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Natural to Be Gone  John Hartford

John Hartford - Natural to Be Gone lyrics
Chords by Verne Garrison
Banjo tuned E, Capo 3, Key of B
You[B] don't know me, where I live
My tr[E]acks may soon go everywhere
Because there ain't no other place for t[B]hem to go
Wher[E]e I dwell outside of now
for me that's really hard to say
Like so[F#]metimes I'm not really sure I even[B] know
What's the difference being different?
When it's difference now that looks alike
You say I'm changing, I'm not sure that's wrong
It's just the center line on this highway
runs up my banjo neck
And I feel somehow that it's natural to be gone
What crazy patterns do we follow sitting knee to knee
Upon some riverbank somewhere at suppertime
The evening air is moving like molasses
towards the sticky night
So easy as I press your hand in mine
What's the difference being different?
When it's difference now that looks alike
You say I'm changing, I'm not sure that's wrong
Today if may be natural
Sitting here discussing it
Tomorrow just as natural to be gone

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