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You can put that pinky finger on Major Dsus on the middle and then G. Chorus I will skip it down here. C, Then you are going to get to the soul That part where it said, “Let me go home” is just “Let me go home” is G to a D to an Em and a Bm and per half the beat then a Bm per half the beat. And then I am through chorus C, B, D and then “feel” C, “so what else is in line, just lightly just stepped out the bags” C, D, C, Em, F, D. And then back to verse G, F#, Em, D, C, D, G again. F#, G, then it says, “Let me go home,” G, D, Em, Bm, C, then let us move quick D to the G. “Let me go home” to the G, D, Em, C, “I will be alright.” D “Coming back home.” I will finish with a G Like that.
So, check out the tabs. All the chord formations and everything are there. If you are confused about anything just put it in a comment and I will get those and I will comment and try to answer your question. So, thanks guys for the help. See you.