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Uncle Tupelo, Chickamauga Chords (ver.1)

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Chickamauga Chords (ver.1)

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Uncle Tupelo



              G     G(F#) Em     D
Intro - Never leave on    your own
                     G     G(F#)           A
Verse - Where you're from and where you're goin'
        Em                       G                  D    Em  0 1 2 1 0 (E str)
        I know these things like I know you hate me now
                  D                        G           G(F#)      A
        Catch yourself in midair thinking your dreams can never be bought
        Em                      G                     D   Em
        I couldn't help then I guess I can't help you now

continue with next verse

        When jousting is for pleasure and pleasure is way out of hand
        The time is right for getting out while we still can  (C chord here)

chorus
        F                   C
        Chickamauga's where I've been
        G                     C
        Solitude is where I'm bound
                F            C          x20010  Am     G
        I don't ever want to taste those tears again
                F            C          x20010  Am     G    F
        I don't ever want to taste those tears again

Then back to the verse starting on D. The G(F#) means play a G chord
with a F# in the bass (low E string). Just walk it down. Same type of
thing on the chorus with the C chord into the x20010 chord. Just
move your finger a half step down on the A string. The 01210 after the
Em on the verses is just a little run on the low E string.
            
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