Everything but Quits in guitar acoustic version can be one of the good song you loved. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Everything but Quits by Lee Ann Womack” using guitar too. Yup .. this song by can also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Everything but Quits song.

“Everything but Quits” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Call Me Crazy (2008)” album.

Everything but Quits by Lee Ann Womack Guitar Chords



[Gm] [Bb] [F] [Gm] [Bb] [F] [Gm]

Verse 1

I thought of [Bb]walkin’ out on [F]you [Gm]
Bb C (notes C,A#,A)
It’s crossed my mind a time or two
[A]Nights we almost called it a [Dm]day
G (barre) G7 (barre) Bb Gm C (notes C,A,G)
And days we almost threw our love away

Chorus 1

Gm C (barre) C7 Am
We’ve thrown around goodbyes
Called us off a [D]thousand [D7]times
[Gm]We’ve called it [C]everything but [F]quits [F7][Gm][C][Gm]
We’ve said some [C]things that [C7]hurt [Am]
But love’s always [D]had the [D7]last word
[Gm]We’ve called it [C]everything but [F]quits

[F] [G] [G7] [Bb] [C] [F] [Gm]
Verse 2

Well I might get [Bb]mad but it don’t l[F]ast[Gm]
Bb C C7 (notes C,A#,A)
Said things but always took ’em back
Like [A]all those I don’t love you’s any[Dm]more
G G7 Gm C (notes C,A,G) Gm
But anything worth havin’ is worth fightin’ for

Chorus 2

We’ve thrown [C]around good[C7]byes[Am]
Called us off a [D]thousand [D7]times
[Gm]We’ve called it [C]everything but [F]quits[F7][Gm][C][Gm]
We’ve said some [C]things that [C7]hurt
[Am]But love’s always [D]had the [D7]last word
[Gm]We’ve called it [C]everything but [F]quits[F7][D][D7][Gm]
We’ve called it [C]everything but [F]quits [Dm] [Bb] [C] [C7][F]

If you wanna study Lee Ann Womack Everything but Quits guitar chords, you have to look at 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 minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments. Every of those minor chords is quite based on its major counterpart.

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