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Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine Chords

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Ain't No Sunshine Chords

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Bill Withers
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                The C and G are just one strum only. Hit them quick and switch to the next chord.
*Am means that you strum open and then hammer onto Am (the entire chord)
The star * means a hammer-on on the A string while playing the Am chord
(Nothing) means don't strum until the next chord
(Mute) means to just strum the strings muted

Hope this isn't too confusing. It's easy to catch on. Enjoy

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Am                  C G Am

(nothing)             Am          C G *Am
Ain' no sunshine when she's gone
         *                      C G *Am
It's not warm when she's away
        *                   Em                 
Ain' no sunshine when she's gone
                        Dm
And she always gone too long
                 Am      C G *Am
Anytime she goes away

(nothing)              Am          C G *Am
Wonder this time where she's gone
          *                    C G *Am
Wonder if she's gone to stay
        *                   Em
Ain' no sunshine when she's gone
                            Dm
and this house just ain' no home
                 Am      *
Anytime she goes away

Am
I know (x13)
(mute)
I know (x13)

(nothing)             Am           C G *Am
Ain' no sunshine when she's gone
      *            Am      C G *Am
Only darkness everyday
        *                   Em
Ain' no sunshine when she's gone
                            Dm
And this house just ain' no home
                 Am     C G *Am    
Anytime she goes away
    *                   C G *Am
Anytime she goes away (x3)
            
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