Let the Train Blow the Whistle by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords

Wednesday, June 15th 2022. | Johnny Cash Guitar Chords

You can play Let the Train Blow the Whistle by Johnny Cash using guitar or guitar. This song by Johnny Cash can also be played by that instruments.
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Let the Train Blow the Whistle guitar chords has rhythm and included in American Recordings (1994) album.
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Let the Train Blow the Whistle by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords

[Verse 1]
[G]Well if i don’t wake up one morning and the rains pulled out and gone
[C]If you are there or not. I may not even [G]know
[G]Have a round and r[B7]emember. T[C]hings we did that weren’t so te[G]nder
[G]Let the train blow the [D7]whistle when I g[G]o
N.C.
WOO WOO

[Verse 2]
[G]On my guitar sell tickets. So someone can finally pick it
[C]And tell the girls down at the Ritz. I said he[G]llo
[G]Tell the gossipers and l[B7]iars. I w[C]ill see them in the fi[G]re
[G]Let the train blow the [D7]whistle when I g[G]o

[Chorus]
[G]Let her b[C]low, O-oh let her b[G]low
[G]Long and loud and hard and happy let her bl[D7]ow
No regre[G]ts, all my [B7]debts will be pa[C]id, when I get l[G]aid
[G]Let her blow, let h[D7]er blow, let her b[G]low

[Verse 3]
[G]You will be left without excuses. For the evils and abuses
[C]Down to today from years and years [G]ago
[G]And have yourself another [B7]toke, from my [C]basket full of s[G]moke
[G]And let the train blow the [D7]whistle when I[G] go

[Chorus]
[G]Let her b[C]low, O-oh Heyy let her b[G]low
[G]Long and loud and hard and happy, let her b[D7]low
No regr[G]ets, all my deb[B7]ts will be p[C]aid, when I get l[G]aid
[G]Let her blow, let[D7] her blow, let her b[G]low

[Outro]
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If you want to learn Johnny Cash Let the Train Blow the Whistle 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 Let the Train Blow the Whistle. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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