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Johnny Cash - Heart Of Gold (Chord)
Submitter: dhs64 (2) on 2/21/05 2 comments
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Heart of Gold - Neil Young



Em        C     D         G
I want to live, I want to give
Em          C           D        G
I've been a miner for a heart of gold
Em           C         D       G
It's these expressions I never give
Em                           G        D
That keep me searching for a heart of gold
C                    G
And I'm getting old
Em                      G        D
Keep me searching for a heart of gold
C                  (riff)  G
And I'm getting old

Riff
-----------3------------------
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--3--2--0--2------------------
-----------3------------------

(Harmonica solo)

(Repeat intro Em-D pattern)

Em           C          D            G
I've been to Hollywood, I've been to Redwood
Em               C           D        G
I've crossed the ocean for a heart of gold
Em           C        D           G
I've been in my mind, it's such a fine line
Em                            G        D
That keeps me searching for a heart of gold
C                  riff G
And I'm getting old

(Harmonica solo)

Em                      D        Em
Keep me searching for a heart of gold
    Em                        D       Em
You keep me searching and I'm getting old
Em                      D        Em
Keep me searching for a heart of gold
Em                      G        D
I've been a miner for a heart of gold
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Key of Gm, the relative minor key to Bb. You
need a capo on the third fret. And that riff
is the easy way, a sting= 3rd fret, 2nd fret
open, strum G chord. That's the easy way. In
the manuscr i pt, you strum the C, Bm, Am,
then the G chords, once each. For this
version, capo to the 3rd fret. I put a tab
on here in Bb, but it got deleted. Don't
know why.
-macg1 | 10/9/2005
Perfect tab, thanks. Also at the end after the last line he drops back to a C chord then does that 3-2-0 riff and finishes on G.
-Generalsherman | 6/29/2008
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