7
The womenfolk would hide, they'd hide
	       E              A
When Liberty Valance walked around
              Abm   C#m
The men would step aside
           Abm                    Ebm
'Cause the point of a gun was the only law
     Abm          A   B7
That Liberty understood
        E       Abm      C#m
When it came to shooting straight and fast
A             E  
He was mighty good

     E                          A 
           Abm    C#m     A    B7
A law book in his hand, a man
              E                  A
The kind of a man the West would need
          Abm      C#m
To tame a troubled land
        Abm                    Ebm
But the point of a gun was the only law
     Abm          A   B7
That Liberty understood
         E     Abm      C#m
When the final showdown came to pass
           A      E  
A law book was no good

C#m    Abm       C#m
Many a man would face his gun
    Abm              A    B7
And many a man would fall
    E       Abm  C#m
The man who shot Liberty Valance
E   Abm  C#m
He  shot Liberty Valance
A                          E
He was the bravest of them all

    E                         A 
The love of a girl can make a man stay on
     Abm       C#m      A  B7
When he should go, stay on
               E                A
Just trying to build a peaceful life
              Abm     C#m
Where love is free to grow
        Abm                    Ebm
But the point of a gun was the only law
     Abm          A   B7
That Liberty understood
         E     Abm      C#m
When the final showdown came to pass
           A      E  
A law book was no good

 E	   F                      Bb
Alone and afraid, she prayed that he'd
            Am      Dm             Bb   C
Return that fateful night, oh that night 
                  F                  Bb
When nothing she said could keep her man
           Am     Dm
         Am                    Em
    Am                   Bb    C
The very first thing she learns
     F       Am        Dm
When two men go out to face each other
Bb         Dm
Only one returns

Dm       Am        Dm
Everyone heard two shots ring out
    Am                Bb   C
The shot made Liberty fall
    F       Am   Dm
The man who shot Liberty Valance
F  Am   Dm
He shot Liberty Valance
Bb                         Dm
He was the bravest of them all

    F       Am   Dm
The man who shot Liberty Valance
F  Am   Dm
He shot Liberty Valance
Bb                         Dm
He was the bravest of them all

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