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Marshall Tucker Band, You Don't Live Forever Chords (ver.1)

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You Don't Live Forever Chords (ver.1)

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                The Marshall Tucker Band
1976
Written by Tommy Caldwell

Chords:

       D     Dm7     C      G
E------2------1-------------3----------------|
B------3------1------1------0----------------|
G------2------2------0------0----------------|
D------0------0------2------0----------------|
A--------------------3------2----------------|
E---------------------------3----------------|


Intro/Ending:

                   D                     Dm7
E---0----2---------2-------0----2---------1--|
B------------3-----3-----------------3----1--|
G--------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------|


         D                C G         D
I had a lover prettiest thing I ever seen


Just like all good things

             C G           D
There was a day she went away

 
Had the best mother that a man could have

        C    G       D
And my family understands

                                    C  G
When I see Daddy my Daddy say to myself

                  D
He's a hell of a man

        D 
So I'm sittin' here thinkin' about

                C G  D
How we used to be together


And it's a lonesome road

                          C   G        D
Even I tell you that you don't live forever

        C   G        D
No you don't live forever

C G           C G
Listen to me baby

C G                 D
What I'm tryin' to say

C G            C    G
I can't understand it 

C G                     D Dm7 D Dm7 D (Dm7)
When you treat me this way
            
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