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Harris Emmylou, Long May You Run Chords (ver.1)

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Long May You Run Chords (ver.1)

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                Emmylou Harris      Long May You Run  written by Neil Young

Frank Reckard    lead guitar
Barry Tashian    rhythm guitar
Mike Bowden      bass
Steve Fischell   steel guitar
Don Johnson      keyboards
John Ware        drums

Bb         F            Eb      Bb  
We've been through some things together
Gm             Eb       F
With trunks of memories still to come
Bb       F               Eb     Bb
We found things to do in stormy weather
Gm   F       Bb
Long may you run
Bb           F
Long may you run
Eb       Bb
Long may you run
Gm             Eb           F          
Although these changes have come
Bb                     F       Eb     Bb
With your chrome heart shining in the sun
Gm   F       Bb
Long may you run
Bb                        F        Eb Bb
Well it was back in Blind River in 1962
Gm              Eb  F
When I last saw you alive
Bb      F         Eb          Bb
Rollin' down that empty ocean road
Gm             F       Bb      
Gettin' to the surf on time
Bb           F
Long may you run
Eb       Bb
Long may you run
Gm             Eb           F          
Although these changes have come
Bb                     F       Eb     Bb
With your chrome heart shining in the sun
Gm   F       Bb
Long may you run

SOLO

Ab           Eb
Long may you run.
Db       Ab
Long may you run.
Fm             Db           Eb
Although these changes have come
Ab                     Eb      Db     Ab     
With your chrome heart shining in the sun
Fm   Eb      Ab
Long may you run

  From Emmylou Harris "Last Date"
  Warner Brothers Records  1982
  Silver Fiddle Music(ASCAP)
            
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