The Next Time I’m in Town in guitar acoustic version might be one of the perfect song you loved. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “The Next Time I’m in Town by Johnny Cash” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is tough to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play The Next Time I’m in Town song.

“The Next Time I’m in Town” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Other Songs” album.

The Next Time I’m in Town by Johnny Cash Guitar Chords

Source: Johnny Cash Live at Montreux 1994 DVD

KEY: C# / CAPO: 1 / PLAY: C

VERSE:
[C]It’s been something seeing you again
[C]And in this time we’ve had to [F]spend
[F]You’ve been so good to be a[C]round
[C]I thank you for that special thrill
[C]Keeps me going on un[F]til the [G]next time I’m in [C]town

VERSE:
Though I won’t be back here for a while
I’ll hear your laughter see your smile
I’ll remember what went down
Though I don’t know how or when
I’ll be seeing you again the next time I’m in town

CHORUS:
[C]Till the [F]next time that I’ll be passing [C]through
[C]Think of [F]all the things we’ve go to look forward [C]to
[F]Checking up on old friends [C]staying up all night [Am]long
[G]Playing jukebox music [D]singing old country [G]songs
[G]Yes the [C]faces and the places range[F] across the bridge of time
[F]And change and[C] once again I’m homeward bound
[C]But there’s one thing I promise [F]you
[F]That’s another rendezvous the [G]next time I’m in [C]town

VERSE:
Yes it’s been something seeing you again
And in this time we’ve had to spend
You’ve been so good to be around
I thank you for that special thrill
Keeps me going on until the next time I’m in town
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If you wanna be master of Johnny Cash The Next Time I’m in Town guitar chords, you should to learn the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart.

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