Devil Makes Three - Car Wreck chords

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Car Wreck by Devil Makes Three
Tabbed By: Taylor Sansom

Capo 4

I'm still not sure of the picking pattern but when I get it I'll tab it out as well. I'm
90% sure of the chords except it might go C to Am in the verse instead of C to F but
both sound pretty good and can be accomplished with a slight change in your singing. C/B 
is just the walkdown/transition chord between C and Am


C FHe grew up in a one-horse town
G C GWasn't much to do since all them bars had closed down
C FHe'd stare up to the stars sometimes when no one was around
G CAnd he dreamed of getting out
F GSo he bought himself a pick-up truck that was covered up in rust
F GHe found a buddy for of shotgun seat that was someone he could trust
C C/B AmAnd they hit the gas, headed west out to the setting sun
F G CWhen the dust had cleared, they were gone.
F GWell leaving just came natural, that's the way it seemed to him
F GHe'd been doing it so long, that's the way he'd always been
C C/B AmAnd you can find him in some hotel room with the television on
C C/B AmHe might be high and he'll probably ramble on
C C/B AmYou can laugh beneath fluorescent lights and drink until the dawn
F G CBut in the mornin'....in the mornin' when you wake up he'll be gone.
C FSo he met a girl in a town along the way
G C GShe had beautiful brown eyes and a place that he could stay
C FSo he fell in love, and she fell in love in kind
G C GIt was so perfect that of course he lost his mind.
F GHe snuck of the kitchen one day before the dawn
F GShe called out after him and ran across the lawn
C C/BAnd he said some things that he didn't mean
AmThat he'd best be travelin' on
F G CShe shed some tears and he was gone.
F GWell leaving just came natural, that's the way it seemed to him
F GHe'd been doing it so long, that's the way he'd always been
C C/B AmAnd you can find him in some hotel room with the television on
C C/B AmHe might be high and he'll probably ramble on
C C/B AmYou can laugh beneath fluorescent lights and drink until the dawn
F G CBut in the mornin'....in the mornin' when you wake up he'll be gone.
C FEighteen years later, fifteen-hundred miles from home
G C GHe can't shake her from his mind though the whiskey soaks his bones
C FHe heads out on a back-roads in the middle of the night
G C GHead up to the meadow, you know he timed that curve just right
F GBut some bridges you cross over but the rest you've got to burn
F GHe may have lost the road the road but I know he made his turn
C C/B AmAnd as we pulled him from the wreckage, I promised him a song
F G CCuz it was clear that he was gone.
F GWell leaving just came natural, that's the way it seemed to him
F GHe'd been doing it so long, that's the way he'd always been
C C/B AmAnd you can find him in some hotel room with the television on
C C/B AmHe might be high and he'll probably ramble on
C C/B AmYou can laugh beneath fluorescent lights and drink until the dawn
F G CBut in the mornin'....in the mornin' when you wake up he'll be gone.
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