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Every Day Is A Winding Road Chords (ver.1)

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Every Day Is A Winding Road Chords (ver.1)

Sheryl Crow
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                Every Day is A Winding Road

D   C   G    F    4 times 

D                       G
I hitched a ride with a vending machine repair man
D                              G
   He says he's been down this road more than twice
D                  G
    He was high on intellectualism
D                             G
I've never been there but the brochure looks nice
Am       D
Jump in, let's go
Am          D
Lay back, enjoy the show
Am                   D
Everybody gets high, everybody gets low,
Am                      C
These are the days when anything goes

[Chorus]
     D7               G
Everyday is a winding road 
D7                       G
      I get a little bit closer
     D7             G
Everyday is a faded sign 
D7                     G
    I get a little bit closer (to feeling fine)  


Intro 2
D                            G
He's got a daughter he calls Easter
        D         G
She was born on a Tuesday night
         D               G
I'm just wondering why I feel so all alone
          D              G
Why I'm a stranger in my own life
Am       D
Jump in, let's go
Am          D
Lay back, enjoy the show
Am                   D
Everybody gets high, everybody gets low
Am                      C
These are the days when anything goes

[Chorus 2 times, pause on D7 4 measures, followed by slide guitar solo]
          D             G
I've been swimming in a sea of anarchy
D                   G
I've been living on coffee and nicotine
D                      G
I've been wondering if all the thing I've seen
          D          G
Were ever real, were ever really happening

[Chorus 2 times with 2 part harmony, 2 more times 3 part]
            
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