Guitar chords with lyrics
- Tuning: Standard tuning
- Difficulty: Intermediate
Run George Strait Intro DD/EE Em7Em7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 Em7Em7 AA GG AA BmBm F#m7F#m7 If there`s a plane or a bus leavin` Dallas GG AA BmBm AA I hope you`re on it GG AA BmBm AA If there`s a train movin` fast down the tracks GG AA BmBm AA I hope you caught it GG AA Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Cause I swear out there ain`t where Gmaj7Gmaj7 A6A6 BmBm F#m7F#m7 you oughta` be GG AA So catch a ride... catch a cab Bm7Bm7 Dmaj7Dmaj7 Don`t you know I miss you bad GG A6A6 BmBm F#m7F#m7 But don`t you walk to me Bm7Bm7 G6G6 AA DD AA BmBm Baby run... cut a path across the blue skies GG Straight in a straight line DD A6A6 You can`t get here fast enough BmBm GG Find a truck and fire it up AA DD Lean on the gas and off the clutch A7A7/C#C# BmBm A7A7/C#C# Leave Dallas in the dust GG AA I need you in a rush BmBm Gmaj7Gmaj7 Em7Em7 AA So baby run Gmaj7Gmaj7 AA If you ain`t got a suit case Bm7Bm7 Dmaj7Dmaj7 G6G6 AA Bm7Bm7 A7A7/C#C# Get a box or an old brown paper sack AA Gmaj7Gmaj7 AA And pack it light or pack it heavy Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Take a truck take a Chevy Gmaj7Gmaj7 AA Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Baby just come back GG AA Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 There`s a shortcut to the highway out of town DD GG AA BmBm Dmaj7Dmaj7 Why don`t you take it Gmaj7Gmaj7 AA Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Don`t let that speed limit slow you down GG AA Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Go on and break it Bm7Bm7 GG AA DD F#m7F#m7 BmBm Baby run... cut a path across the blue skies GG Straight in a straight line DD AA You can`t get here fast enough Bm7Bm7 GG Find a truck and fire it up AA DD Lean on the gas and off the clutch A7A7/C#C# BmBm A7A7/C#C# Leave Dallas in the dust DD GG AA I need you in a rush Gmaj7Gmaj7 Bm7Bm7 F#m7F#m7 Dmaj7Dmaj7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 AA Bm7Bm7 Dmaj7Dmaj7 So baby run..... BmBm Gmaj7Gmaj7 Baby run G6G6 BmBm Gmaj7Gmaj7 Em7Em7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 Em7Em7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 Oh baby run BmBm Em7Em7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 Em7Em7 Gmaj7Gmaj7 Baby run
`Run` is a song written by Anthony Smith and Tony Lane, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in September 2001 as the lead single from Straits album The Road Less Traveled.
The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in December 2001, where it was blocked by Toby Keiths song, `I Wanna Talk About Me`. It then reached number 2 again in early January 2002, where it was blocked by Alan Jacksons `Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)`. It also peaked at number 34 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it a minor crossover hit.