Quits by Chris Hillman Guitar Chords

When you looking for Quits guitar chords, you’ve visit to the right place.
You can play Quits by Chris Hillman using guitar or guitar.
This song by Chris Hillman can also be played by that equipment.
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Quits guitar chords has swing and included in Clear Sailin’ (1977) album.
You can also find other musical category, as well as jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

Quits by Chris Hillman Guitar Chords


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#Date: Fri, 05 Dec 1997 03:50:33 GMT
#From: Rick L
#Subject: CRD: Quits Chris Hillman Chords/Lyrics
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#Chris Hillman Quits written by Danny O’Keefe
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What do we call it now it isn’t marri[C/B]age anymore
Call it new [C/B]call it different it’s not the way it was before
Out of all the words to choose from there’s only one that fits
Call it [C/B]what you want to I just call it quits
We’ve come down to the place where love [G/G#]never fits
Call it wh[C/B]at you want I just call it quits
Turn and walk away cross the dessert [C/B]of our hearts
Love [C/B]turns to sand and we’ve run out of time
You know we once had something no words could tear apart
Now [C/B]you be yours and I’ll be mine
We’ve come down to a place where love [G/F#]never fits
Call it wh[C/B]at you want I just call it quits
Tell all our friend about it
That we [C/B]just don’t care
Tell them dreams are flowers and that our gardens bare
Call it separation independence divorce if that word fits
Call it [C/B]what you want to I just call it quits
We’ve come down to a place where love [G/F#]never fits
Call it wh[C/B]at you want I just call it quits
>From The Clear Sailing LP 1977 Asylum Records


 

If you want to study Chris Hillman Quits guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Every of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the easier guitar will feel to play Quits. Guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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