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Joseph Arthur, Slide Away Chords (ver.1)

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Slide Away Chords (ver.1)

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STANDARD TUNING E,A,D,G,B,E

IN LIVE VERSION, JOSEPH ARTHUR SET A CAPO AT 2ND FRET

INTRO C,G,F

          C            G
No matter what you want
       F
Do or say
           C         G
I hope you make it to
        F
Better days
            C           G
If you're a junkie heart
     F
Be reborn
          C           G
And every dime in bag
           F
Leave your home
              C          G
If they don't get to you
       F
Get to me
            C          G
We're gonna walk a path
     F
Ever free
             C        G
And stare into the sun
           F
Till we're blind
           C            G
Destroying every thought
       F
In our mind

D            C     G,F
What you say counts
D            C
What you say counts
G    F                C
Till you fall out away
G      F                    C
As the night you crashed it all
G    F                 D
Till every piece grows strong

No matter where you live
Where you've been
You found an open road
And a friend
If you're a peaceful soul
Peace will come
So don't you hide away
What you've done

What you say counts
What you say counts
Till you fall out the way
As the night you crashed it all
Till every piece grows strong

F

Slide away
Now won't you
Slide away
Now won't you
C
Slide away
                   G
I want you all the way
       F
I want you


Slide away
Now won't you
Slide away
Now won't you
Slide away
I want you all the way
I want you

Slide away
Now won't you
Slide away
Now won't you
Slide away
I want you all the way
I want you

Slide away


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