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Old 97s, Valentine Chords (ver.1)

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Valentine Chords (ver.1)

Old 97s Tabs
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                On the recorded versions and live, the guitar is tuned down 1 whole step to DGCFAD.

Main chords: C Am F C (with a bass walk down on the lowest string)

C           Am          F            C
Heartbreak, old friend, goodbye it's me again.
C        Am       F               C
Of late, I've had some thought of movin' in.
C          Am          F                 G
Of all the many ways a man will lose his home,
            C          Am              F                 C
Well, there ain't none better than the girl who's movin' on.

(chords same as first verse)
True love, I knew some thought of leavin' you.
Bad thoughts I had, when valentines were due.
Of all the many ways a man will break his heart,
Well there ain't none meaner than he pulls his own apart

CHORUS:
     G                         F           C
Valentine, the destroyer, Valentine, you belong
       F                C           G
In the stars, where you are, always rollin' on.
Am          E            F              G
Cried, I've cried till I couldn't carry on.
       C              Am                F            C
It's a lonely, lonely feelin' when your Valentine is wrong.
       C              Am                F            C
It's a lonely, lonely feelin' when your Valentine is wrong.

(Repeat verse 1)
(Repeat chorus)

C          Am               F                 G
Of all the many things that you were countin' on,
            C          Am              F                 C
Well, there ain't none better than the girl who's movin' on.
          C          Am              F                 C
No, there ain't none better than the girl who's movin' on.
            
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