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Caught Me Thinkin  Bahamas

Tabbed by syphaxe
Simple chords are below, tabs for segues are below the below.
For alot of the verse, Alfie just hits the chord root - listen and you'll get it.
...BTW Bahamas is the best shit in a minute...
[Verse i]]
[Bm]Back when we started, be[E]fore we parted
I would w[A]onder what would make her s[D]tay
[Bm]What was I thinkin',[E] as if my drinkin'
Was the [A]only thing that drove her aw[D]ay
[Bm]Was it ambition? Or a w[E]ar of attrition?
Hon[A]ey, you could always stick it [D]out
And [Bm]now I know beyond the sha[E]dow of a doubt, it's my f[A]ault.
[E]You caught me thinking
[F#m]What it might be li[D]ke
[E]To be alone for a while,
Or a[F#m]lone for just[A] one n[D/Bm]ight
Bm E A D (x2)
[Verse ii]]
I share my feelings
You hit the ceiling
I couldn't shake it if I tried
You were my lover
Only to discover something inside of me had died
Was it ambition? or war of attrition?
Honey, you could always stick it out
Now i know beyond the shadow of a doubt, it's my fault.
You caught me thinking
What it might be like
To be alone for a while,
Or alone for just one night
 e|------7-7-7-5-- ----9-9-9-7-- ----5-5-5-7-- 7-------------|
 B|------7-7-7-7-- ----9-9-9-9-- ----5-5-5-7-- 7-------------|
 G|------7-7-7-7-- ----9-9-9-9-- ----6-6-6-7-- 7-------------|
 D|--------------- ------------- ------------- --------------|
 A|--5---5-----5-- 7---7-----7-- ----------5-- 5-------------|
 E|--------------- ------------- 5---5-------- --------------|

Steve Earle on Canadian bikes -

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