too gone for too long Randy Travis
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 1995 15:11:20 +0200 (MET DST) Subject: Hi 'n stuff. To: Greg-Vaughn@unicorn.acs.ttu.edu (Greg Vaughn) Message-id: X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL23] Content-type: text Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Content-length: 2356 When I first heard this I was flabbergasted. I can only describe this as some sort of jazzed-up country tune with a whisp of Gipsy, or Romany or whatever you guys call it. And it's fast, with a tight *boom* *chic* stroke. Is this making any sense? I'm sure that what I'm submitting here is incredibly oversimplified and/or incomplete cause I'm doing this from memory, so if anyone can do a more accurate tab, by all means, do it. Anyway, it like, kicks butt. It's on Randy Travis' "Forever and Ever" (I think) but I doubt he wrote this himself. I *love* it! I wish I knew what this style is called, so I could look for more stuff like it. Anyone who's familliar with it, please help me out here. What the **** do I know anyway, I'm dutch and not even supposed to like country music :-) Send all your comments 'n stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org, or to the news letter. Regards, Bo. Too Gone, Too Long - Randy Travis D D7 You've been too gone, too long, E it's too late to come back now A D It's been so long since you walked out my door E A now you're just an old song nobody sings anymore D D7 I gotta a new love and she's the true love F# F#7 but darlin' how could you have known? Bm E Cause you've been too gone, for too long A D now it's too late to come back home You've been a long way, goin' the wrong way don't even set your suitcase down You wanted to roam, now you're paying the bills you're an old rollin' stone who ran over the hills I had a good cry when you said "Goodbye" I didn't wanna let you go but you've been too gone for too long now it's too late to come back home I had a good cry when you said "Goodbye" I didn't wanna let you go but you've been too gone for too long so why don't you just stay gone? you've been too gone for too long now it's too late to come back home
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