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Im Moving On Chords (ver.1)

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Im Moving On Chords (ver.1)

Rolling Stones
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                I m Moving On chords
The Rolling Stones (Hank Snow)

E

  E
I warned you baby from time to time,
                    E7
you don't listen so pay me no mind 
      A
About movin' on,
           E
yeah I m a moving on 
    B7
I m through with you, 
    A
too bad you re blue,
     E  B7
I ll move on 

E                 
Mister Engineer with your throttle in hand, 
                     E7
take me back to that southern land 
          A
It called moving, 
       E
keep a rolling on 
       B7
You re flying too high, 
    A
for my old sky, 
     E      B7
I ll move on 

E E7 A E B7 A E  B7

E
Mister Fireman please won t you listen to me,
                 E7
I got a woman in Tennessee 
        A
Keep on moving,
       E
keep a rolling on 
       B7
You re flying too high, 
     A
it s all over now, 
  E      B7
I move on 

              E             A
Yes I m gonna move (yes I m moving)
          E             A
I m gonna move (yes I m moving)
  
               E             A
Said I m gonna move (yes I m moving)
         E             A
Gotta go home (yes I m moving)
           E             A
I gotta go home (yes I m moving)
           E             A
I gotta go home (yes I m moving)

Well tell ya 
                E             
I I I I m going home 

I I I I m going home 

I I I I m going home 

              E             A
Yes I m gonna move (yes I m moving)
          E             A
I m gonna move (yes I m moving)  
               E             A
Said I m gonna move (yes I m moving)
         E             A
Gotta go home (yes I m moving)
           E             A
I gotta go home (yes I m moving)
           E             A
I gotta go home (yes I m moving)

I m going home darling . . .


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