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Don Henley - Too Much Pride Chords

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Too Much Pride Chords

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Intro: | D D6 Edim7 F#dim7 | G G6 Adim7 Bdim7 |

Verse 1:
C                F         
  Common as dirt; as old as sin
G7                C6            
  The road to ruin, again and again
C                    F 
  Oh, how many dreams have bloomed and died
   G7  G7/B  C   G F/A G/B
  Too much pride

Verse 2:
C                 F 
  How many heavens are hopelessly lost?
G7                         C6       
  How many tender loves has vanity cost?
C                                  F
  Lord, help the soul that can't be satisfied
   G7  G7/B  C    
  Too much pride

Chorus:
D7                      F  G7         C  C/G Am7 
  You don't have to be right all the time
              D7                              G    G F/A G/B
  You can't go on with all of these axes to grind
                   C          F            
  So, why don't you lighten up and let it ride
   G7  G7/B   C   D7
  Too much pride

Solo: |C/G Bm7|C |G6 Em|A7 D7sus4|C/G Bm7|C A7| D6 Edim7 F#dim7|G|

Verse 3:
C             F  
  Empires rise and empires fall
G7                              C6
  Stick around here long enough, you'll see it all
C                         F
  Now it looks like it's gone nationwide
   G7 G7/B   C 
  Too much pride

Bridge:
D7                             G
  Some people tell you it's a good thing
D7                             G
  Some people tell you it's a sin
D7               G
  Just like a weed in the garden
D7                                        G
  You're askin' for trouble if you let it in

Outro:
C                             F
  Now, it looks like it's gone nationwide
   G7 G7/B   C  G F/A G/B
  Too much pride
C                       F
 It's the oldest form of suicide
  G7  G7/B  C  G F/A Bdim C
 Too much pride
            
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