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Don't Go Chords (ver.2)

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Don't Go Chords (ver.2)

Matthew Sweet
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                this here's the rhythm guitar part... good if ya don't play leads,
but do a bit 'o' picking & rhythmlike me...
 as usual, he uses a lt of distortion , tremolo & feedback. fun stuff.
 as usual, ant feedback (or distortion or tremolo) is welcomw.
~ laura ~

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"Don't Go"
          by Matthew Sweet

Intro. Acoustic Riff and Tremelo Rhythm

 Bm  F#m   G   Em   F#m

Bm                        F#m            G
Don't Go    Don't let my love drive you away
         Em             F#m
There is so much I have left to say
Bm                           F#m              G
Oh don't go   Don't bring my darkness to the day
         Em             F#m
There is so much I have left to say
    Bm
Oh don't go
         Em        F#m
There is so much I have left to say
Bm                     F#m           G
Come back   You know I wrote another song
            Em           F#m
They keep telling me the past is gone
Bm                          F#m               G
But it looks like   My evil deeds are coming 'round
         Em            F#m
I can't watch them put you in the ground
   Bm
Oh don't go
        Em             F#m
I can't watch them put you in the ground

Bm(continue rhythm through solo)
Don't go

 F#m   G   Em   F#m   Bm  F#m   G  Em   F#m


Bm                       F#m         G
Don't go   Don't make me have to say goodbye
          Em              F#m
'cause I need to look you in the eye
   Bm
Oh don't go
         Em              F#m
Bm
Don't go
        Em               F#m
I still need to look you in the eye

Bm (continue regular rhythm riff till end)
Don't go

F#m  G  Em  F#m  Bm  F#m   G  Em   F#m

   Bm
No don't go

F#m   G  Em   F#m   Bm

Bm
Don't go

F#m   G  Em   F#m   Bm  F#m   G  Em   F#m   Bm

(continue & fade)
            
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