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Drive Chords

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                Ok this is my version of how to play this classic song on acoustic guitar. This version 
a CAPO on the 2nd fret.

Drive (The Cars)

Chords: (CAPO 2nd fret)

A: X02220
Amaj7: X02120
Asus2: X02200
F#m: 244222
B: x2444X or Bsus4: X24400 gives it a brighter sound


  A                  Amaj7     A
Who's gonna tell you when, it's to late.

Who's gonna tell you things aren't so great.

Chorus:
 F#m          B          F#m          B
You can't go on, thinkin' nothing's wrong.

 A                    Amaj7      A
Who's gonna drive you home, tonight?

 A                  Amaj7      A      Asus2 A
Who's gonna pick you up, when you fall?

Who's gonna hang it up, when you call?

Who's gonna pay attention, to your dreams?

And who's gonna plug their ears, when you scream?

Chorus:

F#m            B        F#m          B
You can't go on, thinkin' nothing's wrong.


A                    Amaj7      A
Who's gonna drive you home, tonight?


Instrumental:

A, F#m  X4    (Still Trying To Work Out This Part)

A                      Amaj7     A       Asus2  A
Who's gonna hold you down, when you shake?


Who's gonna come around, when you break?

Chorus:

F#m            B        F#m         B
You can't go on, thinkin' nothing's wrong.

A                    Amaj7      A
Who's gonna drive you home, tonight?


Oh, you know you can't go on, thinkin' nothing's wrong.

A                    Amaj7      A   Asus2 A
Who's gonna drive you home, tonight?
            
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