fine line Hootie and The Blowfish
Date: Wed, 15 May 1996 21:04:39 -0400 Subject: by Fine Line by Hootie and the Blowfish Written by Radney Foster INTRO: strum on G VERSE: G D There's a curve in the highway, just south of town Em C Where a man has pulled over , to figure life out G D With only his conscience, and a lonesome sound C Of diesels whinin' upgrade G D Got a wife and two kids, they love him so Em C Got a woman down in Charleston, and she's starting to show G D And he's damned if he leaves, and he's sure damned if he don't C And he wonders how his life got this way.... CHORUS: D G C D Cause it's a fine line in between right and wrong G C D Yeah he's been crossin' over that border way too long Em D G He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start C D G Now there ain't no escape from a broken heart C D G VERSE 2: G D Now the call of the highway is a powerful thing Em C Like the pull of a lover, or a child in a swing G D Gave his heart to two women, only one wears his ring C They're both gonna have his babies now G D So how do you confess what words won't explain? Em C He never intended to cause this much pain G D And I feel like a farmer who's been prayin' for the rain C Got more than he bargained from the clouds.... REPEAT CHORUS BRIDGE: Bm C He'll turn his car around tonight, go home and try to face the truth Am G D Everyone involved's gettin' hurt and there ain't nothing he can do D no no no (i use to know the guitar solo but I forgot how to play it and I'm too lazy to figure it out again, but here are the chords to it in the same pattern as the chorus) D G C D G C D Em D G He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start C D G Now there ain't no, now there ain't no escape from a CHORUS: D G C D Fine Line inbetween right and wrong G C D Yeah you've been crossin' over that border way too long Em D G He should've seen it comin' at him right from the start C D G Now there ain't no escape from a broken heart C D G Now there ain't no escapin' from a broken heart C D G Yeah we're all gonna wind up with a broken heart C D G (mumbling) Nobody's gettin out without a broken heart C D G Okay, that's the song. Maybe someday I'll come back and put in the guitar solo, but not any time soon. If you have any questions, email is good (RussDog685@AOL25).
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