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From: Peter Langston
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Some correcrtions on "Too Gone"
Here are the chords (key of D) laid out like a chord chart:
Verses 1 & 2
B7 % % % (% == repeat previous measure)
E7 % % %
A7 % D B7
E7 % A7 %
B7 % % %
D % F#7 %
B7 % E7 %
A7 % D %
Final (half) Verse & Coda
B7 % % %
D % F#7 %
B7 % E7 %
A7 % F#7 %
B7 % E7 %
A7 % D %
Or, to put it another way:
B7
You've been too gone, for too long,
E7
It's too late to come back now.
A7 D7 B7
It's been so long since you walked out my door,
E7 A7
Now you're just an old song nobody sings anymore.
B7
I gotta a new love and she's the true love,
D F#7
But darlin' how could you have known?
B7 E7
'Cause you've been too gone, for too long
A7 D
now it's too late to come back home
and
B7
I had a good cry when you said "Goodbye."
D F#7
I didn't wanna let you go,
B7 E7
But you've been too gone for too long,
A7 F#7
So why don't you just stay gone?
B7 E7
You've been too gone for too long,
A7 D
Now it's too late to come back home.
---------- Peter Langston -- [email protected] -- Seattle, WA ----------




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