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C          G            F
 If you're down on your luck
          C           F
don't get down on yourself
         G         C
it won't do you no good


C                G
 cause I've been there before,
F        Am
fought a hundred wars,
F             G            C
but I'm still fighting for you

F    C    G         C
 Elouise, why'd you leave
F      Am       G          C
please confess, confess to me
F       C     G      C
sing my song, patiently
F        Am         G   C
and I'll return, my Elouise


C         G
 Let's be Elvis and
F        C
let's be David Bern,
F         G            C
let's all learn how to dance
C         G
move your feet in time,
F        Am
put your hand in mine,
Am      G           C
we will waltz once again


F    C    G         C
 Elouise, why'd you leave
F      Am       G          C
please confess, confess to me
F       C     G      C
sing my song, patiently
F        Am         G   C
and I'll return, my Elouise


F    C    G         C
 Elouise, why'd you leave
F      Am       G          C
please confess, confess to me
F       C     G      C
sing my song, patiently
F        Am         G   C
and I'll return, my Elouise

Outro:
    C  G  F
    C  G  C
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5 Comments

  1. Sounds so good when you pluck the outside strings once (together) then the inside ones twice every chord

  2. Awesome. Sounds so good and super easy

  3. Super easy and it sounds so good!

  4. Scarlet Benoit

    Love this song!!!

  5. Awesome, thanks !

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