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    I just can't seem to get the chords right for this Norman classic. Can anyone help me out?
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    Verse :G/D/C/G/G/D/G:
    Chorus G/G/D/G/G/CMAJ/CMAJ/G/
    G/G/C/C/G/D/G/G

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    jbmando RIP HK Jim Broyles's Avatar
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    Try this:
    Intro:
    A E A Dmaj7 A A7 D Bm A E A

    Verse:
    (A E D A A E A)x 4

    Chorus:
    A A E A Dmaj7 A A7 D Bm #A E A

    Interlude:
    A E A Dmaj7 A A A7 D Bm A E A

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    A7 D Bm A E A
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    My and my guitar playing buddy often play it in G and add an Eminor to the chorus, so that it goes like this


    GGDG
    EmCCG
    GGGC
    GGDG

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    On "Fields Of November" it's in concert F#, played tuned down 1/2 step in open G. On "While Passing Along This Way," with Nancy, it's in A. That's where my arrangement came from.
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