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Dark Blue Tennesse Chords (ver.1)

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Dark Blue Tennesse Chords (ver.1)

Taylor Swift
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                Hi. So I noticed there was only one tab done for this song and you had to have guitar 
pro installed. Also, it was half a step tuned down so here is my version. It doesn't 
require any different tuning, its just standard. The chords go as follows:

eadgbe
320033 G
022033 E7
032033 Cadd9
000223 D
000203 Dsus2
000243 Dsus4
032010 C
022000 Em


V1
G                    E7
He said I got me a nice new apartment
Cadd9                 Dsus4          D
In the city, wouldn’t you have hated that?
G                     E7
I’m getting by with a broken heart you left me with.
Cadd9                         Dsus4    D
He hangs up the phone and she whispers back,

CHORUS
Em          C            G          D
Missing you like this is such sweet sorrow
Em          C          G   D
Won’t you come back to me?
Em      C               G      D
I’ll be here, today and here tomorrow
Em         C  G
In dark bl-ue Tennessee

(Carry on same chords throughout)

V2
He was lying when he said he moved to L.A.
He’s just hiding out on the other side of town
With his head in his hands and she’s just 7 miles away
He’s staring out the window and puts her picture down saying,

CHORUS
Missing you like this is such sweet sorrow
Won’t you come back to me?
I’ll be here, today and here tomorrow
In dark blue Tennessee

BRIDGE
Cadd9                        G             D
She almost called him on the night that he wrote
Cadd9        G            D       Dsus4
These simple words on his goodbye note

CHORUS
Missing you like this is such sweet sorrow
Won’t you come back to me?
I’ll be here, today and here tomorrow
In dark blue Tennesse

In dark blue Tennesse


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