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Charley Pride - Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone (Chord)
Album: 16 Biggest Hits (2005)
Submitter: lmofle (650) on 5/21/04 4 comments
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Is Anybody Goiní To San Antone (Recorded Key)
By Charley Pride
Tabbed By Larry Mofle
rmofle at satx.rr.com
5/21/04

D                     G
Rain dripping off the brim of my hat
   A              D  
It sure is cold today
D                      G
Here I am walkin' down Sixty Six
A                            D
Wish she hadn't done me that way
         D                  G
Sleeping under a table in a roadside park
  A                 D
A man could wake up dead
       D                 G
But it sure seems warmer than it did
A                         D
Sleeping in our king size bed


Chorus:
   D                G
Is anybody going to San Antone
   A           D
Or Phoneix, Arizona
D                          G
Any place is all right as long as I
       A             D
Can forget I've ever known her


Wind whippin down the neck of my shirt
Like I aint got nothin' on
But I'd rather fight the wind and rain
Than what I been fightin' at home
Yonder comes a truck with the U.S. Mail
People writin' letters back home
Tomorrow she'll probably want me back
But I'll still be just as gone

Chorus
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
The intro is almost right on, there's just too many notes. If you can slow it down and listen to it again. If you play it like this the timing works like this.

e-------------------
B--1po--------------
G------2po----------
D----------2b-------
A------------3bpo---
E-------------------
-AaronG1980 | 1/2/2005
Those are A7's according to the original sheet music.

-EMRLDEYZS | 12/6/2004
As always, an A can be substituted for an A7 or vice versa...
-lmofle | 12/6/2004
A7 is a real killer to fret on the banjo; at least it is for me as is Am7
-bluerabbit10 | 12/24/2004
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