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Intro: D  G  D  G

Verse:
G                 D                 
  Trouble, oh, trouble set me free, 
Am          C
   I have seen your face,
         Am                     C
And it's too much, too much for me
G                 D                    
  Trouble, oh, trouble, can't you see? 
Am                    C
   You're eating my heart away,
               Am                C
And there's nothing much left of me

Interlude: A  F  D     
    
Chorus:        
 E    A    G         D                   G          D
I've-----drunk your wine, you have made your world mine,
                 Am                    C
So won't you be fair, so won't you be fair?
E    A                  G       D
I--------don't want no more of you,
                 G      D   
So won't you be kind to me? 
                 Am                  C
Just let me go where, I have to go there

Verse:
G                 D                  
  Trouble, oh, trouble move away, 
Am          C 
   I have seen your face, 
          Am                 C                      
And it's too much for me to-day,
G                 D                  
  Trouble, oh, trouble can't you see 
Am           C
   you have made me a wreck ?
                 Am                 C
Now, won't you leave me in my miser-y ?

Interlude: A  F  D     
    
Chorus:        
 E    A    G         D                   G          D
I've-----drunk your wine, you have made your world mine,
                 Am                    C
So won't you be fair, so won't you be fair?
E    A                  G       D
I--------don't want no more of you,
                 G      D   
So won't you be kind to me? 
                 Am                  C
Just let me go where, I have to go there

Verse:
G                 D                  
  Trouble, oh, trouble move from me, 
Am           C
    I have paid my debt,
                Am                 C
Now won't you leave me in my miser-y ?
G                 D
  Trouble, oh, trouble, please, be kind,
Am          C                 
   I don't want no fight, and 
    Am                   C
I haven't got a lot of time
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2 Comments

  1. awesome.

  2. for beginners (like me;) using an E7 instead of an E in chorus works too. The E sounds slightly better, but the transition E7-A-G-D is easier to achieve and still sounds good.

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