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Rolling Stones, Come On Chords (ver.1)

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Come On Chords (ver.1)

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  Intro: E C#m

   E                      C#m
Everything is wrong since me and my baby parted
 E                              C#m
All day long I'm walkin' 'cause I couldn't get my car started
 E                        C#m      
Laid off from job and I can't afford to check it
 B
I wish somebody'd come along and run in to it and wreck it


E		       C#m       E
Come on, Since my baby parted, Come on

E	    C#m	     E
I can't get started, Come on

E		  C#m
I can't afford to check it

 B				 
I wish somebody'd come along and run into it and wreck it


E			  C#m
Everything is wrong since I been without you
E                          C#m
Every night I lay awake thinkin' about you
E                           C#m
Everytime the phone rings sounds like thunder
 B
Some stupid guy tryin' to reach another number

 E                      C#m          E      
Come on, since I been without you, Come on
 E                   C#m     E
Steady thinkin' 'bout you, Come on
 C#m                    
Phone sounds like thunder
 B
Some stupid Guy tryin' to reach another number


SOLO
  
  E   C#m    F#   D#m


 F#                         D#m
Everything is wrong since I last saw you baby
 F#                          D#m
I really want to see you and I don't mean maybe
 F#                          D#m
I'm doin' everything tryin' to make you see
C#
That I belong to you honey and you belong to me

 F#	    D#m			  F#
So come on, I wanna see you baby, Come on

F#	     D#m	  F#
I don't mean maybe, Come on

 D#m                            C#		       			    
I'm tryin' to make you see that I belong to you and you belong to me
            
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