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You're Too Gone

Postby hartsy on Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:02 pm

Does anyone else love this song as much as i do? I like to think that this song in particular is about grandaddy's falling out, and it also can be applied to other things as well. But if there's one thing i do know, i want to know how to play it, and i can't find chords or tabs. Does anyone have any ideas?


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Re: You're Too Gone

Postby brassman2000 on Thu Jul 02, 2009 3:06 pm

Hi Hartsy, thanks for making me finally get round to restringing my guitar!

Agree with you on the meaning/s. Hopefully I can help you out on the chords side of things...

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Intro (3 notes at the start are C# D A if you want them for reasons unknown)

G

              G                   Em                            Bm  Bm/A  C/G
Remember when we, we built a good fire, then we watched it burn down
         G                 Em                      Bm  Bm/A  C/G
Battling sleep, tangled in wire, and surrounded in sound
                G                    Em                     Bm  Bm/A  C/G
Well, it was so brief, but it was so bright, and we were so proud
                    G                  Em    (Em pause)
Then I stood up and said, "Let's do it again"....
                   Bm  Bm/A  C/G (pause)
And then I walked out...

(synth kicks in here playing what I believe to be Bm arpegios - B D F# B F# D etc - which carry on for the rest of the song)

                  Am                   D                           G         Em
But now it's too late and something is wrong 'cause now you're too gone
                    Am                   D                           G         Em
And though you were great something went wrong 'cause now you're too gone
                  Am                    D                             G      E(major)
And I'm sorry I'm late, but I'm saying "so long" 'cause now  you're too gone
                   Am                       D
Yeah I'm sorry I'm late, but I'm saying "so long"

(No chord)
"So long... So long"


Hope that helps you out and of course corrections are both welcome and encouraged as always.

Good luck!

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