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Intro: F Gm7 Bb/F | Ebmaj9 Ebmaj9 Ebmaj9 F Gm7 Bb | Ebmaj9 Chorus: Gm7 Bb/F Once I was seven years old, Ebmaj9 My mama told me, “Go make yourself some friends F Or you’ll be lonely”, Gm7 Bb Ebmaj9 Once I was seven years old. Gm F/A Bb It was a big, big world, Eb But we thought we were bigger, Pushing each other to the limits, F Gm We were learning quicker, F/A Bb By eleven smoking herb Eb And drinking burning liquor, Never rich so we were out F To make that steady figure. Chorus: Gm F/A Bb Once I was eleven years old, Eb My daddy told me, “Go get yourself a wife F Or you’ll be lonely”, Gm F/A Bb Once I was eleven years old. Instrumental: Ebmaj9 Ebmaj Ebmajadd11+ Ebmaj Gm F/A Bb I always had that dream Eb Like my daddy before me, So I started writing songs, F Gm I started writing stories. F/A Bb Something about that glory, Eb Just always seemed to bore me, ‘Cause only those I really love F Will ever really know me. Chorus: Gm7 F/A Bb Once I was twenty years old, Ebmaj9 My story got told Before the morning sun, F When life was lonely, Gm7 F/A Bb Once I was twenty years old. Ebmaj9 (Lukas Graham!) Gm F/A Bb I only see my goals, Eb I don’t believe in failure, ‘Cause I know the smallest voices, F Gm They can make it major. F/A Bb I got my boys with me Eb At least those in favor And if we don’t meet before I leave, F I hope I’ll see you later. Chorus: Gm7 F/A Bb Once I was twenty years old, Ebmaj9 My story got told, I was writing ‘bout everything, F I saw before me, Gm7 F/A Bb Ebmaj9 Once I was twenty years old. Gm7 F/A Bb Soon we’ll be thirty years old, Ebmaj9 Our songs have been sold, We’ve traveled around the world F And we’re still roaming, Gm7 F/A Bb Ebmaj9 Soon we’ll be thirty years old. Gm Bb I’m still learning about life, Eb My woman brought children for me, So I can sing them all my songs F And I can tell them stories. Gm Most of my boys are with me, Bb Eb Some are still out seeking glory, And some I had to leave behind, Bb/D My brother, I’m still sorry. Bridge: Eb F Gm Soon I’ll be sixty years old, F My daddy got sixty-one, Remember, life and then Bb/D Your life becomes a better one. Eb I made a man so happy F Gm When I wrote a letter once, D7sus4 I hope, my children come D7 And visit once or twice a month. Chorus: Ebmaj F Gm Soon I’ll be sixty years old, F Will I think the world is cold Bb/D Or will I have a lot of children Who can warm me? Ebmaj F Gm Ebmaj9 Soon I’ll be sixty years old. Gm7 F/A Bb Soon I’ll be sixty years old, Ebmaj9 Will I think the world is cold Or will I have a lot of children F Who can hold me? Gm7 F/A Bb Ebmaj9 Soon I’ll be sixty years old. Gm Bb Once I was seven years old, Eb My mama told me, “Go make yourself some friends F Or you’ll be lonely”, Gm7 F/A Bb Ebmaj9 Once I was seven years old, Gm7 F/A Bb Once I was seven years old.
Finger notations of chords
Song chords for those who want to play the guitar very accurately and similarly to the original.
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