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Atlanta Chords (ver.1)

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Atlanta Chords (ver.1)

Ron Pope
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                it's the same throughout the song.

VERSE
   F                          C
You have watched the storm clouds roll
         F                  C
Past the lighthouse and the shore
  F                     C
Beyond the breakers they do go
     F                    C
Where they'll end up I don't know
       F                    C
And when this weather finally breaks
      F                     C
I wanna feel the sun upon my face
    F                C
Although many things will change
      F                C
That is one which stays the same

CHORUS

   C         G      F
And all the tears I've cried
          C                   G       Em           F
If I can make it there, I'll see you on the other side
 C     G    F
All I never learned
          G
Cause I'm a thousand miles from Atlanta

Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt

VERSE
In this desert where I sleep
You wait for rain like it's make believe
Where I'm from, the earth she bleeds
Dark red clay beneath my feet
And if I'm forced to travel on
And end up further from my home
To live forever here alone
Well I don´t think I'll last this long

CHORUS
And all the tears I've cried
If I can make it there, I'll see you on the other side
And all I never learned
Cause I'm a thousand miles from Atlanta
Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt

VERSE
Seems this road just does not end
And I am dead to all my friends
If I could compromise or bend
Perhaps I might be born again
And as I wait for shooting stars
On a night that's painful dark
I fall asleep in moving cars
When I wake up I won't care where we are

CHORUS
And all the tears I've cried
If I can make it there, I'll see you on the other side
And all I never learned
Cause I'm a thousand miles from Atlanta
Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt 
            
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