Tom Petty - Even The Losers Chords & Tabs

 

Even The Losers Chords & Tabs

Tom Petty Chords & Tabs

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Even The Losers Chords

   
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From: dennis.westlind@svet.lu.se (Dennis Westlind)

Even the Losers - Tom Petty (From the album ÒDamn the TorpedoesÓ)
dennis.westlind@svet.lu.se

(Intro) A
A            D      A         G         A
Well it was nearly summer, sat on your roof
         D        A              G
Yeah we smoked cigarettes and we stared at the moon
       D      A            G           D
And I showed you stars you never could see
                       D                  C
Babe, it couldnÕt have been that easy to forget about me
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/tom_petty/even_the_losers_crd.html ]
      D        A              G         A
Baby time meant nothinÕ anything seemed real
                D        A             G 
Yeah you could kiss like fire and you made me feel
            D   A           G         D
Like every word you said was meant to be
                       D          A       C
Babe, it couldnÕt have been that easy to forget about me

(Chorus)
                 D      A      G
Baby even the losers
     D          A        G
Get lucky sometimes
           D           A      G
Even the losers
         G     
Keep a little bit of pride
          A
They get lucky sometimes

(Solo, repeat chords as in verses 1&2)

(Bridge)
A         Asus4
Two cars parked on the overpass
A              Asus4
Rocks hit the water like broken glass
A           Asus4
Should have known right then it was too good to last
A     Asus4               G                 G
ItÕs such a drag when you live in the past

(Repeat Chorus to fade)


Dennis Westlind

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