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Tom Russell chords for The road it gives  the road it takes away

The Road It Gives The Road It Takes Away chords by Tom Russell

Tom Russell chords for The road it gives  the road it takes away

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The Road It Gives, The Road It Takes Away - Tom Russell


A chord diagramFF		            		A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          			A chord diagramFF
I was walking down a quiet road in Ireland
A chord diagramFF		            		A chord diagramBb majorBb  	         		 A chord diagramC majorC
Out beneath those tough old ancient stars
	       A chord diagramDmDm				           				A chord diagramBb majorBb
When  I thought I heard old Scottish Mike singing Carrick Fergus
		   		 A chord diagramFF				             	 A chord diagramC majorC
As I recalled those wild days in those loud Norwegian bars
A chord diagramFF		            		A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          			A chord diagramFF
He’d sing, “I’m drunk today and I’m rarely sober,
A chord diagramFF		            		A chord diagramBb majorBb  	         		 A chord diagramC majorC
Like a soldier on the road to Mandalay.”
	 A chord diagramDmDm
Well the road it gave him wine
	A chord diagramBb majorBb
and the women fair and fine
 A chord diagramFF						 A chord diagramC majorC
He drunk himself to death, I heard today


Chorus:
A chord diagramC majorC						A chord diagramFF
But we’ll sing hallelujah, sing it in the morning
        A chord diagramBb majorBb		  A chord diagramDmDm		      A chord diagramC majorC
And thank the Lord for giving us one more day
	        A chord diagramFF
And for the one’s that have passed on through
    A chord diagramFF (add A chord diagramG+G)         A chord diagramFsus4Fsus4	        A chord diagramBb majorBb
We’ll sing this one for you
	A chord diagramBb majorBb		         A chord diagramC majorC 	      A chord diagramFF
The road it gives and the road it takes away






A chord diagramFF		            A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          	A chord diagramFF
My baby said she didn’t mind me travelin
A chord diagramFF		            	A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          	A chord diagramC majorC
She enjoyed the time alone when I was gone
 A chord diagramDmDm				           				A chord diagramBb majorBb
Til she looked me in the eyes and said it’s  over
	 A chord diagramFF				             	 A chord diagramC majorC
And I saw the anger buried far too long

A chord diagramFF		            A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          	A chord diagramFF
I picked up my guitar and sang the Dutchman
A chord diagramFF		            A chord diagramBb majorBb  	          	A chord diagramC majorC
About two people whose love had seen kinder days
	 A chord diagramDmDm
But my baby she was gone,
		 A chord diagramBb majorBb
before the song was sung
	 A chord diagramFF				             	 A chord diagramC majorC
Well my music never touched her anyway


Chorus:
A chord diagramC majorC						A chord diagramFF
But we’ll sing hallelujah, sing it in the morning
        A chord diagramBb majorBb		  A chord diagramDmDm		      A chord diagramC majorC
And thank the Lord for giving us one more day
	        A chord diagramFF
And for the one’s that have passed on through
    A chord diagramFF (add A chord diagramG+G)         A chord diagramFsus4Fsus4	        A chord diagramBb majorBb
We’ll sing this one for you
	A chord diagramBb majorBb		         A chord diagramC majorC 	      A chord diagramFF
The road it gives and the road it takes away

	A chord diagramBb majorBb		         A chord diagramC majorC 	      A chord diagramFF
The road it gives and the road it takes away

	A chord diagramBb majorBb		         A chord diagramC majorC 	      A chord diagramFF
The road it gives and the road it takes away
ⓘ Guitar chords for 'The Road It Gives The Road It Takes Away' by Tom Russell, artist. Tom Russell was born in 1950.

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