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Do What I Can Chords (ver.1)

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Do What I Can Chords (ver.1)

Robert Francis
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                Hi everyone! Since there was no tab of this song from Robert Francis, I decided to do it 
myself. I guess I it's pretty accurate but I'm sure there is some arrangements that can 
be made...However, I could have some fun with it!


Chords :

  D : x57775 or xx0232
  A : 577655 or x02220
  G : 355433 or 320033
 Am : 577555 or x02210
F#m : 244222
 Em : 022000


Intro: D - A - G - A



         D
I still think 'bout the days
A
driving around
G
with nothing to do
A                                    D
but find all the things we never found

you were so pretty
    A
and we were so young
G
windows rolled down
A
singin' old songs
     G
we'd come back to my room
     A
the sun peeking in
    G
you put on your clothes
         A                   D
and say 'babe i think i...
  D         A         G      A
i think i might like you'

(play intro)

                  D
i listened to the shadows
           A
hanging pictures
         G
we were drifters
             A
we'd get too close
                    D
and then you'd drift away
                  A
G                 A
oh, our love was just too violent
    G
and you'd start screaming
       A
with my head in your hands
     G
i remember the time i said
A                    A   Am
'babe i cant be your man'
    G    F#m    Em    D
but i'll do what i can.

(intro x2) (He does some little tricks with the G chord...not that important)

    D                            A
and i always knew your bite was bigger than your bark
   G                           A
i remember the nights i used to watch you sleep in
A         Am
the dark
G F#m   Em   D        A
i had a good heart.
G F#m   Em   D        A    G    A
i had a good heart.
            
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