FREE Campfire Singalong Songbook

20 classic, not-too-hard songs to enjoy with your family while you ride out the apocalypse.

Beatles - Petty - Johnny Cash - Eagles - John Denver - Dylan

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    Twice as Hard

    Black Crowes

     

    Open G tuning

    Each chord gets two beats unless otherwise noted.

     

    Intro: / G - - - / (C) - - - / x3

           / G - - - / (C) - - - /

    <

           / (F) - - - / (C) - (riff) - /

           / G - C - / x4

     

         G    C                 G    C

    Yeah    clean as a whistle     Smellin' like a rose

    G              C                   G   C

       She got no dirty little fingers   Bloodshot eyes are

    / C - - - / (F) - - - /

    gone              Tell me I'm

    / C - - - / (F) - (riff) - /

    wrong

     

    Chorus:

    G (1)    (C) (1)                G (1)                (C) (1)

    Twice as hard    As it was the first time I said goodbye

    G (1)    (C) (1)                G (1)                (C) (1)

    Twice as hard    As it was the first time I said goodbye

     

    (F) (1)                      (C) (1)

       And no one ever wanna know

                    (F) (1)                      (C) (1, w/riff)

    Love ain't funny   A crime in the wink of an eye

     

    Interlude: / G - C - / x4

     

         G       C                      G       C

    Yeah   Your sister's always singing   She plays the step child

    G      C                  G       C

       A broken little memory   Her heart was never

    / C - - - / (F) - - - /

    kind              Tell me I'm

    / C - - - / (F) - (riff) - /

    blind

     

    Chorus

     

    Solo: / G - - - / x8

     

                      / C - - - / (F) - - - /

    Bloodshot eyes are gone              Tell me I'm

    / C - - - / (F) - (riff) - /

    wrong

     

    Chorus (first half only) x2

     

    / (F) - - - / (C) - (riff) - / (riff) - /     End on G


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.