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All The Good Things Fade Away Chords (ver.1)

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All The Good Things Fade Away Chords (ver.1)

Pat Green
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                "All the Good Things Fade Away"
Pat Green

E B A 

E           B
born lucky, I guess
       A*
didn't hurt that i was in the right place, in the right time too
E                     B                     
but the girl, she was dandelion beautiful 
A
damn, she was beautiful
E                   B
when the wind blows her like a bird
         A
and the petals on the flower fly away
E                  D               A
sometimes it don't matter what you say

chorus:
E       B                F#m   A     
all the good things fade away
E       B                F#m  G#m  A
all the good things fade aw - ay   

E                             B
i found me a game out towards shreveport
           A
couple of days just hiding from the sun
E                       B
good with the cards and good with the dice
          A
you could say i had a lucky little run
E                           B           A
won it all and maybe just a little more today
E                                 D              A
all the luck you have is just the bills you left unpaid


chorus

break: E B A x2

E                               B                      A
seems s**tty to me there has to be such a thing as the good old days
E                      B                          A
someday, somewhere, my hair like my memories will all just fade out to gray
E                          B                         A
got it all right now and i just as soon keep it that way

E  D  A (build up on A)

chorus 
repeat chorus


* - when the A chord is played in the verses he switches back and forth from a regular
    A chord and Asus4 (X02230). i can't explain the rhythm very well so i'll just say
    you'll have to listen for it, but it's not too hard.
                                       - C.EWALD
                                     
 
            
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