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John Hartford, Back In The Goodle Days Chords (ver.1)

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Back In The Goodle Days Chords (ver.1)

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                This song is absolutely amazing, for me its about how right now is 'the goodle days' and 
people spend too much time worrying about how the whole world is f**ked to ever enjoy 
while its here.

The intro stuff is basically the banjo in Bm pentatonic.

Verse 1:
D D
One day about twenty-five years from now,
G A
When we've all grown old from a-wondering how,
F#m Bm
Oh we'll all sit down at the city dump,
E A
And talk about the Goodle Days.
F#m Bm
Oh you'll pass the joint and I'll pass the wine,
G A
And anything good from a-down the line.
F#m Bm
A lot of good things went down one time,
G D
Back in the Goodle Days.

Chorus:
F#m Bm
And the Good Old Days are past and gone.
G A
A lot of good people have done gone on.
F#m Bm
That's my life when I sing this song about
G D
Back in the Goodle Days

Verse 2:
D D
Sometimes I get to thinkin' that we're almost done,
G A
And there ain't nothin' left that we can figure out.
F#m Bm
And I guess it must have seemed a lot more like that
E A
Back in the Goodle Days,
F#m Bm
But when ya gotta go, ya gotta go.
G A
There's always somebody don'tcha know,
F#m Bm
A-hangin' round a-sayin' "Well I told you so",
G D
Back in the Goodle Days.

Chorus

Verse 3:
D D
Oh we'll all join hands and we'll gather round,
G A
When that old guitar starts to make that sound.
F#m Bm
A lot of good things went down downtown,
E A
Back in the Goodle Days.
F#m Bm
Squeezin' love with the people that we hadn't even met,
G A
Out for anything that we could get.
F#m Bm
Oh we did it then and we'll do it yet,
G D
Back in the Goodle Days.

Chorus

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