Midnight Train to Georgia played in guitar may be one of your loved music. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight & The Pips” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that device. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

Whether you are searching for Midnight Train to Georgia guitar chords, you just come to the perfect place.

Yups, guitar is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play the song.

“Midnight Train to Georgia” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Other Songs” album.

Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight & The Pips Guitar Chords


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Midnight Train to Georgia – Gladys Knight and the Pips


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Tabbed by: Johnny Butt

This is probably the most thorough chord tab i’ve done to date. There’s a couple
things to keep in mind:
1) Words not in parenthesis (/) are sung by Gladys
2) Words in parenthesis () are sung by the Pips
3) Words in brackets () are sung by both’
4) There is a capo on the first fret
5) For those who want to know the actual chord names:
C C# or Db
Em7 Fm7
F F# or Gb
G G# or Ab
D D# or Eb
Am A#m or Bbm

Capo 1

C Em7 F G x2

Verse 1


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[C] L.A.[Em7] [F] [G] proved
[C] too much for the [Em7]man, (Too [F]much for the man. [G] He couldn’t
[C]make it) So he’s [Em7]leavin’ the life [F] [D] he’s [G]come to know, [G7] (He said he’s
[C]goin’) He Said he’s [Em7]goin back to find [F] ([G]goin back to find)
[C]Ooh, Ooh, [Em7]Ooh what’s left of his[F] world,[G]
[C] The world he [Em7]left behind [F] [D]Not so long a[G]go.[G7]

Chorus 1


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He’s [C]leaving, [Em7](leavin) [F] On that [G]midnight train to
[C]Georgia, (Leavin’ on the [Em7]midnight train)[F][G]
[C]Said he’s goin’ back [Em7] ([F]Goin back to find) [D] To a simpler [G]place and time.
(Whenever he takes that ride) Oh yes he is ([G7]Guess who’s gonna be right by his side)
And I'[C]ll be with [Em7]him (I know you [F]will) On that [G]midnight train to
[Am]Georgia, (Leavin’ on the midnight train to [D]Georgia, Woo-woo)
[F] I’d rather live in his world ([G]Livin in his world) Than live without him in
[C]mine. (Their [Em7]world is [F]his, [G]his and hers alone)
( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/g/gladys_knight_and_the_pips/midnight_train_to_georgia_crd.html )
Verse 2


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[C] He kept [Em7]dreamin’ ([F]dreamin’) [G] That someday
[C] he’d be the [Em7]star. (A [F]superstar, but he [G]didn’t get far)
[C] But he sure found out[Em7] the hard way [F] That dream[D]s don’t alwa[G]ys
come true. (Dreams don’t always come true. [G7]Uh-uh. No. Uh-uh) So he
[C]pawned all his [Em7]hopes [F] (Ooh [G]ooh ooh ooh) and he even
[C]so[Em7]ld his old [F]car (Ooh [G]ooh ooh ooh) Bought a
[C]one way ticket ba[Em7]ck [F] To the life [D] he [G]once knew,
Oh yes he did,[G7] He said he would. Although

Chorus 2


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[C] he’s leavin ([Em7]leavin’) [F] On that [G]midnight train to
[C]Georgia, (Leavin’ on the [Em7]midnight train.)[F][G]
[C]Said he’s goin’ back to fi[Em7]nd ([F]Goin back to find) [D] A simpler [G]place and time.
(Whenever he takes that ride, [G7]guess who’s gonna be right by his side) And I’m
[C] gonna be with him [Em7] (I know you will) [F] On that [G]midnight train to
[Am]Georgia, (Leavin on the midnight train to [D]Georgia. Woo-woo!)
[F] I’d rather live in his world ([G]Live in his world) Than live without him in
[C]mine. (Their [Em7]world is [F]his, [G]his and hers alone)

chorus 3


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O[C]oh, he’s leavin[Em7] ([F]leavin) On the [G]midnight train to
[C]Georgia (Leavin on the [Em7]midnight train) Ye[F]ah, ooh lord [G]
[C]Said he’s goin back to f[Em7]ind ([F]Goin back to find)[D] Oooh, a simpler [G]place and time.
(Whenever he takes that ride, [G7]guess who’s gonna be right by his side) I’ve
[C]got to be with him[Em7] (I know you wi[F]ll) Ohhh,[G] on that midnight
[Am]train to Georgia (Leavin on the midnight train to [D]Georgia. Woo-woo)
[F] I’d rather live in his world ([G]Livin in his world) That live without him
([C]Her) in mine ([Em7]world is [F]his, [G]his and hers alone)

Outro
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[C] (One [Em7]love) One love (gonna [F]board)gonna board, (On the [G]midnight train to ride)
[C] One love (One [Em7]love) Wanna board (gonna [F]board) Gotta board (On the [G]midnight train to ride)
[C] One love (One [Em7]love) Wanna board (gonna [F]board) Uh-huh (On the [G]midnight train to ride)
[C] My world (One [Em7]love) His world (gonna [F]board) Our world is [G]mine and his alone
[C] My world (One [Em7]love) His world (gonna [F]board) Our world is [G]mine and his alone
[C] I got to go (One [Em7]love) I got to go (Gonna [F]board) I got to go (On the [G]midnight train) hey!
(repeat, fade)
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If you want to study Gladys Knight & The Pips Midnight Train to Georgia guitar chords, you should 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 only lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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