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THE WEIGHT

The Band

A C#m D A I pulled in to Nazareth, I was feeling about half past dead. A C#m D A I just need some place where I can lay my head. A C#m D A !ey, "ister, can you tell me where a man might find a bed# A C#m D A !e just grinned, shoo$ my hand, No was all he said. A 'a$e a A 'a$e a A 'a$e a D And... )*A A%&# D load off, (anny. A%&# D load for free. A%&# D load off, (anny. A you put the load right on me. )(#m+ , )D ) *)

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I pic$ed up my bag. I went loo$ing for a place to hide. -hen I saw Carmen and the de.il wal$ing side by side. I said, !ey, Carmen, come on. /et0s go downtown. 1he said, I got to go, but my friend can stic$ around. 2refrain3 &o down, "iss "oses, there0s nothing you can say. It0s just old /u$e, and /u$e0s waiting on the judgement day. -ell, /u$e, my friend, what about young Anna /ee# !e said, Do me a fa.or, son, won0t you stay and $eep Anna /ee company. 2refrain3 Crazy Chester followed me and he caught me in the fog. !e said, I will fi4 your rac$, if you0ll ta$e 5ac$ my dog. I said, -ait a minute, Chester. 6ou $now I0m a peaceful man. !e said, 'hat0s o$ay, boy. -on0t you feed him when you can# 2refrain3 &et your Canonball now, to ta$e me down the line. "y bag is sin$ing low, and I do belie.e it0s time 'o get bac$ to "iss (anny. 6ou $now she0s the only one -ho sent me here with her regards for e.eryone. 2refrain3

Streets Of Philadelphia

Bruce Springsteen

2( ( I was I was saw my

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bruised and battered I couldn0t tell what I felt unrecognizable to myself

reflection in a window and didn0t $now my own face Am oh brother are you gonna lea.e me wasting li$e this on the 7b (%A C streets of 8hiladelphia ( I wal$ed the a.enue 0til my legs felt li$e stone Am I heard .oices of friends .anished and gone ( At night I hear the blood in my .eins Am just as blac$ and whispery as the rain on the 7b (%A C streets of 8hiladelphia 7b Dm Ain0t no angel gonna greet me 7b ( It0s just you and I my friend Am 7b C and my clothes don0t fit me no more I wal$ed a thousand miles just to slip this s$in ( 'he night is falling, I0m lying awa$e Am I can feel my self fading away ( so recei.e me brother with your fateless $iss or Am will we lea.e each other alone li$e this on the 7b (%A C streets of 8hiladelphia... 27b (%A C3 n4

Freedom

Richie Haven

7m 7m 2(reedom, (reedom 3 4 9 times 7m 7m 1ometimes I fell li$e I0m a "otherless child ,m 7m 1ometimes I fell li$e I0m a "otherless child 7m 1ometimes I fell li$e I0m a "otherless child (#m (# a long long long....way...... (#+ 7m way:ayye from my !ome.... 6eah; 2continue the same way3 (reedom, (reedom3 4 <= times 21ometimes I feel li$e I0m almost gone3 4 > times 6eah , a long long long way way:ayye from my !ome.... 6eah; 7m 2Clap your hands3 4 9 times 7m 2 6eah, 6eah3 4 <= times 7m 2I got a telephone in my bossom and i can call him up from my heart3 4 ?times 7m -hen I need my brother, I say 7rother; 2brother3 7rother; 2brother3... .....@"other 2mother3 "other 2mother3A 4 ? times 6eah...6eah... 6eah...6eah.........to fade BphewB

Eas

The !ommodores

& DC I $now it sounds funny but I just can#t &irl, I#m lea.ing here to: 1eems to me, girl, you $now I 6ou see I beg, stole and I & DC Am Am+%D 'hat#s why I#m easy I#m easy li$e 1unday morning 'hat#s why I#m easy ( C & I#m easy li$e 1unday morning & -hy in the I paid my ,.erybody I#m not @repeat chorusA 7ridge* DC world would anybody put dues to wants me to be what they happy when I try to

Am+ Am+%D stand the pain morrow done all I could borrowed

Am+ chains on me ma$e it want me to be fa$e it

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(maj+ ,m+ Dm+ C I wanna to be high, so high I wanna be free to $now the things I do are right I wanna be free, just me 7b ( 7b & ))* & DC Am+ Am+%D *)) Instrumental .erse @repeat chorusA

H"S#$T HIT %E &ET

B'(E RO)EO

*!"PO +, IN'DE* D%D%,m%C 4?

& D 6ou say that you0re lea.ing ,m C -ell that comes as no suprise & D 1till I $inda li$e this feelin ,m C:7m:A Ef being left behind 6ea this aint nothin new to me -ell it0s just li$e goin home It0s $inda li$e those sunsets 'hat lea.e you feelin 1o stoned ,m & D A !ey !ey I guess it hasn0t hit me yet ,m & I fell thru this crac$ D A And I $inda lost my head ,m & I stand transfi4ed D A 7efore this street light ,m & D :A D%D%,m%C 4? -atching the snow fall on this co:old December night I ne.er thought this could happen 7ut somehow the feeling is gone 6ou got sic$ of the patterns And I got lost in this song C!EDF1, 1E/E 2.erse chord progression3 C!EDF1, then* ,m & D A.... And out in the middle of /a$e Entario ,m & 'he same snow is falling ,m & En the deep silent water ,m & 'he great dar$ wonder & D A Into the wa.es of my heart & D A Into the wa.es of my heart D%D%,m%C, D%D%,m%C:7m:A of my heart

" !H"#GE IS GO##" !O%E

Sam !oo-e

!"PO .rd FRET 2Eriginal Gey* 7b3 Intro* (H ,bH, D+

Ierse <* & I was born by the ri.er, in a little tent, Am+ ,m Eh and, just li$e that ri.er, I0.e, been running, e.er since. & Am+ C+ 7+ It0s been a long... a long time coming, but I $now, oh:oh:oh, ,m & A change is gonna come, oh, yes it will. Ierse ?* & It0s been too hard li.ing, but I0m afraid to die, Am+ ,m 0Cos I don0t $now what0s out there, beyond the s$y. & Am+ C+ 7+ It0s been a long... a long time coming, but I $now, oh:oh:oh, ,m & A change is gonna come, oh, yes it will. Ierse >* & I go to the mo.ie and I go downtown, Am+ ,m 1omebody $eep telling meJ don0t, hang around. & Am+ C+ 7+ It0s been a long... a long time coming, but I $now, oh:oh:oh, ,m & A change is gonna come, oh, yes it will. 7ridge* Am+ &C 'hen I go to my brother, Am+ ,m And I sayJ brother, help me please. Am+ ,m 7ut he winds up, $noc$in0 me, AH D+ 7ac$ down on my $nees, oh... Ierse K* & 'here been times when I thought, I couldn0t last for long, Am+ ,m 7ut now I thin$ I0m able to, carry on.

& Am+ C+ 7+ It0s been a long... a long time coming, but I $now, oh:oh:oh, ,m & A change is gonna come, oh, yes it will. C!EDD DIA&DA"1* ::::::::::::::: (H ,AD&7, 49+994 ,m ,AD&7, =??=== ,AD&7, 4>?><= ,AD&7, 4CLCC4 ,bH ,AD&7, 4L+L+L C+ ,AD&7, =?<?== ,AD&7, >?===> 7+ ,AD&7, >??=== ,AD&7, LKLK44 D+ ,AD&7, 4=?=<> &C AH & Am+

Falling Slo/l

Performed 0

%ar-eta Irglova 1 Glen Hansard

Intro* C ( Am ( ( C ( I dont $now you but I want you C ( All the more for that C ( -ords fall through me and always fool me C ( And I can#t react Am & ( & Am &ames that ne.er amount to more than their worth & ( -ill play themsel.es out 2Chorus3 C ( Am 'a$e this sin$ing boat and point it home ( -e0.e still got time C ( Am Daise your hopeful .oice you ha.e a choice ( 6ou0.e made it $nown

C ( (alling slowly, eyes that $now me C ( And I cant go bac$ C ( "oods that ta$e me and erase me C ( And i0m painted blac$

Am & ( & Am 6ou ha.e suffered enough and warred with yourself

& ( It0s time that you won 2Chorus3 2instrumental3 Am & ( & Am <, ?, >, K.... C & Am 'a$e this sin$ing boat and point it home ( -e0.e still got time C & Am Daise your hopeful .oice you ha.e a choice ( 6ou0.e made it now C & Am (alling slowly, sing your melody ( I0ll sing it loud C & Am ( C ( Am ( ( & (

If I Should Fall Behind

Bruce Springsteen

D -e said we0d wal$ together, baby come what may D 7m 'hat come the twilight, should we lose our way & D If as we0re wal$ing, your hand should slip free 7m & D I0ll wait for you should I fall behind -ait for me D -e swore we0d tra.el, darling side by side 7m -e0d help each other, stay in stride & D 7ut each lo.er0s steps fall so different ly 7m & D 7ut I0ll wait for you And if I should f all behind wait for & D Now e.eryone dreams of a lo.e lasting and t rue & 7m 7ut you and I $now what this world can do & D 1o let0s ma$e our steps clear that the other may s ee 7m & D And I0ll wait for you If I should fall behind -ait for m

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D Now there0s a beautiful ri.er in the .alley ahead 7m 'here 0neath the oa$0s bough, soon we will be wed & D 1hould we lose each other in the shadow of the e.enings trees 7m & D I0ll wait for you and should I fall behind -ait for me 7m & D Darlin0 I0ll wait for you 1hould I fall behind -ait for me

Bad Bad 'ero

Bro/n

2im !roce

Chords* low ,* A* D* &* 7* e* &* > L L K > > D+* M L K L > M A+* L + L C L L 7+* + H + 9 + + C+* 9 <= 9 H 9 9 D+B* <= <? <= << <= <=

Intro* & D+ Ierse <* & -ell, the south side of Chicago A+ Is the baddest part of town. 7+ And if you go down there C+ D+B C+ & D+ 6ou better just beware of a man name of /eroy 7rown. & Now, /eroy more than trouble, A+ 6ou see he stand about 0bout si4 foot four. 7+ C+ All the downtown ladies call him treetop lo.er. D+B C+ & D+ All the men just call him sir. Chorus* & And he0s bad, bad, /eroy 7rown, A+ 'he baddest man in the whole damn town. 7+ C+ 7adder than old Ging Gong D+B C+ & D+ And meaner than a jun$yard dog. Ierse ?* & Now, /eroy, he a gambler, A+ and he li$e his fancy clothes. 7+ C+ And he li$e to wa.e diamond rings D+B C+ & D+ in front of e.erybody0s nose & !e got a custom Continental. A+ !e got an ,ldorado too. 7+ C+

!e got a thirty:two gun in his poc$et for fun. D+B C+ & D+ !e got a razor in his shoe. 2Depeat Chorus3 Ierse >* & -ell, (riday 0bout a wee$ ago, A+ /eroy0s shootin0 dice. 7+ C+ And at the edge of the bar sat a girl name of Doris D+B C+ & D+ and oh, that girl loo$ nice & -ell, he cast his eyes upon her A+ and the trouble soon began. 7+ C+ And /eroy 7rown, he learned a lesson 0bout messin0 D+B C+ & D+ with the wife of a jealous man 2Depeat Chorus3 Ierse K* & -ell, the two men too$ to fightin0 A+ And when they pulled them from the floor, 7+ C+ D+B C+ & D+ /eroy loo$ed li$e a jigsaw puzzle with a couple of pieces gone. 2Depeat Chorus ?Ms3 2At the end of the second chorus, don0t play the D+. 5ust ta$e the & chord into the outro.3 Eutro 7+ C 6es, you were badder than old Ging Gong D+B C+ & And meaner than a jun$yard dog. ,nd on &

Tangled (p In Blue

Bo0 ) lan

A & ,arly one morning the sun was shining A & I was laying in bed A & -ondering if she0d changed at all D 2?3 If her hair was still red A & !er fol$s, they said our li.es together A & 1ure was gonna be rough A & 'hey ne.er did li$e mama0s homemade dress D 2?3 8apa0s ban$ boo$ wasn0t big enough , (#m And I was standing on the side of the road A D Dain falling on my shoes , (#m !eading out for the ,ast coast A D /ord $nows I0.e paid some dues getting through & 2N3 D 2N3 'angled up in blue % A : : : % AsusK : : : % 24K3

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1he was married when we first met 1oon to be di.orced I helped her out of a jam, I guess 7ut I used a little too much force -e dro.e that car as far as we could Abandoned it out -est 1plit up on a dar$ sad night 7oth agreeing it was best 1he turned around to loo$ at me As I was wal$ing away I heard her say o.er my shoulder -e0ll meet again someday on the a.enue 'angled up in blue I had a job in the great north woods -or$ing as a coo$ for a spell 7ut I ne.er did li$e it all that much And one day the a4e just fell 1o I drifted down to New Erleans -here I was luc$y enough to be employed -or$ing for a while on a fishing boat Dight outside of Delacroi4 7ut all the while I was alone 'he past was close behind I seen a lot of women 7ut she ne.er escaped my mind, and I just grew

'angled up in blue 1he was wor$ing in a topless place I just $ept loo$ing at the side of her face In the spotlight so clear /ater on when the crowd thinned out I was just about to do the same 1he was standing there in bac$ of my chair 1ayin0, 'ell me, don0t I $now your name# I muttered something underneath my breath 1he studied the lines on my face I must admit I felt a little uneasy -hen she bent down to tie the laces of my shoes 'angled up in blue 1he lit a burner on the sto.e And offered me a pipe I thought you0d ne.er say hello, she said 6ou loo$ li$e the silent type And then she opened up a boo$ of poems And handed it to me -ritten by an Italian poet (rom the <>th century And e.ery one of them words rang true And glowed li$e burning coals 8ouring off e.ery page /i$e it was written in my soul from me to you 'angled up in blue I li.ed with them on "ontague street In a basement down the stairs 'here was music in the cafOs at night And re.olution in the air And then he started into dealing with sla.es And something inside of him died 1he had to sell e.erything she owned And froze up inside And when one day the bottom fell out I became withdrawn 'he only thing I $new how to do -as to $eep on $eepin0 on li$e a bird that flew 'angled up in blue 1o now I0m going bac$ again I got to get to her somehow All the people we used to $now 'hey0re an illusion to me now 1ome are mathematicians 1ome are carpenter0s wi.es Don0t $now how it all got started I don0t $now what they0re doing with their li.es "e, I0m still on the road !eaded for another joint -e always did feel the same -e just saw it from a different point of .iew 'angled up in blue One %on-e Gillian Welch

Intro* Am, (, Am, (, , 4? Am Ene mon$ey don0t stop the show ( Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Am Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show (, , -hoa, so get on board 2-hen singing, hold the -hoa , listen to the song3 Am !ere comes the freight train ( !ere comes the freight train C & !ere comes the freight train (, , 1o, get on board Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board 2all as before3 D Am 'here is a purpose, a running $eep D ( & 'here is a Captain, with a steady wheel ( -heel Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board 2as 7efore3 Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board 2as before3 !ere comes the slow train !ere comes the slow train !ere comes the slow train 1o get on board 2As !ere comes the freight train abo.e3 Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board 2As abo.e3 1he#s at the station, running slow Deady for lea.inJ she#s gonna go &o 2as 'here is a purpose, a running $eep Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show 2 As abo.e, e4cept 8alm mute some of it. 8owerful *:33 InterludeJ Am, (, Am, (, , 4< !ere comes the freight train !ere comes the freight train !ere comes the freight train

abo.e3

1o, get on board 2As abo.e3 Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show Ene mon$ey don#t stop the show -hoa, so get on board 2As abo.e3 !ere comes the freight train !ere comes the freight train 1o, get on board 2as abo.e3

While %

Guitar Gentl

Weeps

The Beatles

Intro* 2,3 Ierse <*

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I loo$ at you all, see the lo.e, there that0s sleeping 2Am3 2&3 2D3 2,3 -hile my guitar gently weeps 2Am3 2Am+3 2(3 I loo$ at the floor, and I see it needs sweeping 2Am3 2&3 2C3 2,3 1till my guitar gently weeps Chorus <* 27m3 2A3 2C#m3 2(#m3 2C#m3

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I don0t whyyy:hy::hy 27m3 !ow to unfold your lo.e 2A3 2C#m3

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2(#m3

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I don0t $now hoo:oo:oow 27m3

1omeone controlled you 2,3

!ORTE3 The 4iller

#eil &oung

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'in soldiers and Ni4on coming, -e0re finally on our : own 'his 1ummer I hear the drumming, (our dead in : E : hi : o C!EDF1* &m+2I3 C &otta get down to it, soldiers are cutting us down &m+2II3 C9th 1hould ha.e been done long ago &m+2I3 C -hat if you $new her and, found her dead on the ground &m+2II3 C9th !ow can you run when you $now# D<=th 28lay IN'DE3 I,D1,* /a la la la, la la, la la /a la la la, la la, la /a la la la, la la, la la /a la la la, la la, la D<=th C!EDF1 Depeat I,D1, < Depeat last line a few times

Hard Sun

5 Eddie 6edder

*!apo +, DC&D -hen I wal$ beside her I am the better man -hen I loo$ to lea.e her I always stagger bac$ again Ence I built an I.ory tower so I could worship from abo.e -hen I climb down to be set free she too$ me in again DAm&D there0s a big A big beaten on the big people in the big hard world -hen she comes to greet me 1he is mercy at my feet -hen I see her pin her charm 1he just throws it bac$ at me Ence I dug an early gra.e 'o find a better land 1he just smiled and laughed at me And too$ her bruise bac$ again there0s a bigQ 2M?3 "usical interludeQ -hen I go across that ri.er 1he is comfort by my side -hen I try to understand 1he just opens up her hands "usical interlude 'here#s a bigQ Ence I stood to lose her when I saw what I had done bound down and flew away the hours of her garden and her sun so I tried to warn her I turned to see her weep K= days and K= nights and it0s still coming down on me there0s a bigQ

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Radiohead

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F"4E P'"STI! TREES

Radiohead (#m , D

A !er green plastic wateringcan (or her fa$e chinese rubberplant A D In fa$e plastic earth A 'hat she bought from a rubberman , In a town full of rubberplants A D 'o get rid of itself 7m A It wears her out 2K43 1he li.es with a bro$en man A crac$ed polysterene man -ho just crumbles and burns !e used to do surgery (or girls in the eighties 7ut gra.ity always wins and It wears him out 2K43

(#m D

1he loo$s li$e the real thing 1he tastes li$e the real thing "y fa$e plastic lo.e 7ut I can0t help the feeling I could blow through the ceiling If I just turn and run It wears me out 2K43

7m If I could be what you wanted A If I could be what you wanted 7m All the time

Three 'ittle Birds

Bo0 %arle

Intro* A A A A Chorus* A Don0t worry, about a thing D A Cause0 e.ery little thing, gonna be alright 2A3 1ingin0 don0t worry, about a thing D A Cause0 e.ery little thing, gonna be alright Ierse* A Dise up this mornin0 , 1mile with the rising sun D A three little birds pirch by my doorstep 2A3 1ingin0 sweet songs , of melodys pure and true D A sayin0, this my message to you:oo:oo Chorus* A 1ingin0 don0t worry, about a thing D A Cause0 e.ery little thing, 2is3 gonna be alright 2A3 1ingin0 don0t worry, 2don0t worry3 about a thing A Cause0 e.ery little thing, gonna be alright 2Ierse3 2Chorus3 2Chorus3 2Chorus3(ade

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Hurt #ine Inch #ails Am C D Chorus%7ridge* e)::>::::>::::<::::>::::) 7)::>::::>::::<::::<::::) &)::=::::?::::?::::=::::) D)::=::::?::::>::::?::::) A)::?::::=::::>::::>::::) ,)::>::::=::::<::::=::::) /yrics* Ierse <* I hurt myself today to see if I still feel I focus on the pain the only thing that0s real the needle tears a hole the old familiar sting try to $ill it all away but I remember e.erything Chorus* what ha.e I become# my sweetest friend e.eryone I $now goes away in the end you could ha.e it all my empire of dirt I will let you down I will ma$e you hurt Ierse ?* I wear my crown of thorns on my liar0s chair full of bro$en thoughts I cannot repair beneath the stain of time the feeling disappears you are someone else I am still right here Chorus* what ha.e I become# my sweetest friend e.eryone I $now goes away in the end you could ha.e it all my empire of dirt I will let you down I will ma$e you hurt 7ridge* if I could start again a million miles away I would $eep myself I would find a way

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I,D1, < D D:A D D:A /oo$ing out at the road rushing under my wheels D D A D D:A /oo$ing bac$ at the years gone by li$e so delmany summer fields D D:A D D:A In si4ty:fi.e I was se.enteen and running up <=< D A%C# , I don0t $now where I0m running now, I0m just running on C!EDF1 D%A A 2Dunning on3 Dunning on empty D%A A 2Dunning on3 Dunning blind D%A A (#m 2Dunning on3 Dunning into the sun, but running behind. I,D1, ? &otta do what you can just to $eep your lo.e ali.e 'rying not to confuse it with what you do to sur.i.e In si4ty:nine I was twenty:one and called the road my own I don0t $now when that road turned onto the road I0m on. C!EDF1 <4 IN'DE 2with slide guitar3 7DID&, (#m D , A ,.eryone I $now, e.erywhere I go (#m , D 8eople need some reason to belie.e A I don0t $now about anyone but me (#m D , A If it ta$es all night, that0ll be all right D , D C#m 7m A (#m , If I can get you to smile before I lea.e I,D1, > /oo$ing out at the road rushing under my wheels I don0t $now how to tell you all just how crazy this life feels I loo$ around for the friends I used to turn to pull me through /oo$ing into their eyes I see them running too C!EDF1 <4 I,D1, K D A !oney you really tempt me, 6ou $now the way you loo$ so $ind D , D C#m 7m A (#m , I0d lo.e to stic$ around but I0m running behind D , D C#m 7m A (#m , 6ou $now I don0t e.en $now what I0m hoping to find D A%C# D C#m 7m A Dunning into the sun but I0m running behind. ,NDIN& )D )D:A pattern <? times 2with slide guitar solo3 )D ), )D C#m 7m )A

'earning To Fl

Tom Pett

Intro* @( C Am &A M K ( C Am & ( C Am & -ell I started out, down a dirty road ( C Am & ( C Am & 1tarted out all alone ( C Am & ( C Am & And the sun went down, as I crossed the hill ( C Am & ( C Am & As the town lit up, the world got still Chorus* ( C Am & ( C Am & I#m learning to fly, but I ain#t got wings ( C Am & ( C Am & Coming down is the hardest thing ( C Am & ( C Am & -ell the good ol# days, may not return ( C Am & ( C Am & And the roc$s may melt and the sea may burn 2Chorus3 2solo3 ( C Am & ( C Am & -ell some say life will beat you down, ( C Am & ( C Am & 7rea$ your heart, steal your crown ( C Am & ( C Am & 1o I started out, for god $nows where ( C Am & ( C Am & I guess I#ll $now when I get there ( C Am & ( C Am & I#m learning to fly, around the clouds, ( C Am & ( C Am & 7ut what goes up must come down

Roc-et %an

Elton 2ohn7 Bernie Taupin

,m+ AH 1he pac$ed my bags last night : pre:flight ,m+ AH Sero hour, nine A.". C & Am D And I0m gonna be high as a $ite by then ,m+ AH I miss the earth so much, I miss my wife ,m+ AH It0s lonely out in space C & Am D En such a timeless flight as this & C C!EDF1* And I thin$ it0s gonna be a long long time & 'il touchdown brings me 0round to find C I0m not the man they thin$ I am at home & AH Eh no, no, no, I0m a roc$et man C & Doc$et man, burnin0 out his up here alone ,m+ AH "ars ain0t the $inda place to raise your $ids ,m+ AH In fact it0s cold as hell C & Am D And there0s no one there to raise them if you did ,m+ AH And all this science, I don0t understand ,m+ AH It0s just my job fi.e days a:wee$ C & Am D Doc$et man : : : roc$et man & C C!EDF1* And I thin$ it0s gonna be a long long time & ' T'il touchdown brings me 0round to find C I0m not the man they thin$ I am at home & AH Eh no, no, no, I0m a roc$et man C & Doc$et man, burnin0 out his up here alone C & And I thin$ it0s gonna be a long long time

4eep %e In &our Heart Warren 3evon Written 0 Warren 3evon 1 2orge Calderon & &maj+ CaddH &%7 A+susK D+ ,)::::>:::::::?:::::::>:::::::>:::::::>::::::?::) 7)::::>:::::::>:::::::>:::::::>:::::::>::::::<::) &)::::=:::::::=:::::::=:::::::=:::::::=::::::?::) D)::::=:::::::=:::::::4:::::::=:::::::?::::::=::) A)::::4:::::::4:::::::>:::::::?:::::::=:::::::::) ,)::::>:::::::>:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::) I,D1, < & &maj+ CaddH & 1hadows are falling and I#m running out of breath CaddH & Geep me in your heart for a while & &maj+ CaddH & If I lea.e you it doesn#t mean I lo.e you any less CaddH & Geep me in your heart for a while I,D1, ? -hen you get up in the morning and you see that crazy sun Geep me in your heart for a while 'here#s a train lea.ing nightly called when all is said and done Geep me in your heart for a while C!EDF1 2same chords as .erse3 1ha:la la:la:la la:la:li li:lo Geep me in your heart for a while 1ha:la la:la:la la:la:li li:lo Geep me in your heart for a while IN',D/FD, 2guitar U tres instrumental3 I,D1, > 1ometimes when you#re doing simple things around the house "aybe you#ll thin$ of me and smile 6ou $now I#m tied to you li$e the buttons on your blouse Geep me in your heart for a while 7DID&, CaddH &%7 !old me in your thoughts, ta$e me to your dreams A+susK & 'ouch me as I fall into .iew CaddH &%7 -hen the winter comes $eep the fires lit A+susK D+ And I will be right ne4t to you I,D1, K ,ngine dri.er#s headed north to 8leasant 1tream Geep me in your heart for a while 'hese wheels $eep turning but they#re running out of steam Geep me in your heart for a while C!EDF1 1ha:la la:la:la la:la:li li:lo Geep me in your heart for a while 1ha:la la:la:la la:la:li li:lo Geep me in your heart for a while CaddH & Geep me in your heart for a while

Have a 'ittle Faith in me

2ohn Hiatt

( Dm 7b ( Dm 7b ( -hen the road gets dar$ And you can no longer see /et my lo.e throw a spar$ baby And ha.e a little faith in me And when the tears you cry Are all you can belie.e 5ust gi.e these lo.ing arms a try And ha.e a little faith in me. ( C Dm ( 7b C (&A77C !a.e a little faith in me !a.e a little faith in me ( C Dm ( 7b C (&A77C !a.e a little faith in me !a.e a little faith in me -hen your secret heart Cannot spea$ so easily Come here darlin0, from a whisper start 'o ha.e a little faith in me And when your bac$0s against the wall 5ust turn around and you will see I will catch, I will catch your fall, baby 1o ha.e a little faith in me Depeat chorus, e4cept on the last line* -ell I been lo.ing you such a long time now e4pecting nothing in return, 5ust for you to ha.e a little faith in me 6ou see time, time is our friend, 0Cause for us there is no end And all you gotta do is ha.e a little faith in me I said I will hold you up, I will hold you up, Cause your lo.e gi.es me strength enough so ha.e a little faith in me.

#OT )"R4 &ET

BOB )&'"#

, C#m A%, , 1hadows are falling and I been here all day C#m A%, , It0s too hot to sleep and time is running away 7 A , (eel li$e my soul has turned into steel , C#m A , I0.e still got the scars that the sun didn0t heal 7 A , C#m 'here0s not e.en room enough to be anywhere A , It0s not dar$ yet, but it0s getting there -ell my sense of humanity is going down the drain 7ehind e.ery beautiful thing, there0s been some $ind of pain 1he wrote me a letter and she wrote it so $ind 1he put down in writin0 what was in her mind I just don0t see wh y I should e.en care It0s not dar$ yet, but it0s getting there -ell I been to /ondon and I been to gay 8aris I followed the ri.er and I got to the sea I0.e been down to the bottom of a world full of lies I ain0t loo$in for nothin0 in anyone0s eyes 1ometimes my burden is more than I can bear It0s not dar$ yet, but it0s getting there I was born here and I0ll die here, against my will I $now it loo$s li$e I0m mo.in0 but I0m standin0 still ,.ery ner.e in my body is so na$ed and numb I can0t e.en remember what it was I came here to get away from Don0t e.en hear the murmur of a prayer It0s not dar$ yet, but it0s getting there

Happ

8mas *War Is Over, 2ohn 'ennon

, 1o this is Christmas (#m And what ha.e you done 7 Another year o.er , And a new one just begun A And so this is Christmas 7m I hope you ha.e fun , 'he near and the dear one A 'he old and the young Chorus* D A .ery merry Christmas , And a happy New 6ear 7m /et#s hope it#s a good one A -ithout any fear And so this is Christmas (or wea$ and for strong (or rich and the poor ones 'he world is so wrong And so happy Christmas (or blac$ and for white (or yellow and red ones /et#s stop all the fight Depeat Chorus And so this is Christmas And what ha.e we done Another year o.er A new one just begun And so happy Christmas -e hope you ha.e fun 'he near and the dear one 'he old and the young Depeat Chorus , -ar is o.er, (#m If you want it 7 -ar is o.er , Now

Bo0ca geon !apo +st fret

The Tragicall

Hip

& Am & Am I left your house this morning about a Vuarter after nine & Am & Am Coulda been the -illie Nelson, coulda been the wine 7m C -hen I left your house this morning & AB It was a little after nine 7m C It was in 7obcaygeon I saw the constellations & AB De.eal themsel.es one star at a time & AB & AB & AB & AB Dro.e bac$ to town this morning with wor$ing on my mind & AB I thought of maybe Vuitting & AB 'hought of lea.ing it behind 7m C -ent bac$ to bed this morning & AB And as I0m pulling down the blind 7m C 'he s$y was dull and hypothetical & AB And falling one cloud at a time ,m C 'hat night in 'oronto with its chec$erboard floors & D Diding on horsebac$ and $eeping order restored ,m 'il the men they couldn0t hang C 1tepped to the mic and sang D And their .oices rang with that Aryan twang & AB & AB 2 M ? 3 I got to your house this morning just a little after nine In the middle of that riot Couldn0t get you off my mind 1o I0m at your house this morning 5ust a little after nine Cause it was in 7obcaygeon where I saw the constellations De.eal themsel.es one star at a time.

!ousin %ar

Fludd

A 7m D A Cousin "ary was a lady who could really hold her own A 7m 1he went fighting her her country D A 1he went fighting for her home , (#m 'hen there0s the time she lost her husband 7m+ (#m !e was fighting for the right A 7m 1he0ll be lea.ing in the morning D A -on0t you please say goodnight A 7m D A 2harmonica pattern3 A 7m All the money in the world D A Couldn0t tie old "ary down D 7m you can belie.e her when she tells you D A she0s had her turn around , (#m 'here could be $nights and $ings in armour 7m+ (#m !orses waiting just to fight A 7m 1he0ll be lea.ing in the morning D A won0t you please say goodnight A 7m 1he0ll be lea.ing in the morning D A wont0 you please say goodnight , A ohhhh lo.ely lady , A 7m D Ehhhh lo.ely lady always out there 2pause3 A 7m 1he0ll be lea.ing in the morning D A -on0t you please ta$e good care A 7m D A 2harmonica3 , A Eh lo.ely lady , A Eh lo.ey lady 7m D Always out there 2pause3 A 7m 1he0ll be lea.ing in the morning D A -on0t you please ta$e good care A 7m D A 2harmonica3

TO4&O

Bruce !oc-0urn

, =??<== 7%, =?KK== (#m%, =KK?== D%, ==??== 2I don0t thin$ this is the right name for this chord but what the hec$.3 In the chorus barr the A on the fifth fret and the 7 on the 1e.enth. , 7%, 'hey0re getting prepared to haul a car out of the ri.er (#m%, , Noise and smo$e and concrete seem to be going on fore.er 7%, &rinding gears and dri.ers getting high on e4haust (#m%, D%, I0m thin$ing about the water down below and what got lost , % % % 7%, % % % (#m%, % % % , % % %

, 7%, 8achin$o jingle and space torpedo beams (#m%, , Comic boo$ .iolence and escaping steam 7%, &ray suited businessmen pissing against the wall (#m%, D%, Cut to crumbling guard rail, slow motion car fall , A 7 (#m Eh 'o$yo, I ne.er can sleep in your arms , A 7 (#m "ind $eeps on ringing li$e a fire alarm , A "e and all these other dice 7 (#m 7ouncing around in the cup , A Did you ha.e to show me that accident scene 7 (#m Didn0t I get enough sha$ing up A (#m 1till I0m going to miss you Dragon of good fortune struggles with the tric$ster fo4 ,nergy and patience the power of the buc$ 'onight I0m flying headlong to meet the dar$ red edge of dawn I $now somebody will be crying and somebody will be gone Eh 'o$yo, I ne.er can sleep in your arms "ind $eeps on ringing li$e a fire alarm "e and all these other dice 7ouncing around in the cup Did you ha.e to show me that accident scene Didn0t I get enough sha$ing up 1till I0m going to miss you

The Times The

"re " !hangin$

Bo0 ) lan

& ,m C & Come gather 0round people where.er you roam & Am C D And admit that the waters around you ha.e grown & ,m C & And accept it that soon you0ll be drenched to the bone & Am D If your time to you is worth sa.in0 D D+ & D 'hen you better start swimmin0 or you0ll sin$ li$e a stone, & C D & (or the times, they are a chang : in0 Come writers and critics who prophecize with your pen And $eep your eyes wide the chance won0t come again And don0t spea$ too soon for the wheel0s still in spin And there0s no tellin0 who that it0s namin0 (or the loser now will be later to win (or the times they are a:changin0 Come mothers and fathers throughout the land And don0t criticize what you don0t understand 6our sons and your daughters are beyond your command 6our old road is rapidly agin0 8lease get out of the new one if you can0t lend a hand (or the times they are a:changin0 Come senators, congressmen please heed the call Don0t stand in the doorway, don0t bloc$ up the hall (or he that gets hurt will be he who has stalled 'here0s a battle outside and it0s ragin0 It0ll soon sha$e your windows and rattle your walls (or the times they are a:changin0 'he line it is drawn the curse it is cast 'he slow one now will later be fast As the present now will later be past 'he order is rapidly fadin0 And the first one now will later be last (or the times they are a:changin0

Gentle on m

mind

2ohn Hartford

C Cmaj+ CC Cmaj+ Dm It0s $nowing that your door is always open and your path is free too wal$ Dm+ &+ C 'hat ma$es me tend to lea.e my sleeping bag rolled up and stashed behind your C couch Cmaj+ CC Cmaj+ And it0s $nowing I0m not shac$led by forgotten words and bonds C Cmaj+ Dm And the in$ stains that ha.e dried upon some line Dm+ DmC Dm+ 'hat $eeps you on the bac$ roads by the ri.ers of my memory Dm Dmaj+ Dm+ &+ C 'hat $eeps you e.er &entle on "y "ind. It0s not clingin0 to the roc$s and i.y 8lanted on their columns now that bind me Er something that somebody said because 'hey thought we fit together wal$in0 It0s just $nowing that the world -ill not be cursing or forgi.ing -hen I wal$ along some railroad trac$ and find 'hat you0re mo.in0 on the bac$ roads 7y the ri.ers of my memory And for hours you0re just gentle on my mind 'hough the wheat fields and the clothes lines And the jun$yards and the highways come between us And some other woman0s cryin0 to her mother 0cause she turned and I was gone I still might run in silence 'ears of joy might stain my face And the summer sun might burn me till I0m blind 7ut not to where I cannot see 6ou wal$in0 on the bac$ roads 7y the ri.ers flowin0 gentle on my mind I dip my cup of soup bac$ from a gurglin0 crac$lin0 cauldron In some train yard "y beard a rustlin0 coal pile And a dirty hat pulled low across my face 'hrough cupped hands 0round a tin can I pretend to hold you to my breast and find 'hat you0re waitin0 from the bac$ roads 7y the ri.ers of my memory ,.er smilin0, e.er gentle on my mind

I9m on Fire

Bruce Springsteen

Ierse <* & !ey little girl, is your daddy home Did he go and lea.e you all alone C ,m I#.e got a bad desire, C D & Eh I#m on fire Ierse ?* & 'ell me now baby is he good to you And can he do to you the things that I do C ,m I can ta$e you higher C D & Eh, I#m on fire b Ierse >* C 1ometimes it#s li$e someone too$ a $nife baby edgy and dull ,m And put a si4 $nife .alley through the middle of my s$ull & At night I wa$e up with the sheets soa$ing wet and a freight train running through the middle of my head, C and you C ,m 6ou cool my desire, C D & Eh, I#m on fire C D & Eh, I#m on fire (ade out

Hello In There

2ohn Prine

C Dm & C Dm & -e had an apartment in the city, C Dm & "e and /oretta li$ed li.ing there. Cmaj+ C ( It0d been years since the $ids had grown, C & A life of their own and left us alone. C Dm & 5ohn and /inda li.e in Emaha, C Dm & And 5oe is somewhere on the road. Cmaj+ ( -e lost Da.y in the Gorean war, C & And still don0t $now what for, don0t matter anymore. 7b C 6a $now old trees just grow stronger, 7b C And old ri.ers grow wilder e.0ry day. ,m ( Eld people just grow lonesome C & C -aiting for someone to say, !ello in there, hello. "e and /oretta, we don0t tal$ much more, 1he sits and stares through the bac$ door screen. And all the news just repeats itself /i$e some forgotten dream that we0.e both seen. 1omeday I0ll go and call up Dudy, -e wor$ed together at the factory. 7ut what could I say if as$s -hat0s new# Nothing, what0s with you# Nothing much to do. 6a $now old trees just grow stronger, And old ri.ers grow wilder e.0ry day. Eld people just grow lonesome -aiting for someone to say, !ello in there, hello. 1o if you0re wal$ing down the street sometime And spot some hollow ancient eyes, 8lease don0t just pass 0em by and stare As if you didn0t care, say, !ello in there, hello.

Sister Goldenhair @C#mA @C#mA @AA @7A

"merica @,A @AA @,susA @,A @(#mA

-ell I @,Atried to ma$e it 1unday but I @&#mAgot so damned depressed 'hat I @AAset my sights on @,A"onday and I @&#mAgot myself undressed I ain0t @AAready for the @(#mAalter, but I @C#mAdo be@&#mAlie.e there0s @AAtimes -hen a @(#mAwoman sure can @AAbe a friend of @,Amine @,susA @,A -ell I @,A$eep on thin$in bout you sister @&#mAgolden hair surprise 'hat I @AAjust can0t li.e with@,Aout you can0t you @&#mAsee it in my eyes I0.e been @AAone poor corre@(#mAspondent, I0.e been @C#mAtoo too @&#mAhard to @AAfind 7ut it @(#mAdoesn0t mean you @AAain0t been on my @,Amind @,susA @,A Wc*ChorusX -ill @,Aend -ill @,Acare -ell @AAjust can0t Wc*IntroX -ell I @,A$eep on thin$in bout you sister @&#mAgolden hair surprise 'hat I @AAjust can0t li.e with@,Aout you can0t you @&#mAsee it in my eyes I0.e been @AAone poor corre@(#mAspondent, I0.e been @C#mAtoo too @&#mAhard to @AAfind 7ut it @(#mAdoesn0t mean you @AAain0t been on my @,Amind @,susA @,A you @7Ameet me in the middle will you @AAmeet me in the you @7Alo.e me just a little just e@AAnough to show you I @(#mAtried to fa$e it I @&#mAdon0t mind saying I ma$e it

Once I Was

Tim Buc-le

B 'his can be easily played with a capo at the first fret B using these chords* B C (maj+ Am ( & C# (#maj+ 24>3 C# (#maj+ 2493 2Ence I was a...3 A#m (# &# 2And sometimes...3 ; . . . . . ; . . . . . ; . . . . . ; . . . . . A#m &# A#m 2-ill you e.er...3 C# (#maj+ 24?3 Ence I was a soldier And I fought on foreign sands for you Ence I was a hunter And I brought home fresh meat for you Ence I was a lo.er And I searched behind your eyes for you 1oon there0ll be another 'o tell you I was just a lie And sometimes I wonder 5ust for a while -ill you remember me# And though you ha.e forgotten All of our rubbish dreams I find myself searching 'hrough the ashes of our ruins All the days when we smiled And the hours I ran wild -ith the magic of our eyes And the silence of our words 1ometimes I wonder 5ust for a while -ill you e.er remember me# ,.er remember me#

THE #IGHT THE& )RO6E O') )I8IE )OW#

The Band

@CA @AmA Iirgil @C%&ACaine is the name, and I ser.e@(Ad on th@(%,Ae Dan.ill@DmAe train, @AmA 0'il 1toneman0@C%&As Cal.ery came an@(Ad tore up th@(%,Ae trac$s@DmA again. @Am%,A In the winter o@(Af 0CL, -e wer@CAe hungry, jus@DmAt barely ali.e. @Am%,A 7y "ay the tenth@(A, Dichmond had fell, it0s a ti@CAme I @DmAremember, oh s@DAo well, Wc*ChorusX 'he @C%&ANight 'hey Dr@(maj+Ao.e Eld Di4ie @C%&ADown, and the @(maj+Abells were ringing, 'he @C%&ANight 'hey @(maj+ADro.e Eld Di4ie @C%&ADown, and the @(maj+Apeople were singin0. 'hey went @C%&A/a, /a, /a, @AmA/a, /a, /a, @&susKA/a, /a, /a, /a, /a, /a, @(A /a, /a, @AmA 7ac$ with my wife i@CAn 'ennessee, -he@(An one day sh@(%,Ae called t@DmAo me, @AmA Iirgil@CA, Vuic$, come see@(A, there goe@(%,As Dobert ,@DmA. /ee; @Am%,A Now I don0t min@(Ad choppin0 wood, and @CAI don0t care if th@DmAe money0s no good. @Am%,A 6a ta$e what ya need and y@(Aa lea.e the rest, 7ut the@CAy ne.er should ha.@DmAe ta$en the .er@DAy best. 2Chorus3 @AmA /i$e my father @CAbefore me@(A, I wil@(%,Al wor$ th@DmAe land, @AmA /i$e my brothe@CAr abo.e me@(A, who too$ @(%,Aa rebe@DmAl stand. @Am%,A !e was just eighteen@(A, proud and bra.e,@CA 7ut a 6an$ee laid hi@DmAm in his gra.e, @Am%,A I swear by the mud @(Abelow my feet, 6o@CAu can0t raise a Caine bac@DmA$ up when he0s in @DAdefeat. 2Chorus and fade3

"merican Pie

)on %c'ean

A @&Along @DAlong @,m+Atime ago @AmAI can still re@CAmember how that @,mAmusic used to ma$e me @DAsmile And @&AI $new @DAif I had @,m+Amy chance that @AmAI could ma$e those @CApeople dance and @,mAmaybe they0d be @CAhappy for a @DAwhile.@,mA 7ut (ebruary @AmAmade me shi.er @,mA-ith e.ery paper @AmAI0d deli.er @CA7ad news @&:7Aon the @AmAdoorstep I c@CAouldn0t ta$e one @DAmore step I @&Acan0t re@DAmember if I @,mAcried -hen I @Am+Aread about his @DAwidowed bride 7ut @&Asomething @DAtouched me deep inside 'he @CAday the @D+A"usic @&ADied @C:&A @&A 1o Chorus @&Abye @CAbye "iss A@&American @DA8ie Dro.e my @&Ache.y to the @CAle.y 7ut the @&Ale.y was @DAdry And them @&Agood old @CAboys were drin$ing @&Awhis$ey and @DArye 1ingin0 @,mAthis0ll be the day that I @A+Adie @,mAthis0ll be the day that I @D+Adie. WeocX @&ADid you write the @AmAboo$ of lo.e And do @CAyou ha.e faith in @AmA&od abo.e# @,mA If the 7ible @DAtells you so. Do @&Ayou be@DAlie.e in @,mADoc$ 0n Doll# Can @Am+Amusic sa.e your @CAmortal soul# And @,mAcan you teach me @A+Ahow to dance @DAreal slow# -ell, I @,mA$now that you0re in @DAlo.e with him 0cause I @,mAsaw you dancin0 @DAin the gym 6ou @CAboth $ic$ed @&:7Aoff your @A+Ashoes "an, I @CAdig those rythmny @D+Ablues I was a @&Alonely @DAteenage @,mAbroncin0 buc$ -ith a @AmApin$ carnation and a @CApic$up truc$. 7ut @&AI $new @DAI was @,mAout of luc$ 'he @CAday the @D+Amusic @&Adied@CA I started singin# Chorus

@&ANow for ten years we0.e been @AmAon our own And @CAmoss grows fat on a @AmArollin0 stone @,mA 7ut that0s not how it @DAused to be -hen the @&Ajester @DAsang for the @,mAGing and Yueen In a @Am+Acoat he borrowed @CAfrom 5ames Dean And a @,mA.oice that @A+Acame from @DAyou and me Eh, and @,mAwhile the Ging was @DAloo$ing down 'he @,mAjester stole his @DAthorny crown 'he @CAcourtroom @&:7Awas ad@A+Ajourned No @CA.erdict was re@D+Aturned And while @&A/ennon @DAread a @,mAboo$ of "ar4 'he @AmAcourt $ept practice @CAin the par$ And @&Awe sang @DAdirges @,mAin the dar$ 'he @CAday the @D+A"usic @&ADied.@CA Chorus

@&A!elter:1$elter in a @AmAsummer @AmAswelter 'he @CA7yrds flew off with a @AmAfallout shelter @,mA,ight "iles !igh and @DAfalling fast It @&Alanded @DAfoul out @,mAon the grass 'he @Am+Aplayers tried @CAfor a forward pass 7ut the @,mAjester0s @A+Aon the sidelines @DAin a cast Now the @,mAhalf:time air was @DAsweet perfume -hile the @,mAsargeants played a @DAmarching tune @CA-e all @&:7Agot up to @A+Adance 7ut we @CAne.er got @D+Athe chance 0cause the @&Aplayers @DAtried to @,mAta$e the field 'he @AmAmarching band re@CAfused to yield @&ADo you @DArecall @,mAwhat was re.eiled the @CAday the @D+A"usic @&ADied#@CA @&A -e started singing Wc*chorusX @&AEh, and there we were all @AmAin one place A @CAgeneration @AmA/ost in 1pace @,mA-ith no time left to @DAstart again 1o come on, @&A5ac$ be nimble @,mA5ac$ be Vuic$ 5ac$ @Am+A(lash sat on a @CAcandlestic$ 0cause @,mAfire is the @A+ADe.il0s only @DAfriend Eh, and @,mAas I watched him @DAon the stage "y @,mAhands were clenched in @DAfists of rage @CANo angel @&Aborn in @A+Ahell Could @CAbrea$ that 1atan0s @D+Aspell And as the @&Aflames climbed @DAhigh in@,mAto the night 'o @AmAlight the sacri@CAfical rite I saw @&A1atan @DAlaughing @,mAwith delight 'he @CAday the @D+A"usic @&ADied @CA @&A !e was singing Wc*chorusX I @&Amet a girl who sang the @AmAblues And I @CAas$ed her for some @AmAhappy news 7ut @,mAshe just smiled and turned @DAaway I @&Awent down to the sacred @DAstore -here I0d @,mAheard the music @Am+Ayears before 7ut the @,mAman there said the @A+Amusic woudn0t @DAplay And in the @,mAstreets the children @DAscreamed 'he @,mAlo.ers cried, and the poets @DAdreamed @CA7ut not a @&Aword was @A+Aspo$en 'he @CAChurch bells all were @D+Abro$en And @&Athree men I @DAadmire most 'he @,mA(ather, @AmA1on and the @CA!oly &host 'hey @&Acaught the @DAlast train @,mAfor the coast 'he @CADay the @D+A"usic @&ADied.@CA @&A And they were singing Wc*chorusX 'hey were singing Wc*chorus

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Bo;angles C

2err

2eff Wal-er

Intro*

a couple of times.

I $new a man, 7ojangles, and he danced for you, ( & In worn out shoes, CB 1il.er, a ragged shirt and baggy pants, ( & 'he old soft shoe, ( C ,+ Am !e jumped so high, jumped so high... D+ Dm+ &+ And then he lightly touched down. Am & "r. 7ojangles, Am & "r. 7ojangles, Am & "r. 7ojangles, C dance.....

Hotel !alifornia

The Eagles

@7mAEn a dar$ desert highway, @(#Acool wind in my hair @AA-arm smell of colitas, @,Arising through the air @&AFp ahead in the distance, @DAI saw a shimering light @,mA"y head grew hea.y and my sight grew dim, @(#AI had to stop for the night @7mA'here she stood in the doorway, @(#AI heard the mission bell @AAAnd I was thin$ing to myself* this could be @,Ahea.en or this could be hell @&A'hen she lit up a candle @DAand she showed me the way @,mA'here were .oices down the corridorJ @(#AI thought I heard them say* WsocX @&A-elcome to the !otel Califor@DAnia @(#A1uch a lo.ely place 2such a lo.ely place3, such a @7mAlo.ely face @&A8lenty of room at the !otel Califor@DAnia Any @,mAtime of year 2any time of year3, you can @(#Afind it here WeocX @7mA!er mind is 'iffany twisted, @(#Ashe got the "ercedes 7enz @AA1he got a lot of pretty, pretty boys, @,Athat she calls friends @&A!ow they dance in the courtyard, @DAsweet summer sweat @,mA1ome dance to remember, @(#Asome dance to forget @7mA1o I called up @AA -e ha.en0t had @&AAnd still those @,mA-a$e you up in the captain, @(#A8lease bring me my wine , !e said that spirit here since @,Anineteen si4ty:nine .oices are calling from @DAfar away the middle of the night, @(#Ajust to hear them say*

@&A-elcome to the !otel Califor@DAnia @(#A1uch a lo.ely place 2such a lo.ely place3, such a @7mAlo.ely face 'hey @&Ali.in0 it up at the !otel Califor@DAnia -hat a @,mAnice surprise 2what a nice surprise3, bring your @(#Aalibis @7mA"irrors on the ceiling, @(#Athe pin$ champagne on ice, and she said @AA-e are all just prisoners here, @,Aof our own de.ice @&AAnd in the master0s chambers, @DAthey gathered for the feast @,mA'hey stab it with their steely $ni.es but they @(#Ajust can0t $ill the beast @7mA/ast thing I remember, I was @(#Arunning for the door @AAI had to find the passage bac$ to the @,Aplace I was before @&ADela4, said the night man, -e are @DAprogrammed to recei.e @,mA6ou can chec$ out any time you li$e, but @(#Ayou can ne.er lea.e Wcomment* chorusX

SE6E# BRI)GES RO")

The Eagles

IN'DE 2play a <=== times3 D C & D 'here are stars in the southern s$y, 1outhward as you go 'here is moonlight and moss in the trees, Down the se.en bridges road & D

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C riff KM & riff KM 1ometimes there0s a part of me C riff D 2that3 wants to turn from here and go. C & Dunning li$e a child from these warm stars, D C & Down the se.en bridges road D,1' E( I,D1,1 'here are stars in the southern s$y, 1outhward as you go. 'here is moonlight and moss in the trees, Down the se.en bridges road. 'here are stars in the southern s$y. And if e.er you decide you should go. 'here is a taste of thyme sweet and honey. Down the se.en bridges road.

)rift "/a

)o0ie Gre

@,ADay after day I0m more conf@7Aused @,Abut I loo$ for the @(#Alight through the pouring r@7Aain @,A6ou $now that0s a game that I hate to @7Alose.

@C#mA(eelin0 astray,@,bA Wc*chorusX WsocX @7A&i.e me the beat boys and I w@(#Aanna get lost in your @7A&i.e me the beat boys and I w@(#Aanna get lost in your WeocX

@,A ain0t it a shame

free roc$ free roc$

my soul, U roll and d@,Arift away my soul, U roll and d@,Arift away

7eginnin0 to thin$ that I0m wastin0 time I don0t understand the things I do 'he world outside loo$s so un$ind Now I0m countin0 on you to, carry me though Wc*chorusX Wc*bridge*X @C#mAAnd when my mind is free@,bA, m@7Ao.e me @C#mAAnd when I0m feeling blue,@,bA through to so@(#Aothe me @(#%&#A y@,Aou $now that melody can @,Athe spirit0s coming @(#%A#A

'han$s for the joy that you0re gi.ing me I want you to $now I belie.e in your song Dhythm and rhyme and harmony 6ou help me along, ma$ing me strong Wc*chorus 2repeat till fade3X "ll "long The Watchto/er Bo0 ) lan

@AmA'here must be @&Asome $ind of way o@(Aut of here@&A 1aid the jo$er to the thief 'here0s too much confusion I can0t get no relief 7uisness men they drin$ my wine 8lowmen dig my earth None would e.er compromise Nobody of this world No reason to get e4cited 'he thief he $indly spo$e 'here are many here among us -ho feel that life is but a jo$e 7ut you and I we0.e been through that And this is not our place 1o let us stop tal$ing falsely now 'he hour0s getting late All along the watchtower 8rincess $ept the .iew -hile all the women came and went 7arefoot ser.ants too Eutside in the cold distance A wildcat did growl 'wo riders were approaching

And the wind began to howl %e and Bo00 %cGee 4ris @&A @CA @&A @CA

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@&A7usted flat in 7@&Aaton Douge,@&A waitin0 for a tr@&Aain -hen I0s @&Afeelin0 near as f@&Aaded as m@D+Ay jeans @DA @D+A7obby thumbed a d@D+Aiesel down@D+A just before it r@D+Aained And r@D+Aode us all the w@D+Aay into New Er@&Alean@CAs I @&Apulled my harp@&Aoon out of my @&Adirty red band@&Aana I0s @&Aplayin0 soft while 7@&+Aobby sang the bl@CAues @CA-indshield wipers sl@CAappin0 time, I was@&A holdin0 7obby0s @&Ahand in mine @D+A-e sang e.ery s@D+Aong that dri.er $@D+Anew @DA @CA(reedom0s just an@CAother word for@&A nothin0 left to l@&Aose @D+ANothin0, it ain0t n@D+Aothin0 honey, if it ain0t fr@&Aee And @CAfeelin0 good was @CAeasy, lord, oh,@&A when he sang the @&Ablues 6ou $now @D+Afeelin0 good was @D+Agood enough for m@D+Ae @DA @D+A&ood enough for m@D+Ae and my 7obby "c@&A&ee @&A @AA (rom the @AAGentuc$y c@AAoal mines to the @AACalifornia @AAsun 6eah @AA7obby shared the s@AAecrets of m@,+Ay soul @,A 'hrough @,+Aall $inds of w@,+Aeather, through @,+Ae.erything we d@,+Aone 6eah @,+A7obby baby @,+A$ept me from the @AAcold Ene @AAday up near 1al@AAinas, lo:ord,@AA I let him slip aw@AAay !e0s @AAloo$in0 for that h@A+Aome and I hope he f@DAinds it -ell I0d @DAtrade all my tom@DAorrows for one @AAsingle yester@AAday 'o be @,+Aholdin0 7obby0s b@,+Aody ne4t to m@,+Aine @,A @DA(reedom0s just an@DAother word for@AA nothin0 left to l@AAose @,+ANothin0, and that0s a@,+All that 7obby l@AAeft me -ell, @DAfeelin0 good was @DAeasy, lo:o:@AAord, when he sang the @AAblues And @,+Afeelin0 good was @,+Agood enough for m@,+Ae @,A @,+A&ood enough for m@,+Ae and my 7obby "c@AA&ee yeah /a da @AAda, la da @AAdaa, la da @AAdaa da daa da d@AAaa @AA /a da da da d@AAaa dadada 7obby@,+A "c&ee:a@,+Ah @,+A/aa li daa da d@,+Aaa daa,@,+A la da daa da d@,+Aaa @,+A/aa la laa la d@,+Aaada 7obby "c@AA&ee:ah y@AAeah /a di @AAda, ladida /@AAA dida /A di daa,@AA ladida /A dida /@AAA di daa @AA !ey now 7@AAobby now now 7obby "c@,+A&ee yeah @,A /o lo /@,+AE lolo /E lo la@,+Aa, lololo /@,+AE lolo /E lolo /@,+AE lolo /E la laa @,+A !ey now 7@,+Aobby now now 7obby "c&@AAee ye@AAah /ord, I @AAcalled him my lo.er, I @AAcalled him my man I said I @AAcalled him my lo.er, did the @AAbest I can C0mon,@AA hey now 7obby now,@AA hey now 7obby "c&@,+Aee, yeah @,A /o lo l@,+Aord, a lord, a l@,+Aord, a lord, a l@,+Aord, a lord, a l@,+Aord oh @,+A!ey, hey, h@,+Aey, 7obby "c&@AAee, lord A A A A A ,+ ,+

Pin- Houses 2ohn !ougar %ellencamp Intro * &, C 2 K times3 & 'here0s a blac$ man with a blac$ cat li.ing !e0s got an interstate running through his ( C & 6ou $now he thin$s he0s got it so good & And there0s a woman in the $itchen cleaning ( And he loo$s at her and says, !ey darlin0 C & I can remember when you could stop a cloc$ Chorus & C & Eh but ain0t that America for you and me C & Ain0t that America something to see baby C D Aint that America home of the free C /ittle pin$ houses for you and me 2 ,nter 2 &,C,&,C ? times3 & -ell there0s a young man in a tee:shirt listening to a roc$in0 rollin0 station !e0s got greasy hair and a greasy smile he says, ( C & /ord this must be my destination Cause they told me when I was younger, 7oy you0re gonna be president ( C 7ut just li$e e.erything else those old crazy dreams & just $inda came and went Chorus 2 E! 7A76 (ED 6EF AND ", 3 2 &, C, &, C, &, C, 2 (, C, &, (, C, &, (, C, &, (, C, &3 & -ell there0s people and more people what do they $now ( C & &o to wor$ in some high rise and .acation down at the &ulf of "e4ico & And there0s winners and there0s losers 7ut they aint no big deal ( C 7ecause the simple man baby pays for the thrills, the bills, & the pills that $ill Chorus 2 &, C 2 Depeat 'wice3 : K times 3 ooooh yeah..... oooooh yeah..... in a blac$ neighborhood. front yard.

up the e.ening slop.

Drums 3

Both Sides #o/ 2oni %itchell *capo <, @&A @AmA @&A @DA @&A7ows and @AmAflows of @CAangel @&Ahair, and ice:cream @7mAcastles @CAin the @&Aair, And feather c@CAanyons @AmAe.erywhereJ I0.e loo$ed at clouds that @DAway. 7ut @&Anow they @AmAonly @CAbloc$ the @&Asun, they rain and @7mAsnow on @CAe.ery@&Aone, 1o many th@CAings I @AmAwould ha.e done, but clouds got in my @DAway. I0.e l@&Aoo$ed at @AmAclouds from @CAboth sides @&Anow, from @CAup and d@&Aown, And s@CAtill some@&Ahow it0s @7mAcloud ill@CAusions @&AI recallJ I r@CAeally don0t $now @DAclo@DsusAuds @DAat @&Aall. @AmA @&A @DA @&A"oons and @AmA5unes and @CA(erris @&Awheels, the dizzy @7mAdancing @CAway you @&Afeel As e.ery @CAfairy @AmAtale comes realJ I0.e loo$ed at lo.e that @DAway. 7ut @&Anow it0s @AmAjust an@CAother @&Ashow, you lea.e them @7mAlaughing @CAwhen you @&Ago, And if you @CAcare don0t @AmAlet them $now, don0t gi.e yourself @DAaway. I0.e l@&Aoo$ed at @AmAlo.e from @CAboth sides @&Anow, from @CAgi.e and @&Ata$e, And s@CAtill some@&Ahow it0s @7mAlo.e0s ill@CAusions @&AI recallJ I r@CAeally don0t $now @DAlo@DsusA.e @DAat @&Aall. @AmA @&A @DA @&A'ears and @AmAfears and @CAfeeling @&Aproud, to say I @7mAlo.e you @CAright out @&AloudJ Dreams and @CAschemes and @AmAcircus crowdsJ I0.e loo$ed at life that @DAway. 7ut @&Anow old @AmAfriends are @CAacting @&Astrange, they sha$e their @7mAheads, they @CAsay I0.e @&Achanged. -ell somethings @CAlost but @AmAsomething0s gained in li.ing e.ery @DAday. I0.e l@&Aoo$ed at @AmAlife from @CAboth sides @&Anow, from @CAwin and @&Alose, And s@CAtill some@&Ahow it0s @7mAlife0s ill@CAusions @&AI recallJ I r@CAeally don0t $now @DAlif@DsusAe @DAat @&Aall. @AmA @CA @DA @&A

Hallelu;ah

'eonard !ohen

1tandard 'uning Intro* C Am C Am C Am I heard there was a secret chord C Am 'hat Da.id played and it pleased the lord ( & C & 7ut you don0t really care for music, do you# C ( & -ell it goes li$e this the fourth, the fifth Am ( 'he minor fall and the major lift & ,m Am 'he baffled $ing composing hallelujah Chorus* ( Am ( C & C !allelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelu:u:u:u:jah .... C Am -ell your faith was strong but you needed proof C Am 6ou saw her bathing on the roof ( & C & !er beauty and the moonlight o.erthrew you C ( & 1he tied you to her $itchen chair Am ( 1he bro$e your throne and she cut your hair & ,m Am And from your lips she drew the hallelujah ( Am ( C & C !allelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelu:u:u:u:jah .... C Am 7aby I0.e been here before C Am I0.e seen this room and I0.e wal$ed this floor ( & C & I used to li.e alone before I $new you C ( & I0.e seen your flag on the marble arch Am ( 7ut lo.e is not a .ictory march & ,m Am It0s a cold and it0s a bro$en hallelujah ( Am ( C & C !allelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelu:u:u:u:jah .... C Am -ell there was a time when you let me $now C Am -hat0s really going on below ( & C & 7ut now you ne.er show that to me do you C ( & 7ut remember when I mo.ed in you Am ( And the holy do.e was mo.ing too & ,m Am And e.ery breath we drew was hallelujah C Am

-ell, maybe there0s a god abo.e C Am 7ut all I0.e e.er learned from lo.e ( & C & -as how to shoot somebody who outdrew you C ( & It0s not a cry that you hear at night Am ( It0s not somebody who0s seen the light & ,m Am It0s a cold and it0s a bro$en hallelujah ( Am ( C & C !allelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelu:u:u:u:jah ....

WOO)STO!4

2oni %itchell

,m I came upon a child of &od A !e was wal$ing along the road And I as$ed him -here are you going# ,m And this he told me I0m going on down to 6asgur0s farm A I0m gonna join in a roc$ and roll band I0m gonna camp out on the land ,m And try and get my soul free C!EDF1 #<* A -e are stardust, we are golden ,m D ,m A ,m And we0.e got to get oursel.es bac$ to the garden ,m !uy do do do do do do huy do do do do do do !uy do do do do do do huy do do do

'hen can I wal$ beside you I ha.e come here to lose the smog And I feel to be a cog in something turning -ell maybe it is just the time of year Er maybe it0s the time of man And I don0t $now who I am 7ut you $now life is for learning ...C!EDF1 #< 7y the time we got to -oodstoc$ -e were half a million strong And e.erywhere there was song and celebration And I dreamed I saw the bombers Diding shotgun in the s$y And they were turning into butterflies Abo.e our nation ... C!EDF1 #?* -e are stardust, billion year old carbon -e are golden, caught in the de.il0s bargain And we0.e got to get oursel.es bac$ to the garden

"l/a s 'oo- on the Bright Side of 'ife

%ont

P thon

1ome @AmAthings in life are @D+Abad they can @&Areally ma$e you @,mAmad o@AmAther things just m@D+Aa$e you swear and @&Acurse@,mA when you0re @AmAchewing on large @D+Agristle don0t @&Agrumble : gi.e a wh@,mAistle and wh@A+Aistles help things turn out for the @DAbest Wsoc*X And a@&Always l@,mAoo$ at the br@AmAight s@D+Aide of l@&Aife 2@,mAflR>+=jt..@AmA.....@D+A...3 a@&Always l@,mAoo$ on the l@AmAight s@D+Aide of l@&Aife 2@,mAflR>+=jt.. @AmA.....@D+A...3 Weoc*X If @AmAlife seems jolly @D+Arotten there0s @&Asomething you0.e for@,mAgotten and @AmAthat0s to laugh and @D+Asmile and dance and @&Asing@,mA when you are f@AmAeeling in the @D+Adumps @&Adon0t be silly ch@,mAums just @A+Apurse your lips and whistle that0s the @DAthing Wc* ChorusX (or @AmAlife is Vuite ab@D+Asurd and @&Adeath0s the final @,mAword you must @AmAalways face the @D+Acurtain with a @&Abow@,mA for@AmAget about your @D+Asin gi.e the @&Aaudience a @,mAgrin en@A+Ajoy it0s your last chance any@DAhow Wsoc*X 1o a@&Always l@,mAoo$ on the br@AmAight s@D+Aide of d@&Aeath 2@,mAflR>+=jt..@AmA.....@D+A...3 j@&Aust be@,mAfore you @AmAdraw your @D+Aterminal b@&Areath. 2@,mAflR>+=jt..@AmA.....@D+A...3 Weoc*X /@AmAife0s a piece of sh@D+Ait @&Awhen you loo$ at @,mAit l@AmAife0s a laugh and @D+Adeath0s a jo$e : it0s @&Atrue@,mA @AmAyou see it0s all a @D+Ashow $eep them @&Alaughing as you @,mAgo just re@A+Amember that the last laugh is on @D+Ayou Wc*Chorus 2>43X

Purple Rain

Prince

Capo <st fret* Intro* A A%(# , D DsusK D A A%(# I ne.er meant ? cause you any sorrow , D DsusK D I ne.er meant ? cause you any pain A A%(# I only wanted ? one time see F laughing , A I only wanted ? see you laughing in the 8urple D DsusK D 8urple Dain 8urple Dain A A%(# 8urple Dain 8urple Dain , 8urple Dain 8urple Dain A I only wanted ? see F bathing in the 8urple Dain A A%(# I ne.er wanted ? be your wee$end lo.er , D DsusK D I only wanted ? be some $ind of friend A A%(# 7aby I could ne.er steal F from another , D It0s such a shame our friendship had ? end D DsusK D 8urple Dain 8urple Dain A A%(# 8urple Dain 8urple Dain , 8urple Dain 8urple Dain A I only want ? see u underneath the 8urple Dain A A%(# !oney I $now I $now I $now times D changin0 , D It0s time we all reach out K somethin0 new DsusK D 'hat0s mean F ? A F say F want a leader A%(# 7ut F can0t seem ? ma$e up your mind , I thin$ F better close it A N.C. And let me guide F ? the 8urple Dain D DsusK D 8urple Dain 8urple Dain A 8urple Dain 8urple Dain Sittin$ on the doc- of the Ba Otis Redding

@&A1ittin0 in the morning @7Asun, I0ll be @CAsittin0 when the e.enin@AAcome. @&A-atchin0 the ships roll @7Ain, then I @CAwatch 0em roll away a@AAgain 6eah, I0m @&Asittin0 on the doc$ of the @,Abay, -atchin0 the tide@&A roll a@,Away. Eoh, @&AI0m just sittin0 on the doc$ of the @AAbay, wastin0 @&Atime. , I left my home in &eorgia, headed for the (risco bay. I ha.e nothin0 to li.e for, loo$ li$e nothin0s gonna come my way. 1o I0m just gonna sit on the doc$ of the bay, -atchin0 the tide roll away. Eoh, I0m just sittin0 on the doc$ of the bay, wastin0 time. @&A @&A @&A @(A /oo$s @DAli$e @CA nothin0s gonna changeJ e.@DAerything@CA still remains the same. @DAI can0t do @CAwhat ten people tell me to do, so I guess I0ll remain@DA the same.

1ittin0 here restin0 my bones, and this loneliness won0t lea.e me alone. 'wo thousand miles I roam just to ma$e this doc$ my home Now I0m gonna sit at the doc$ of the bay, -atchin0 the tide roll away. Eoh, I0m just sittin0 on the doc$ of the bay, wastin0 time. Wc* whistle o.er & U ,X

!herr

Bom0

2ohn %ellencamp

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Ierse <* & Am -ell, I li.ed on the outs$irts of town & Am In an eight room farm:house, baby & Am -hen my brothers and friends were around & Am 'here was always something doin# ,m 7m !ad me a couple of real nice girlfriends Am C 1topped by to see me once in a while ,m 7m -hen I thin$ bac$ a:bout those days Am C & All I can do is sit and smile Chorus* & Am 'hat#s when a sport was a sport & Am And groo.in# was groo.in# & Am And dancin# meant e.erything & Am -e were young and we were impro.in# & Am /aughin#, laughin#, with our friends & Am !oldin# hands meant somethin#, baby & Am Eutside the club Cherry 7omb, & Am Eur hearts were really thumpin#, Am & Am%Am:%Am 2Vuic$ly3 1ay yeah, yeah, yeah 2no chord3 & Am 1ay yeah, yeah, yeah Ierse?* 'he winter days they last fore.er 7ut the wee$ends went by so Vuic$ -ent ridin# around this little country town -e were goin# nuts girl, out in the stic$s Ene night, me with my big mouth A couple guys had to put me in my place -hen I see those guys these days -e just laugh and say, Do you remember when# Depeat chorus <%? length intrumental chorus

Ierse>* Now, se.enteen has turned thirty:fi.e I#m surprised that we#re still li.in# If we#.e done any wrong I hope that we#re forgi.en &ot a few $ids of my own And some days I still don#t $now what to do I hope that they#re not laughin# too loud -hen they hear me tal$in# li$e this to you Depeat chorus ::::: 1uggested chords* ,m & Am Am: C 7m e:::::::>::::::::::::::::?:::: 7:::::::::::<:::<:::<::::>:::: &:::::::::::?::::::::::::K:::: D:::?:::::::?:::::::?::::K:::: A:::?:::?:::::::4:::>::::?:::: ,:::::::>:::4:::4:::4::::?::::

"gainst The Wind

Bo0 Seger

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I,D1, <* & It seems li$e yesterday, 7m but it was long ago. C & 5aney was lo.elyJ she was the Vueen of my nights. D C 'here in the dar$ness with the radio, playing low. & And the secrets that we shared, 7m the mountains that we mo.ed, C & Caught li$e wildfire out of control D D till there was nothing left to burn and nothing left to pro.e. ,m D & And I remember what she said to me. ,m C & !ow she swore that it ne.er would end. ,m D C I remember how she held me, oh so tight. C D -ish I didn0t $now now what I didn0t $now then. C!EDF1* & 7m C & Against the wind. -e were running against the wind. C B Am+ C & -e were young and strong, we were running against the wind. I,D1,?* And the years rolled slowly past. And I found myself alone. 1urrounded by strangers I thought were my friends. I found myself further and further from my home. And I guess I lost my way. 'here were oh, so many roads. I was li.ing to run, and running to li.e, Ne.er worrying about paying, or e.en how much I owed. Dunnin0 9 miles a minute for months at a time. 7rea$ing all of the rules that would bend. I begin to find myself just searching. 1earching for shelter again and again. C!EDF1 ?* Against the wind. A little something against the wind. I found myself see$ing shelter against the wind. I,D1, >*

21olo for <st ? stanzas of .erse3 -ell those drifter0s days are past me now. I0.e got so much more to thin$ about. Deadlines and commitments. -hat to lea.e in. -hat to lea.e out. C!EDF1 >* Against the wind. I0m still running against the wind. I0m older now but still running against the wind.

#ight %oves Bo0 Seger

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D ,m D C 'ryin0 to ma$e some front page dri.e:in news D ,m D 8racticin0 our night mo.es......... C & ( ......in the summertime & C ( C ( (

( in the sweet, summertime, summertime

& -e weren0t in lo.e, oh no, far from it

C ( -e weren0t searching for some pie:in:the:s$y summit & ( -e were just young and restless and bored, C li.ing by the sword ( (

& and we0d steal away e.ery chance we could

C ( to the bac$ room, the alley, or the trusty woods & I used her, she used me but neither one cared C -e were getting our share D ,m practicing our night mo.es C C D (

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& I wo$e last night to the sound of thunder Cmaj+ !ow far off I sat and wondered,

& started humming a song from <HC? Cmaj+ ,m Ain0t it funny how the night mo.es

C ,m C -e just don0t seem to ha.e as much to lose ,m 1trange how the night mo.es C Cmaj+ & with autumn closing in

& ( C ( night mo.es..........night mo.es........2repeat and fade3 "merica Simon and Garfun-el

8lay the (0s with your thumb hoo$ed o.er the nec$ for the bass note... Intro 2play twice, <st time with fill <, ?nd time w fill ?3::::: Capo III C "mm CmajH mmm CmajH lo.ers we0ll Am+ mmm Am+ marry our Am here in my ,m+ ,m+ "rs D wal$ed CmajH C 2& bass3 mmm mmm C 2& bass3 fortunes

C /et us be ( together C CmajH I0.e got some real estate Am 1o we bought a pac$ of A+ cigarettes and A+ pies and & C loo$ for America (

bag

-agner C off Am+

to C%&

Ierse ? 2play as .erse <3 ::::: : Gathy, I said, as we boarded a &reyhound in 8ittsburgh "ichigan seems li$e a dream to me now It too$ me D I0.e four days to hitchi$e from 1aginaw & D Cmaj+ come to loo$ for A:merica

7ridge :::::: 7bmaj+ /aughing on the bus C games with the faces 7bmaj+ 1he said the man in the C spy ( I said 7e careful, his C CmajH camera DH

playing

gabardine

suit was a

bowtie is Am+ (maj+

really a C%&

Ierse > 2play as .erse <3 ::::: : 'oss me a cigarette I thin$ there0s one in my raincoat. -e smo$ed the last one an hour ago. 1o I loo$ed at the scenery, she read her magazine And the moon rose o.er an open field. Ierse K 2play as .erse ?3 ::::: : Gathy, I0m lost , I said, though I $new she was sleeping

I0m empty and aching and I don0t $now why. & Counting the cars on the New 5ersey 'urnpi$e. 'hey0.e D & D Cmaj+ All come to loo$ for A:merica & D Eutro 2repeat o.er and o.er3 another guitar strums chords ::::: C C%7 Am+ C%& Dm

Richard !or D

Simon and Garfun-el C

they say that Dichard Cory owns one half of this whole town D A with political connections to spread his wealth around & born into society a ban$ers only child D C ( A he had e.erything a man could want power grace and style chorus* ( D but i wor$ in his factory & and i curse the life i0m li.ing and i curse my po.erty and i wish that i could be ( D oh i wish that i could be & oh i wish that i could be D Dichard Cory the papers print his picture almost e.erywhere he goes Dichard Cory at the opera, richard cory at a show and the rumor of his parties and the orgies on his yacht oh he surely must be happy with e.erything he#s got chorus he freely ga.e to charity, he had the common touch and they were grateful for his patronage and they than$ed him .ery much so my mind was filled with wonder when the e.ening headlines read Dichard Cory went home last night and put a bullet through his head chorus

and in case you didn0t $now, this song is based on a poem of the same name*

Boat on the River St = Ierse <*

2Dm3'a$e me down to my boat on the ri.er I 2C3need to go down, I 2A3need to come down 2Dm3'a$e me bac$ to my boat on the ri.er And 2C3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore Ierse ?* 2Dm3'ime stands still as I gaze in her waters 1he 2C3eases me down, 2A3touching me gently -ith the 2Dm3waters that flow past my boat on the ri.er 1o 2C3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore Chorus <* Eh the 2C3ri.er is wide 'he ri.er it touches my 2Dm3life li$e the wa.es on the 2&3sand And 2&m3all roads lead to 2Dm3tranVuility base -here the 2,3frown on my face 2A3disappears 2Dm3'a$e me bac$ to my boat on the ri.er And 2C3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore 2instr.3 Chorus ?* Eh the 2C3ri.er is deep 'he ri.er it touches my 2Dm3life li$e the wa.es on the 2&3sand And 2&m3all roads lead to 2Dm3tranVuility base -here the 2,3frown on my face 2A3disappears 2Dm3'a$e me bac$ to my boat on the ri.er And 2C3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore And 2C3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore And 2A3I won0t cry out 2Dm3anymore.... 2DmDmDm A:Dm3

Fisherman$s Blues The Water0o s Wc*IntroX

@&A @(A @AmA @CA @&AI wish I was a fisherman, @(Atumbling on the seas @AmA(ar away from dry land, and it0s @CAbitter memories @&ACasting you my sweet light with @(Aabandonment and lo.e @AmANo ceiling staring down on me, sa.e the @CAstarry s$y abo.e Wc*ChorusX -ith light in my @&Ahair, @(Ayou in my @AmAarms, woo woo @CAooh @&AI wish I was the bra$e man, @(Aon a !artland diesel train @AmACrashing headlong into the heartland, li$e a @CAcannon in the rain @&A-ith the beating of the sleepers, and the @(Aburning of the coal @AmACounting towns flashing by me, in a @CAnight that0s full of soul Wc*ChorusX @&AEh I $now I will be loosened, @(Afrom bonds that hold me tight @AmAAnd the chains all hung around me will @CAfall away at last @&AAnd on that fine and fateful day I will @(Ata$e thee in my arms @AmAI will ride the night train, and I will @CAbe the fisherman

Bring It On Home To %e ( C

Sam !oo-e

If you e.er change your mind ( 7b About lea.in0, lea.in0 me behind, please ( 7b 7ring it to me, bring your sweet lo.in0 ( 7ring it on home to me 7b 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 Ierse ?* I $now I laughed when you left 7ut now I $now I only hurt myself. 8lease 7ring it to me, bring your sweet lo.in0 7ring it on home to me 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 Ierse >* I0d gi.e you jewelry, and money too 'hat ain0t all, that ain0t all I0d do for you if you0d 7ring it to me, bring your sweet lo.in0 7ring it on home to me 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 Ierse K* 6ou $now I0ll always be your sla.e 'ill I0m buried, buried in my gra.e. Eh, honey 7ring it to me, bring your sweet lo.in0 7ring it on home to me 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 Ierse L* I try to treat you right 7ut you stay out, stay out late at night. I beg you 7ring it to me, bring your sweet lo.in0 7ring it on home to me 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2Depeat and fade3* 6eah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah 2yeah3 yeah

"nother Saturda

#ight

Sam !oo-e

C!EDF1 ( 7b Another 1aturday night and I ain0t got nobody, ( C I got some money cause I just got paid, ( 7b Eh, how I wish I had someone to tal$ to, ( C ( I0m in an awful way. I,D1, ( 7b I got in town a month ago, (+ C+ And I seen a lot 0o girls since then, ( (+ If I could meet 0em, I could get 0em, C+ ( 7ut as yet I ha.en0t met 0em, ( C ( C+ 'hat0s how I0m in the state I0m in. C!EDF1 I,D1, Another fella told me, !e had a sister who loo$ed just fine, Instead of bein0 my deli.erance, 1he had a strange resemblance, 'o a cat name of (ran$enstein, Eh No:oh; IN1'DF",N'A/ 27ased on C!EDF13 I,D1, It0s hard on a fella, -hen he don0t $now his way around, If I don0t find me a honey, 'o help me spend my money, I0m gonna ha.e to blow this town. C!EDF1 2repeat3 fade 6ou need the dar$ to see the stars.

"llento/n C D & >4

Bill

2oel & ,m D

-ell we0re li.ing here in Allentown C D & And they0re closing all the factories down ,m A D Eut in 7ethlehem they0re $illing time A ,m A D (illing out forms : 1tanding in line & ,m D -ell our fathers fought the 1econd -orld -ar C D & 1pent their wee$ends on the 5ersey 1hore ,m A D "et our mothers in the F1E A D A D As$ed them to dance, Danced with them slow & ,m D And we0re li.ing here in Allentown ( & C 7ut the restlessness was handed down ,m C & D ,m D And it0s getting .ery hard to stay C D & Z C D & & ,m D -ell we0re waiting here in Allentown C D & (or the 8ennsyl.ania we ne.er found ,m A D (or the promises our teachers ga.e A ,m A D If we wor$ed hard , If we beha.ed & ,m D 1o the graduations hang on the wall C D & 7ut they ne.er really helped us at all ,m A D No they ne.er taught us what was real A D A D Iron and co$e : And chromium steel & ,m D And we0re waiting here in Allentown ( & C 7ut they0.e ta$en all the coal from the ground ,m C & D ,m D And the union people crawled away C D & ( & 7b ,.ery child had a pretty good shot ( & 7b 'o get at least as far as their old man got ( & 7b 7ut something happened on the way to that 8lace ( & 7b 'hey threw an American flag in our face C D & & ,m D -ell I0m li.ing here in Allentown C D & And it0s hard to $eep a good man down ,m C & D ,m D 7ut I won0t be getting up today : ay : ay C D & 1E/E[ ( & 7b 2K43 ,m C & D ,m D And it0s getting .ery hard to stay C D & And we0re li.ing here in Allentown

Wrote a song for ever one &* >?==>> D* MMM=?>? C* M>?=<= ,m* =??===

!reedence !lear/ater Revival

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7E'! &FI'AD1 2(3 & 2C3 -rote a song for e.eryone C 2(3 & 2C3 -rote a song for truth C & ,m -rote a song for e.eryone:: C DL &L -hen I couldn#t e.en tal$ to you 7E'! &FI'AD1 D,8,A' IN'DE 7DID&,

I,D1, '-E* 7E'! &FI'AD1 & D C & &ot myself arrested, wound me up in jail & C & D Dichmond Tbout to blow up, communication fails & D ,m C If you see the answer, now#s the time to say & D C & All I want, all I want, is to get right down and pray 7E'! &FI'AD1 D,8,A' C!EDF1 1E/E*

!ountr

Hon-

The Rolling Stones

& C I0m sittin0 in a bar tippling a jar in 5ac$son & A D And on the street the summer sun it shines & C 'here0s many a bar:room Vueen I0.e had in 5ac$son & D & 7ut I just can0t seem to drin$ you off my mind D & It0s the hon$y ton$ women D & &imme, gimme, gimme the hon$y ton$ blues I laid a & I had to & 'he lady & 1he blew C di.orcee in New 6or$ City A D put up some $ind of a fight C she all dressed me up in roses D & my nose and then she blew my mind

2(iddle solo, play .erse chords here3 D It0s the hon$y ton$ D &imme, gimme, gimme D It0s the hon$y ton$ D &imme, gimme, gimme D It0s the hon$y ton$ D &imme, gimme, gimme & women

& the hon$y ton$ blues & women & the hon$y ton$ blues & women & the hon$y ton$ blues

Five )a s in %a Blue Rodeo Intro* ,m D Am C Ierse* ,m 'hey met in a hurricane D 1tanding in the shelter out of the rain Am C 1he tuc$ed a note into his hand ,m /ater on they too$ his car D Dro.e on down where the beaches are Am C !e wrote her name in the sand & ( C D Ne.er e.en let go of her hand 1omehow they stayed that way (or those L days in "ay "ade all the stars around them shine (unny how you can loo$ in .ain /i.ing on ner.es and such sweet pain 'he loneliness that cuts so fine 'o find the face you0.e seen a thousand times Chorus* C 1ometimes the world begins 'o set you up on your feet again 7m D It wipes the tears from your eyes C !ow will you e.er $now 'he way that circumstances go 7m D Always going to hit you by surprise Am I $now my past &%7 6ou were there ,m+%C In e.erything I0.e done ,m 6ou are the one /oo$ing bac$ it0s hard to tell -hy they stood while others fell

1pend your life wor$ing it out All I $now is one cloudy day 'hey both just ran away Dain on the windshield heading 1outh 1he lo.ed the lines around his mouth Into The % stic 6an %orrison capo I6 *verse +, C -e were born before the wind C Also younger than the sun & 0,re the bonny boat was won & C As we sailed into the mystic 2.erse ?3 C !ar$, now, hear the sailor0s cry C 1mell the sea and feel the s$y & /et your soul and spirit fly & C Into the mystic. 2bridge3 ,m ( -hen that foghorn blows, C I will be comin0 home, "mm hmm hm ,m ( -hen that foghorn blows, & I wanna hear it, I don0t ha.e to fear it 2chorus3 C And I wanna roc$ you gypsy soul C 5ust li$e way bac$ in the days of old & And magnificently we will float & C Into the mystic 21AM 1E/E3 C ... & ... C

2bridge3 ,m ( -hen that foghorn blows,

C you $now I will be comin0 home ,m ( & And when that foghorn whistle blows, & I0.e gotta hear it, I don0t ha.e to fear it 2ending chorus3 C And I wanna roc$ your gypsy soul C 5ust li$e way bac$ in the days of old & And together we will float & C Into the mystic ............... Come on girl; 21AM 1E/E3 C ... & ... C C C ........ 'oo late to stop now:o:ow;...... 2 ,ND 3

&

%"G#O'I" Gey C 1lowly

22 !ale

WDefine (maj+ <>>?<=, Cmaj+ >>?===X (maj+ ) Cmaj+ ) (maj+ ) Cmaj+ <. -hip poor will0) sing : ing ) soft sum:mer) breeze

(maj+ ) Cmaj+ ma$es me thin$ of my) bay : by

) (maj+ ) I ) left down in New Er :)

Cmaj+ ) (maj+ ) Cmaj+ leans. ) I left down in New Er:) leans

2?nd .erse follows same progression3 ?. "agnolia, you sweet thing you0re dri.ing me mad &ot to get bac$ to you baby 6ou0re the best I e.er had. 6ou0re the best I e.er had.

Am Am

6ou whisper,

) & ) Am ) & &ood ) morning , ) so gently in my )ear

) & ) (maj+ ) Cmaj+ I0m coming home to ) you babe.) I0ll soon be )there. ) ) 21olo* Am+ & Am & Am & (maj+ Cmaj+ (maj+3

(maj+ ) Cmaj+ I0ll soon be )there. 'hen* 2Depeat ?nd .erse.3 ,nding* 2Depeat and fade3

(maj+ ) C 6ou0re the best I e.er had\\\)

W"ITI#G Chords ,m Intro Ierse C

The )evlins

,m

C

,m -aiting at the station. C -aiting for the right mo.es. ,m -aiting in the basement. C -aiting for the right cues. Am -aiting in a daydream. C -aiting in this slipstream. -aiting... ,m C C -aiting in the right bars. ,m -aiting in the right shoes. C -aiting in a fast car. Am -aiting in the airports, C waiting for my air:miles. Am -aiting in slow motion, C coming through the turnstiles... Chorus ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C And if you e.er change your mind, ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C# you $now I0m not hard to find. ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C And if you e.er need someone, ,m I0ll still be waiting...

C -aiting with the orphans. ,m -aiting for the bee stings, C they tell me that success brings. Am -aiting in the half:light. C -aiting through your whole life. Am -aiting for an ideal, a low deal, a no deal. C 8lay your stereotype, oh yeah... Chorus ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C And if you e.er find the time, ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C# you $now I0m not far behind. ,m ,m%(# ,m%& C And if you e.er need someone, ,m I0ll still be waiting... C 5ust waiting, for a friend. ,m -aiting... &uitar 1olo* Am C Am C ,m I said it0s alright; C It0s alright, my friend... ,m C 6eah it0s alright; ,m 5ust waiting... I will try to do the electric guitar bits later on. 'hey0re really just little riffs ta$en from the chords and the rhythmn is just more bass orientated with a little distortion, not too hard to figure out yourself really *3 C

ST"#) B& %E Ben E 4ing A -hen the night has come (#m And the land is dar$ D , A And the moon is the only light we0ll see No, I won0t be afraid, (m No, I won0t be afraid D , A 5ust as long as you stand, stand by me. Chorus* 1o, darling, darling, stand by me, (m Eh, stand by me. D , A Eh, stand, stand by me, 1tand by me. If the sea that we loo$ upon 1hould tumble and fall Er the mountain should crumble in the sea, I won0t cry, I won0t cry, No, I won0t shed a tear 5ust as long as you stand, stand by me. Chorus