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Waylon Jennings - Just To Satisfy You (Chord)
Submitter: matellmon (77) on 2/13/02 3 comments
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Capo on the 2nd fret.


Verse 1:
  A  G   A                   G                    A
 	 Someone's gonna get hurt before you're through
                         G                     A
 	 Someone's gonna pay for the things you do
         D                     E    D                    
 	 How many hearts must break,how many will it take
                    A D                 A 
 	 To satisfy you,just to satisfy you


Bridge:
          B
 	 Another love,another fool
            E
 	 To play your game
          B
 	 Another love,another fool
             E
 	 They're all the same


Verse 2:
         A                   G                    A
 	 Someone's gonna get hurt before you're through
 	                       G           A 
 	 Don't be surprised if that someone is you
 	               D                  E       D        
 	 You're gonna find when it's too late,a heart that just won't break
                    A D                 A 
 	 To satisfy you,just to satisfy you


Half a verse:
         D                    E    D                     
 	 How many tears were cried,how many dreams have died
                    A D                 A 
 	 To satisfy you,just to satisfy you


 
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I tried playing this to the version by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings and the B chord just doesn't sound right.
-lyleb | 2/9/2006
I tried playing this to the version by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings and the B chord just doesn't sound right.
-lyleb | 2/9/2006
Try using a B7 chord.. Both willie and waylon used it alot. more of a bluesy tone.
-Chance93 | 7/19/2010
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