Hardee's Walnut Creek in Raleigh, N.C., back in August of '95. I think the song was written by their producer, Don Gheman (I think), and I love the song. I'm not exactly sure on the lyrics, the strength of Darius' voice kind of muffles his lyrics sometimes, so if the words don't make sense to you, they may be incorrect.Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
Introstrum on G
VerseThGere's a curve in the highway, just south oDf town WhEmere our matters roll over (?), could've fCigured I'd found (?) WiGth only his conscience, and a lonesoDme sound AnCd Jesus winding up creek (?) GoGt a wife and two kids, bringing up hDis son (?) GoEmt a woman down in Charleston, and she's Cstarting to show AnGd he's damned if he leaves her, and he's suDre damned if he don't AnCd he wonders how his life got this way....
ChorusCaDuse itG's a fine lCine inbetween right and wrong D
G CYeDah you've been crossin' over that border way too long HeEm should've seen it comin' at him right fDrom the start G NoCw there ain't no escape from a broken heaDrt G
C D G
Verse 2AnGd a call from the highway is a powerful thiDng LiEmke a pullover lover, or a child in a swinCg AnGd he's talkin' to her, only one way to explDain AnCd there both gonna have his babies now SoG how do you confess what wordsD won't explain? HeEm never intended to cause thisC much pain AnGd I feel like a farmer who's beeDn prayin' for the rain GoCt more than he bargained from the clouds.... REPEAT CHORUS
BridgeHeBm'll turn his car around tonight, go home and try to fCace the truth EvAmeryone involved's getGtin' hurt and there ain't nothingD he can do noD no no (i use to know the guitar solo but I forgot how to play it and I'm too lazy to figure it out again, but here are the chords to it in the same pattern as the chorus)
D G C
G C DHeEm should've seen it comin' at him right from the starDt G NoCw there ain't no, now there ain't no escape from a D G
ChorusFiDne Line inGbetween righCt and wrong D
G CYeDah you've been crossin' over that border way too long HeEm should've seen it comin' at him right from the staDrt G
C D GNow there ain't no escape from a broken heart NoCw there ain't no escapin' from a broken heart D G YeCah we're all gonna wind up with a broken heart D G (mCumbling) Nobody's gettin out without a brokenD heart G
C D GOkay, that's the song. Maybe someday I'll come back and put in the guitar solo, but not any time soon. If you have any questions, email is good
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