Water In The Fuel chords

Kasey Chambers

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Capo: 2st fret

INTRO: A E D Dsus D 2x's VERSE 1: A E D Well, darling, I'm a coming down old route number sixty-seven. A E D Dsus D I just got off the turnpike avoiding the Ohio state inspection. A E D Johnny law followed me up the road, then he turned off and he let me go. A E D Dsus I guess this old truck ain't worth shutting down. A E D And your voice last night on the telephone said you wouldn't be there when I got home A E D Dsus D So, when I get to Cleveland I'm going to head back south.
A E D Dsus D Well the light keeps coming on, I've got water in the fuel. A E A E Well my brakes are gone, I got a left front tire throwing thread. D A E D Dsus D By tomorrow morning, I could be dead. Baby, maybe you been right all along.
VERSE 2: A E D You said you couldn't stay with one who was always going away, A E D Dsus And all you wanted to do was to settle down. A E D You wanted to buy that little trailer, out on the edge with the money your saving A E D With a carport, and a colour TV and no place to turn around.
A E D Dsus D Well the light keeps coming on, I've got water in the fuel. A E A E My brakes are gone, I got a left front tire throwing thread. D A E D By tomorrow morning, I could be dead. Baby, maybe you been right all along. A E D Dsus D Baby, maybe you been right all along.
BRIDGE: D E Remember that winter when the lake froze over, D E We drove out there after we'd unloaded, A E We revved that truck and we spun it 'round and 'round. D E Then we left it idling out on that ice, D We crawled in the sleeper and I held you tight. A E D Dsus D Baby, I'm sure on thin ice now.
A E D Dsus D Well the light keeps coming on, I've got water in the fuel. A E A E Well my brakes are gone, I got a left front tire throwing thread. D A E D Dsus D By tomorrow morning, I could be dead. Baby, maybe you been right all along. A E D Baby, maybe you been right all along. A E D Dsus D Baby, maybe you been right all along.