Eric Church – Springsteen chords ver. 2
Capo 2 You can play with or without capo, also play parts with palm mute. IntroG...Play around with your pinky on the 4th fret on the G and D strings. Listen to the song to make it sound right.DTo this day when I hear that song, I see you standin' there on that lawnG Bm Asus2Discount shades, store bought tan, flip-flops and cut-off jeansDSomewhere between that setting sun, I'm On Fire and Born To RunG Bm Asus2You looked at me and I was done but we were just getting startedDI was singing to you, you were singing to meDI was so alive, never been more freeG Bm Asus2Fired up my daddy's lighter and we sang ohhhhDStayed there till they forced us outDWe took the long way to your houseGAnd I can still hear the soundBm Asus2Of you saying don't goD Asus2When I think about you, I think about 17BmI think about my old JeepGI think about the stars in the skyBm Asus2Funny how a melody sounds like a memoryD G D Em ALike a soundtrack to a July Saturday nightGSpringsteenDIf I bumped into you by happenstanceDYou probably wouldn't even know who I amG Bm Asus2But if I whispered your name, I bet there'd still be a sparkDFrom back when I was gasoline and this old tattoo had brand new inkG BmAnd we didn't care what your mom would think 'bout your name on myAsus2armDBaby is it spring or is it summerDThe guitar sound or the beat of that drummerG Bm Asus2You hear sometimes late at night on your radioDEven though you're a million miles awayDWhen you hear Born In The USAG Bm Asus2You relive those glory days from so long agoD Asus2When you think about me, I think about 17BmI think about my old JeepGI think about the stars in the skyBm Asus2Funny how a melody sounds like a memoryD G D Em ALike a soundtrack to a July Saturday nightG GSpringsteen, SpringsteenD G Bm A D G Bm AD Asus2 Funny how a melody sounds like a memoryBm G D Em ALike a soundtrack to a July Saturday nightG G Springsteen, SpringsteenGOh Springsteen"