Every Light in the House played in guitar may be one of the good music you liked. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Every Light in the House by Trace Adkins” using guitar too. Yup .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

Whether you are looking for Every Light in the House guitar chords, you’ve come to the right place.

Yes, guitar is not easy to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play the music.

“Every Light in the House” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Dreamin’ Out Loud (1996)” album.

Every Light in the House by Trace Adkins Guitar Chords

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#Date: 11/22/96; 10:40:00 AM
#From: “Cardani, Daniel”
#Subject: FW: Every Light In the House
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#Every Light In The House
#Trace Adkins
[F] [C] [A#]
[F]I told you I d leave a light on
[C]In case you ever wanted to come back home
[A#]You smiled and said you appreciate the gesture [F] [C]
[F]I took your every word to heart
[C] Cause I can t stand us being apart
[A#]And just to show how much I really miss ya [F] [C]
Chorus:
[F]Every light in the house is on
[C]The backyard`s bright as the crack on dawn
[A#]The front walk looks like runway lights
[F]It s kinda like noon in the dead of night [C]
[F]Every light in the house is on
[C]Just in case you ever do get tired of being go[A#]ne
[C]Every light in the [F]house is on
If I should ever start forgetting
I ll turn the lights off one by one
So you can see that I agree it s over
But until then I want you to know
If you look south, you ll see a glow
That s me waiting at home each night to hold ya
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If you want to be master of Trace Adkins Every Light in the House guitar chords, you have to learn the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords just require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is quite based on its major counterpart.

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