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She's Gone Chords (ver.1)

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She's Gone Chords (ver.1)

Robert Cray
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She's gone        Robert Cray from the album False accusations

C                                F    G - C
Standing in the doorway, she was crying
C                                     F  G - C
Big as live, She was weaving me good-bye
C                          F  G - C
Fool that I am, I saw it coming
C                                      F  G - C
And did not have to guess, the reason why
C                                 F  G - C
She said again and again, I'll be going
C                                F  G - C
And one day you'll gone be here alone
C                                       F
And right now, I'm starting to believe her
Dm  Em                F      Ab
She just aint leavin' she's gone
Am                                    C
This aint the first time that I, been through this
Am                C
I know the price, I'm gonna pay
Am                       C                        Dm
you see I got one ex-wife already and it looks like,
  Em           F     Ab
I got another on the way

guitar
                 C           F     G - C
She could always tell, I was lying
C                        F                G - C
And god knows, that I be lying all the time
C                                            F
And sitting here right now you know that I'm dying
          Dm               Em      F      Ab
 'cause I could not keep myself in line
            Am                        C
And it's to late I'm gonna need her
Am                                  C
and the nights are getting cold and long
Am                                      C
and I never will forget that front door slamming
           Dm                  Em           F   G   C
You know because She just aint leavin she's gone

I'm not shure about the Ab, so if anybody got hints youre welcome

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