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Robert Francis, Alice Chords (ver.1)

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Alice Chords (ver.1)

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                             "Alice" - Robert Francis
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Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)

The intro and verse is G with hammer on and off second fret D string. listen to the 
it's all there. there are some fills here and there too.

      G
i was destined for greatness
it's what my mother once told me
but now that i'm older
                                 D
the future don't see the way she sees

C               G
whiskey and the blues
G       G/f#    Em
tissues i can't use
           G          C
they don't dry it up
                   G
i don't use 'em no more

Am       G
alice oh alice
(Em)          D
where have ya been
        Am           G
there's light at the window
(Em)                  D
and it slowly pinches in
Am       G
alice oh alice
(Em)          D
time and misery
   Am           G
it moves rather slowly
         G    Em    C
it's the only way i see


i was destined for greatness
it's the way it shoulda been
but now that i'm older
i don't know what i wound up in

oh whiskey and the blues
a language i can't use
it don't dry it up
no one listens anymore

alice oh alice
where have ya been
it's light at the window
and it slowly pinches in
alice oh alice
G          Em
misery and time
it moves rather slowly
but at least i know it's mine

alice oh alice
where have ya been
it's light at the window
and it slowly pinches in
alice oh alice
misery and time
it moves so slowly
but i know for sure it's mine
            
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