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Gary Allan - Cryin' For Nothin' (Chord)
Album: Smoke Rings In The Dark (1999)
Submitter: lmofle (325) on 7/21/02 1 comment
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Cryin’ For Nothin’
By Gary Allan     
  
E  C#m  E  C#m  
                                               
       E
I am a full grown fool and I should have know better
      A
But I tried and I tried and I could not forget her
        E
I would go back to her time after time
A                    B7
Man I must have been out of mind

Chorus:
            E
All of that crying for nothing
            C#m
All of that trying for nothing
            A
What has it ever got me
            B7
What has it ever taught me
            E
I've got to keep believing
    C#m
In something baby
                A
Instead of just trying for nothing
B7                    E    E C#m   E  C#m
Crying for nothing at all


We fought for love and we fought for trust
And the whole blessed time it was right there in front of us
But we could not reach it and I don't know why
And it took so long just to say goodbye


Chorus

Bridge:
F#m
Her friends all told me, and mine told me
    E
But we would not listen, we could not see
F#m,
Me and my pride, her and her dreams
B
We never ever stood a chance it seems

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 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
This is a good tab. For those of you who can't play the
C#m and/or don't know how to transpose, just capo 4 and
play these Chords instead:

E------>C
C#m--->Am
A------>F
B------>G
F#m---->Dm

Then you can play the intro I posted too. I had this info
posted as a tab, but I guess it was deleted so maybe it's
more appropriate to just share it here so you can do
the substitutions instead reading a whole other tab. This is
a lot of fun to play.
-debeck | 7/9/2004
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