call me on your way back home
words and music by david ryan adams
barland music (bmi)

transcribed by mr steve schenkenberg:

A few notes: Capo on 3rd fret; the G in the verses can also be a C/B
[X20030]; the F sounds best barred, since that bass note needs to be heard.

[Am] oh baby why [C/B pull-on run up to C]

do i [G] miss you like i [F] do

[C] oh [G] miss my [F] sweet

and the [C] birds all [G] singin bl [F] ue

and [Dm] why

and [E] why [pull-off on index finger]

[Am] call me on your [G] way back [C] home, dear

cause i [Dm] miss you [pull-on run up to F]

honey, i ain't nothing [C] new.
 
 

[Am] oh baby why [C/B pull-on run up to C]

did i [G] treat you like i [F] did

[C] honey, i was [G] just a [F] kid

[C] bubblegum [G] on my [F] shoe

but you [Dm] loved me

and i [E] loved you

[Am] call me on your [G] way back [C] home, dear

cause i [Dm] miss you [pull-on run up to F]

and [C] i just want to [G] die with [F] out you

oh i [C] just want to [G] die with [F] out you

yeah i [C] just want to [G] die with [F] out you

with [Dm] out you [pull-on run up to F]

honey, i ain't nothing [C] new.

corrections?
*losering*