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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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No Man in His Wrong Heart
by Gary Allan

Transcribed by Jody Purswell

Intro:

For the intro, listen to the song to get the timing for the first three
chords.  It will also let you know how to strum the G chord with the
hammer on's.  This is a pretty cool intro that's really easy to play.

Repeat this twice before starting the verses
         G        G
E--------3--------3---------
A--------2--0h2---2---------
D--------0-----0--0---------
G--7--5--0--------0--0h3p0--
B--8--5--0--------0---------
E--7--5--3--------3---------

G                       D/F#
On the inside flap of a matchbook cover
Em          *Harmonic     C
She made me           the kind of offer
G           D                     C
No man in a weak state could have run from
G
I tried to think
D/F#
What a gentleman would say
Em
That's turning that kind
C
Of opportunity away
G
I tried my best
   D                    C
To tell her I'm not the right one
G                  D                    G
Like no man in his wrong heart would've done

N.C.   C             G
I said no ma'am like no man would have
D
said if he wasn't in love
     G
With you the way I am
                 C                   D
It would've been easy for me to be a goner
    Em                    C                D
But something a whole lot stronger made me run
     C             D                    G  (play intro lick)
Like no man in his wrong heart would've done


       G                      D/F#
Didn't want her to think that I wasn't flattered
Em                  C
Her interest in me, believe me it mattered
G                    D                         C
So I dropped several quarters in that old juke box
        G                       D/F#
I said ñI want you to dance all night on me
     C                         D
In a lucky man's arms, whoever he might be
       G                  D                 C
Then I hit that door like I was shot from a gun
     C             D                    G
Like no man in his wrong heart wouldÍve done


I said no ma'am
like no man
Would have said if he wasn't in love
With you the way I am
It would've been easy for me to be a goner
    G                     C                D
But something a whole lot stronger made me run
Like no man in his wrong heart would've done
     G             C
Like no man in his wrong heart *Repeat and fade

*Harmonic
Strum the Em and play a 5th fret harmonic on the D and G strings.
Listen to the record to get the timing for the strumming and to place
the harmonics.


Jody Purswell - jody@agen.tamu.edu



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