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I still cant say goodbye

Chet Atkins



 GDCDGDBmC
 When I was young, my Dad would say Come on Son let's go out and play
G D C Dsus4 D , Em D/F# G C D
Sometimes it seems like yesterday
 GDCDGDBmC
 And I'd climb up the closet shelf When I was all by my-self
 GDCDsus4DEmD/F#G
 Grab his hat and fix the brim      Pretending I    was him
 DCG
 No matter how hard I try
 DCG
 No matter how many tears I cry
 DEmDEm/C#
 No matter how many years go by
 CDCEmD/F#GEmD/F#
still can't say good-bye    
 GDCDGDBmC
 He always took care of Mom and me.   We all cut down a Christmas tree
 GDCDsus4DEmD/F#G
  He always had some time for me         
 CDEmEm/D
   Wind blows through the trees 
 CDGmaj7
 Street lights, they still shine bright
 CDEmEm/D
   Most things are the same 
 Em/C#CDsus4D
but I miss my Dad to-night  
 GDCDGDBmC
 I walked by a Salvation Army store Saw a hat like my daddy wore   
 GDCDsus4DEmD/F#G
 Tried it on when I walked in          Still trying to be like him
 DCG
 No matter how hard I try
 DCG
 No matter how many years go by
 DEmDEm/C#
 No matter how many tears I cry
 CDCEmD/F#GEmD/F#G
still can't say good-bye     
Enjoy, STEVE
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Bm C D D/F# Dsus4 Em Em/C# Em/D G Gmaj7
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morey (report comment to admin):
PLAY SLOWLY. A VERY SENTIMENTAL SONG THAT HAS MARK KNOPFLER ON ACCOMPANIMENT. CAN BE SEEN ON "CHET ATKINS AND FRIENDS: CERTIFIED GUITAR PLAYER." A TEARJERKER IF YOU HAD A FATHER YOU LIKED.