It Ain't Me, Babe by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords
You can play It Ain’t Me, Babe by Johnny Cash using guitar or guitar. This song by Johnny Cash can also be played by that instruments.
It Ain’t Me, Babe guitar chords has rhythm and included in Orange Blossom Special (1965) album.
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It Ain’t Me, Babe by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords
The other tab just didn’t do Cash any respect, here’s somethin that sounds a lot like
the original recording. Just start country pickin with your thumb, first the low E
string then the rest of the chord, in a 1-2-1-2-1-2-1-2(one, two, one , two) 4/4 rhythm.
[G]Go away from my [Am]window
[G]Leave at your own chosen sp[Am]eed
[G]I’m not the one you [Am]want, babe
I’m [G]not the one you n[Am]eed
You [G]say you’re lookin’ [Am]for someone
Who’s never [G]weak but always [Am]strong
To pro[G]tect you and de[Am]fend you
Whether [G]you are right or [Am]wrong
Some[C]one to open each and every [D]door
[ But, it ain’t me babe
[ G Am
[ No, no, no, it ain’t me babe
[ C D G
[ It ain’t me you’re lookin’ for, babe
Go lig[G]htly from the l[Am]edge babe
Go lig[G]htly on the gro[Am]und
I’m [G]not the one you w[Am]ant babe
I’ll o[G]nly let you d[Am]own
You s[G]ay you’re lookin f[Am]or someone
Who’ll p[G]romise never to p[Am]art
Someo[G]ne to close his e[Am]yes for your
Someo[G]ne to close his h[Am]eart
Some[C]one to die for you and m[D]ore!!!
You [G]say you’re lookin [Am]for someone
To p[G]ick you up each time you f[Am]all
To [G]gather flowers [Am]constantly
And[G] to come each time you [Am]call
And we’ll l[C]ove you for your life and nuthin m[D]ore….
End with the Chorus
The rest is as same as above, but a little different, but I’m sure you all can figure
tab instead of scrambling through various crppy tabs that just take up our precious
world one chord at a time…
If you want to learn Johnny Cash It Ain’t Me, Babe guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart
The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play It Ain’t Me, Babe. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.