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Raitt Bonnie, Best Old Friend Tabs (ver.1)

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Best Old Friend Tabs (ver.1)

Raitt Bonnie Tabs
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Tracy Nelson / Andy McMahon / The Glow 1979

As recorded by Bonnie Raitt on the album The Glow 1979

C- F C- F
Fate is mighty cruel
Where true love is concerned
It seems you give out more
Than you ever have returned
Lately I have tried
To make it on my own
Another nite has passed
              |D            G
Looks like I^Òm bound to be alone
Bound to be alone

Now solitude is fine
When you really need it
When your soul is dry
Sometimes loneliness can feed it
When you need a lover
You know there^Òs nothin^Ò else will do
When you need love most
You know it turns it^Òs back on you

   |A-           F    |C                    |
Oh, I can make it thru without your company
G                     |C                     |
I only wish I knew why you won^Òt comfort me
F                  G
I thot that I could count on you
  |A-             C
To hear me cryin^Ò out
 |F               D
I guess that^Òs one comfort
      |2/4 G         Bb  |C-  |F |C- |F |
I will    learn to do without

Fallin love too easily
But never quite so fast
so you are not the first and, lord
You sure won^Òt be the last
The thing about the situation
     C-               F
That makes me feel so sad
C-                  F
I could^Òve been the best old friend
    |D        G    C-  F |C- / |
That you have ever had
I could^Òve been the best old friend
That you have ever had

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