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Driving Song Chords (ver.1)

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Driving Song Chords (ver.1)

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                (intro)  G  Bm  A


G                     Bm       A
Caught lust tie a noose around my neck
G                          Bm                  A
It's the unexplained that gets you when you obsess
                G                    Bm                   A
I believed saying the truth would change the way that I felt
                     G                  D         Bm   Bm
Lying to God ain't easy  when you're already in debt


 C#           F#       A
So long  so long my friend
C#           F#       A
We'll never meet again
C#           F#       A
I tried so hard to stay
C#           F#       A
It's too late  is to late for me

G  Bm  A


    G                      Bm           A
If all the love in this world isn't enough
       G       Bm               A
Where do you go? Who do you trust?
           G                   Bm          A
I find myself wrapped in the arms of emptiness
             G                     D               Bm   Bm
I can't stop running away  can't find a place to exist

 C#           F#       A
So long  so long my friend
C#           F#       A
We'll never meet again
C#           F#       A
I tried so hard to stay
C#           F#       A
It's too late  is to late for me

 G  Bm  A (Oooooh)

This song is supposed to be played with barre chords, here are the postitions if you 
want to play it that way. :)

The G, Bm and A of the verse are played:
G on 3rd fret, Bm on 7th frent and A on 5th fret. (All with the root on the E string)

For the chorus C# is played on the 10th fret, the F# on the 10th (Root A string) and the 
a the same as the verse.

I was just telling you the exact frets cause it sounds really wrong if it's played on 
the wrong ones, enjoy xxx
            
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