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Travis Tritt, Modern Day Bonnie And Clyde Chords (ver.1)

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Modern Day Bonnie And Clyde Chords (ver.1)

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                (Dobro Intro)
D7 - G7 - D7
G7- D7
A7 - C7 - G7 - D7

[D7] Well, it's a long way to Richmond, [G7] rollin' north on Ninety-[D7
]five,
With a [G7] redhead ridin' shotgun and a pistol by by my [D7] side,
[A7] Tearin' down that highway like a [C7] modern day [G7] Bonnie and
[D7] Clyde.

We [D7] met at a truckstop,  [G7] Johnson City, Tennes-[D7]see,
I was [G7] gassin' up my Firebird, when I heard her callin' [D7] me,
Said, [ A7] "Which way are you headed, boy, -- [C7] Do you need [G7]
some compa-[D7]ny?"

She had me [D7] stoppin' at a  Quik-Mart [G7] before we made it out of
[D7] town,
[G7] Next thing she was runnin' at me, tellin' me to "Lay that hammer
[D7] down,
'Cause there's a [A7] man right behind me,  [C7] doin' his [G7] best to
slow me [D7] down!"

[D7] Yeah, and it's a long way to Richmond,  [G7] rollin' north on
Ninety-[D7]five,
With a [G7] redhead ridin' shotgun and a pistol by my [D7] side,
[A7] Tearin' down that highway like a [C7] modern day [G7] Bonnie and
[D7]Clyde.

(Dobro bridge)
D7 - G7 - D7,
G7 -  D7
A7 - C7 - G7 - D7

[D7] Well, we pulled up to a motel, [G7]in the middle of the [D7] night,
[G7] We were countin' all the money,  smokin' stolen Marlboro [D7]
Lights,
Lord, we [A7] never saw 'em comin' [C7] 'til they read [G7] us both our
[D7] rights.

[D7] Yeah, and it's a long way to Richmond, [G7] rollin' north on
Ninety-[D7] five,
[G7] With a sheriff right beside me,  pistol pointin' at my [D7] side,
-- oh, lord,
Such a dis-[A7]-appointing ending for this [C7] modern day [G7] Bonnie
and [D7] Clyde.

(Dobro outro)
Yeah, D7 - G7 - D7
Hey, G7- D7
Well, A7 - C7 -  G7 - D7
            

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