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Griffith Nanci, Speed Of Snd Of Loneliness Chords (ver.1)

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Speed Of Snd Of Loneliness Chords (ver.1)

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SPEED OF THE SOUND OF LONELINESS
Recorded by Nancy Griffith
Written by John Prine

INSTRUMENTAL (C F G7 C twice, first time slowly)

C                                    F
You come home late and you come home early
G7                                      C
  You come on big when you're feelin' small
                                          F
You come home straight and you come home curly
G7                                 C
  Sometimes you don't come home at all


CHORUS:
                            F
So what in the world's come over you
G7                                   C
  And what in heavens name have you done
                                      F
You broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
G7                                            C
  You're out there runnin' just to be on the run


                                    F
Well I've got a heart that burns with a fever
G7                                      C
  And I've got a worried and a jealous mind
                               F
How can a love that'll last forever
G7                       C
  Now get left so far behind


CHORUS


INSTRUMENTAL (Same as chorus)


C                                F
It's mighty mean and a dreadful sorrow
G7                              C
  It's crossed the evil line today
                         F
How can you ask about tomorrow
G7                               C
  When we ain't got one word to say


CHORUS (Repeated twice)

G7                                            C
  You're out there runnin' just to be on the run (Repeated twice)

INSTRUMENTAL (C F G7 C)
            
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