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Chris Wall - Three Across (Chord)
Album: Tainted Angel (1998)
Submitter: grantwiscour (1) on 3/28/20
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Three Across
Chris Wall
Tainted Angel Album - Released 1998
https://youtu.be/LggS-PewwRk


Intro: C F x 4

C                                      F             C          G   F  
We've been three across in this pickup truck since I can't remember when.
C                       F                    C          G       F   
Me at the wheel and the woman I love holding hands with my best friend.
           C       G            F                        C     F 
I bought a beat up Ford from my old friend Jack it was a V-8 '71.
C         G        F               C                G               F                                     C  
Rag for a gas cap, radio blastin', blowing down the highway singin' Born to Run...we were singin' Born to Run.

         F                               C
Watchin' Bandit at the drive-in, had the Dukes on the TV.
G                                  F       G          C  
Some 'ol Rhinestone Outlaw singing Waylon, Willie and Me.
        F                   Am                G             F 
Driving out to the lake and drinking a little beer.
C       G        F                           G                     C       
Feeling my heart break as I watch them disappear...as they disappear.


C  G  F X 2

C                    G      F                 C                F 
Now Charlie he was a great looking guy, man.  He always was a star.
C         G      F                  C       G            F 
Me, I was always quiet and shy with all the charm of an offensive guard.
C                    F             C                    F   
Aw man, I loved that Rodeo Queen.  I figured what's the use.
C      G          F                      C        G          F                                    C  
One of those triangular scenes where you find yourself the hypotenuse...and you figure what's the use.


         F                              C
Watching Gator at the drive-in...Bo and Luke on the TV.
G                               F      G        C                         F        Am          G           F
Some on lonesome picker singing July A Woman To Me and driving out to the lake and knocking us back a few
C       G        F                                   G     C 
Feeling my heart break as I wonder what to do...what to do..
F    G       C     F     C                     G             
Turn up that radio play long and loud sing the blues down low.
                           C
Should I stay or should I go?

C F C F C F C F 

C                       F          C          G          F
I can't recall the countless times I tried to leave this town.
C                   F                       C                 G                       F    
Ran smack into some homesick headwinds that slapped me in the face and turned me back around.
      C            G             F                  C        G      F   
We're still three across in this pickup truck and I guess we always will.
C       G       F                                       G      C
All for one and one for three...her for him and what's left of me.
         F                                C 
And they tore down the drive-in...nothing good on the TV.
          G                                  F       G       C  
There's a brand new Howard Johnson where the Sundown used to be
         F                    Am    G               F  C       G        F                          G
I still drive to the lake and drink me a little beer...feeling my heart break as I watch them disappear, as they disappear.


C F  C G F  C G F  C G F  C G F



 
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