Going Gone by Fig Dish Guitar Chords

If you are looking for Going Gone guitar chords, you have visit to the best place.
You can play Going Gone by Fig Dish using guitar or guitar.
This song by Fig Dish can also be played by that instruments.
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Going Gone guitar chords has tempo and included in That’s What Love Songs Often Do (1995) album.
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Going Gone by Fig Dish Guitar Chords


Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 15:54:50 -0700
From: Nathan
Subject: f/fig_dish/going_gone.crd

Song: Going Gone
Artist: Fig Dish
Album: That’s What Love Songs Often Do
Transcribed by: Nathan Tokarchik

Heavy distortion throughout the entire song

got you to mind now what to will with it
given any time, given any time

this situation will not work itself,
no amount of time, no amount of time

going, no we’re going fast to put the brakes and you should ask
if nothing you can say will mean a thing
simple faith in words is no good, details get misunderstood
leave me with a good idea to sing

(Guitar riffs over E chord)

come turn me senseless you know what you want
not another thing, never anything
us powerless there are no rims no more
nothing either way, nothing either way

going, no we’re going fast to put the brakes and you should ask
if nothing you can say will mean a thing
simple faith in words is no good, details get misunderstood
leave me with a good idea…

(guitar solo)

your words are in your mouth you choke on them
scatter them around, scatter them around
your best foot forward and you trip on it…


going, no we’re going fast to put the brakes and you should ask
if nothing you can say will mean a thing
simple faith in words is no good, details get misunderstood
leave me with a good idea to sing

going, going gone
going, going gone

The mirror of the saphire’s blue,
you need her and she needed you


 

If you want to master Fig Dish Going Gone 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 lack tiny adjustments.
Every of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

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

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