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John Hiatt - Dust Down A Country Road (Chord)
Album: Walk On (1995)
Submitter: cotswoldkid (661) on 1/10/18
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Dust Down A Country Road,
John Hiatt.
Album: Walk On.
Capo 2.

Intro: G C G C G Em D C D G C Em Am G C G C G 

G                             C             G    C G
Could not get to sleep it was on my wedding night,
      Em             D             C                     
I was tangled in the sheets, I was dreaming of a light,
                 C       D                     G                                    
Pouring from her window, coming up through the floor,
               Am7                                   D7/F#                                                                                                   
Lifting up the darkness, crashing through my kitchen door,
             G             Am7              G   C G
Down to that old oak table I went to take a look,
       Em                D              C
And my whole life passed before me just like a story book,
            D7/f#                  G          C
She used to make me breakfast, and sit around and talk,
     B7             Am7                         D7/F#
Have another cup of coffee, maybe take a little walk.

Em          D/F#    G  C                  G               
Dust down a country road,  blowing in the wind, 
                    D
Behind an old truck load,
Em7           D7/F#   G    C                     
up before the rooster crowed, there's an old dog,
Bm7            Am                  G    C G
Staring at the dust down a country road.

                                   Am7             G   C G
And that truck is going somewhere, I just can't be sure,
    Em                D          C
And tomorrow's just a day, after all that's gone before,
                     D         G                    C
I always thought of leaving, I never could stay too long,
                          Em                               D7/F#
Now her memory's catching up, and her sweet dreams are all gone.

Em          D/F#    G  C                  G               
Dust down a country road,  blowing in the wind, 
          D
Behind an old truck load,
Em7           D7/F#   G    C                     
up before the rooster crowed, there's an old dog 
Bm7            Am                  G    C G
Staring at the dust down a country road.

Break: Am7 G Em7 D C G C G/B Am7 G C G

G          Am7                        G  C G
If I had a bullet, I'd put it in this gun,
         Em        D/F#                   C                     
And I'd catch that old dog napping, and I shoot him fore he runs,
                             D              G              C
Cause he ain't much good for nothing accept staring at the dust,
                        B7      Am7                D7/F#
Lord I wonder what he's looking at, sneaking up on us.

Em          D/F#    G  C                  G               
Dust down a country road,  blowing in the wind, 
          D
Behind an old truck load,
Em7           D7/F#   G    C                                     
up before the rooster crowed, there's an old dog s
Bm7            Am  
Staring at the dust, 
Em          D/F#    G  C                  G               
Dust down a country road,  blowing in the wind, 
          d
Behind an old truck load,
Em7           D7/F#   G    C                                    
up before the rooster crowed, there's an old dog 
               Am7                 G    C G
Staring at the dust down a country road,
                 D       G/B                     
Yeah, there's an old dog staring at the,
Am                   G    C G
Dust down a country road.

Em D/F# G C G

 
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