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Crazy Arms Tabs (ver.1)

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Crazy Arms Tabs (ver.1)

Ray Price
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Crazy Arms


Capo 1st Fret
(note: Ray sings it with Capo 3rd fret)


D		    D7	           G            D
Now blue, ain't the wor-d, for the wa-y, that I feel

			       D7	A	A7
And the stroms brewin' in this heart of mine

 D   	        D7	     G	  	      D
This, ain't no crazy dream I kn-ow, that it's real

   D                   A                 D       G  D
You're someone else's love now, your not mine


CHORUS:
 
D       D7		     G	             D
Cra-zy, a-rms, that reach to hol-d, somebody new,

					   A	 A7
For my yernin' heart keeps sayin' your not mine

   D			D7	 G		    D
My troubled mind knows s-oon, to another, you'll be wed

		       A	      D
And th-at's, wh-y, I'm lonley all the time


[instrumental]


D                   D7                 G                D
So please, take the treasured dreams I had, for you and me

		  D7		     A	      A7
And take, all the love I thought was mine

D     	     D7	             G		     D
Some, day my crazy arms will ho-ld, somebody new

	         A              D
But now, I'm so lonely, all the time


[repeat chorus]


Tag:
		   A              G          A D G D
And th-at's, wh-y, I'm lonley all the time






Instrumental/Lead intrlude (just a little ditty I made up!)
								   D
								  
l-----------------------------------------------------------------2-
l-----------------------------------------------------------------3-
l-------------------2-----------------------------------2---------2-
l----0----2----4-4-----4-5-2---0---4---0---------0---2h4---0------0-
l-0h2-----------------------------------------0h2-----------------0-
l-------------------------------------------------------------------



            
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