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Song For Sid Chords (ver.1)

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Song For Sid Chords (ver.1)

Langhorne Slim
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                Capo on 2th

Intro: C F
Pull off and hammer on the middle finger on the C chord and use your pinkie finger 
on the third fret of the high e string on the F chord (this is used in the whole song)

C                                      F
As the earth stood still, Sid began to move
  C                                           F
I understood the words he said, he understood mine too
  C           Am    C           F
I watched sid suffer, i saw sid strong
            C                       F               C
Now tell me where do the great ones go when they’re gone

F   C x2


   C                                        F
He told me it would be alright, go and have fun
   C                                           F
He said he loved his family, but it was time to run
C                Am   C                F
I loved that old man, i wrote him this song
            C                       F               C
Now tell me where do the great ones go when they’re gone

F   C x2

C                         F
I’m so glad, I got to say goodbye
             C                                     F
And when you run into Jack Sidney, tell him I said hi
C                Am   C                  F
I loved that old man, pray he’s where he belongs
        C                       F               C
Hanging where do the great ones go when they’re gone

F   C x2

C                Am  C                 F
I loved that old man, I wrote him this song

        C                       F
Tell me where do the great ones go when they’re...
C                       F
where do the great ones go when they’re...
C                       F               C
where do the great ones go when they’re gone
C                       F                   C
gone... gone... gone... gone gone gone gone gone etc...

F   C

End on C

//J
            
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