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Checking Out Chords (ver.1)

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Checking Out Chords (ver.1)

Langhorne Slim
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                Copy/pasted from The Avett Brothers forum.  Credit to JHutch.

Standard tuning, I gather.

Langhorne Slim - Checking Out
Capo 5

(C)Sometimes I don't recognize,
sometimes i don't recognize
(F)the house I live in,
or the (G)street that my house is on

(C)Sometimes I don't recognize,
sometimes i don't recognize
(F)the patterns on my shirt
(G)the way my shoes are tied

(F)we know the (G)way things go (C)down,
we know a (Am)lot of people,
(F)for people (G)in A small (C)town
we know a (Am)lot of people
(F)we know the (G)way things go (C)down

(C)Sometimes I don't recognize,
that leads me to be surprised,
(F)on my way home I'm walkin'
(G)home for the first time

(C)Sometimes I don't sympathize
with all the sick and the tired,
(F)whats in it being a bum,
(G)whats in it being admired,

(F)Some street go (G)up, some go (C)down
and it's just (Am)too much trouble,
(F)we know the (G)smells and the (C)sound,
we know a (Am)lot of people,
(F)we know the (G)way things go (C)down

well I can (F)fight like the devil
(G)or do what I'm told,
but one of (C)these days momma
I've (Am)got to hit the road,
(F)on my way (G)home

Sometimes I don't recognize,
sometimes i don't recognize
the house I live in,
or the street that my house is on

Sometimes I don't recognize,
that leads me to be surprised,
on my way home I'm walkin' home
for the first time

Some street go up, some go down
and it's just too much trouble,
we know the way things go down,
for people in a small town
we pass a lot of people,
we know the way things go down

well I can fight like the devil
or do what I'm told,
but one of these days momma
I've got to hit the road,
on my way home

I'm comin home
I'm walkin home, coming home,
thats where I'm goin....
            
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