I’d Rather Go Blind – Etta James Loading

“I’d rather go blind” è un brano blues scritto da Ellington Jordan (e accreditato anche a Billy Foster) che fu originariamente registrato da Etta James nel 1967, rilasciato nel 1968 e rapidamente diventato un classico della musica blues e del genere soul molto diffuso a quei tempi.

Accordi della Canzone

INTRO = LA SIm / SIm LA

VERSE 1
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LA                         SIm
 Something told me it was over
SIm                    LA
 when I saw you and her talking,
LA                         SIm
 Something deep down in my soul said, ´Cry Girl´,
SIm                           LA
 when I saw you and that girl,  walking out.


CHORUS
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LA                                   SIm
 I would rather, I would rather go blind boy,
SIm                                 LA
 Than to see you, walk away from me child, and all.
LA
Ooooo  So you see, I love you so much
SIm
 That I don't want to watch you leave me baby,
SIm                                       LA
 Most of all, I just don't, I just don't want to be free no


VERSE 2
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LA                 SIm
 I was just, I was just, I was just sitting here thinking
SIm                             LA
 Of your kisses and your warm embrace, yeah,
LA
 When the reflection in the glass
        SIm
that I held to my lips now baby,
SIm                             LA
 Revealed the tears that was on my face, yeah.


CHORUS
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LA                                  SIm
 And baby, baby, I would rather be blind boy
SIm                                                LA
 Than to see you walk away, see you walk away from me, yeah
LA                                SIm
 Baby, baby, baby, I'd rather be blind now (...)


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