Tell Him I’m Gone played in guitar can be one of your loved music. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “Tell Him I’m Gone by Johnny Cash” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

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

“Tell Him I’m Gone” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Blood, Sweat and Tears (1963)” album.

Tell Him I’m Gone by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords

TELL HIM I’M GONE

Key of E

INTRO: E
(–no music–) E
You take this hammer take it to the capt’
[E]Hey take this [B7]hammer take it to the [E]capt’
[E]Take this hammer[A] take it to the [E]capt’
[E]You can tell him I’m gone[B7] tell him I’m [E]gone

Cause I ain’t gonna take no more kicks and whippin’s
No I ain’t gonna take no kicks and whippin’s
I ain’t gonna take no more no more of his kick’s and his whippin’s
You can tell him I’m gone, gone, gone you can tell him I’m gone

Captain call me a hard-headed devil
Well the captain call me a hard-headed devil
Well the Captain call me a hard-headed devil
And that ain’t my name that ain’t my name

Well the captain got a big gun about a ninety-nine caliber (wooooo)
Capt’ got a big gun about a ninety-nine caliber
Well the captain got a big gun about a ninety-nine caliber
He gonna shoot me down if he ever catches me gonna shoot me down

But you can tell him that I went where the gray goose goes
Tell him that I’m gone where the gray goose goes
Tell him I’m gone where the gray goose goes
Tell him I’m gone but tell him I’m gone just tell him I’m gone

Take this hammer take it to the capt’
Take this hammer take it to the capt’
(fade…………………)
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If you want to study Johnny Cash Tell Him I’m Gone guitar chords, you should to understand 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 only require tiny adjustments. Every of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart.

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