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Love Minus Zero/No Limit Tom: D
D A G My love, she speaks like silence D A Without ideals or violence G D She doesn't have to say she's faithful Em7 A A6 A7 Yet she's true like ice, like fire D A G People carry roses D A And make promises by the hour G D My love she laughs like the flowers Em A7 D Valentines can't buy her
D A G In the dime stores and bus stations D A People talk of situations G D Read books, repeat quotations Em7 A A6 A7 Draw conclusions on the wall D A G Some speak of the future D A My love, she speaks softly G D She knows there's no success like failure Em A7 D And that failure's no success at all
D A G The cloak and dagger dangles D A Madams light the candles G D In ceremonies of the horsemen Em7 A A6 A7 Even the pawn must hold a grudge D A G Statues made of match sticks D A Crumble into one another G D My love winks she does not bother Em A7 D She knows too much to argue or to judge
D A G The bridge at midnight trembles D A The country doctor rambles G D Bankers' nieces seek perfection Em7 A A6 A7 Expecting all the gifts that wise men bring D A G The wind howls like a hammer D A The night wind blows cold n' rainy G D My love, she's like some raven Em A7 D At my window with a broken wing
Isis Tom: Bb
Bb Ab Eb Bb I married Isis on the fifth day of May Ab Eb Bb But I could not hold on to her very long Ab Eb Bb So I cut off my hair and I rode straight away Ab Eb Bb For the wild unknown country where I could not go wrong
Bb Ab Eb Bb I came to a high place of darkness and light Ab Eb Bb The dividing line ran through the centre of town Ab Eb Bb So I hitched up my pony to a post on the right Ab Eb Bb Went into a laundry to wash my clothes down
Bb Ab Eb Bb A man in the corner approached me for a match Ab Eb Bb I knew right away he was not ordinary Ab Eb Bb He said "Are you lookin' for something easy to catch?" Ab Eb Bb I said "I ain't got no money",He said "That ain't necessary".
Bb Ab Eb Bb We set out that night for the cold in the North. Ab Eb Bb I gave him my blanket, he gave me his word Ab Eb Bb I said, "Where are we goin'?" He said we'd be back by the fourth. Ab Eb Bb I said "That's the best news I ever heard."
Bb Ab Eb Bb I was thinking about turquoise I was thinking about gold. Ab Eb Bb I was thinking about diamonds and the worlds biggest necklace. Ab Eb Bb As we rode through the canyons, through the devilish cold, Ab Eb Bb I was thinking about Isis, how she thought I was so reckless.
Bb Ab Eb Bb How she told me that one day we'd meet up again, Ab Eb Bb And thing would be different the next time we wed. Ab Eb Bb If I only hang on and just be her friend. Ab Eb Bb I still can't remember all the best things she said.
Bb Ab Eb Bb We came to the pyramids all embedded in ice. Ab Eb Bb He said "There's a body I'm trying to find, Ab Eb Bb If I carry it out it'll fetch a good price." Ab Eb Bb Twas then that I knew what he had on his mind.
Bb Ab Eb Bb The wind it was howling and the snow was outrageous. Ab Eb Bb We chopped through he night and we chopped through he dawn. Ab Eb Bb When he died I was hoping that it wasn't contagious, Ab Eb Bb But I made up my mind that I had to go on.
Bb Ab Eb Bb I broke into the tomb but the casket was empty Ab Eb Bb There were no jewels no nothing, I felt I'd been had. Ab Eb Bb When I saw that my partner was just being friendly, Ab Eb Bb When I took up his offer I must-a been mad
Bb Ab Eb Bb I picked up his body and I dragged it inside, Ab Eb Bb Threw down into the hole and I put back the cover. Ab Eb Bb I said a quick prayer and I felt satisfied Ab Eb Bb Then I rode back to Isis just to tell her I love her.
Bb Ab Eb Bb She was there in the meadow where the creek used to rise. Ab Eb Bb Blinded by sleep and in need of a bed. Ab Eb Bb I came in from the East with the sun in my eyes. Ab Eb Bb I cursed one time then rode on ahead.
Bb Ab Eb Bb She said "Where ya been?" I said "No place special." Ab Eb Bb She said "You look different." I said "Well I guess." Ab Eb Bb She said "You been gone." I said "That's only natural." Ab Eb Bb She said "You gonna stay." I said "Well if you want me to yes."
Bb Ab Eb Bb Isis oh Isis you're a mystical child Ab Eb Bb What drives me to you is what drives me insane Ab Eb Bb I still can remember the way that you smiled Ab Eb Bb On the fifth day of May in the drizzling rain
You angel You Tom: C
C F C You angel you F C You got me under your wing Em F G The way you walk and the way you talk F G C I feel I could almost sing
You angel you You're as fine as anything's fine I just want to watch you talk With your memory of my mind
Chorus F C And Lord, I can't sleep at night for trying Em F G Yes, I never did feel this way before C Em F G Never did get up and walk the floor C Em F G If this is love, then give me more and more and more and more
You angel you, You're as fine as can be The way you walk and the way you talk Is the way it ought to be
You angel you You got me under your wings The way you walk and the way you talk I sware it would make me sing
C F C You angel you
Is Your Love in Vain Tom :D Intro: D A/C# Bm A G A D A/C# Bm A G A D A/C# Bm A G A D A/C# Bm A G D
D A/C# Bm A G A A/B A/C# Do you love me or are you just extending goodwill? D A/C# Bm A G A A/B A/C# Do you need me half as bad as you say or are you just feeling guilt? D A/C# Bm A I've been burned before and I know the score, G A A/B A/C# so you won't hear me complain. D A/C# Bm A G A D Will I be able to count on you or is your love in vain?
D A/C# Bm A G A D Are you so fast that you cannot see that I must have solitude? D A/C# Bm A G A (A/B A/C#) When I am in the darkness, why do you intrude? D A/C# Bm A Do you know my world, do you know my kind G A (A/B A/C#) or must I explain? D A/C# Bm A G A D Will you let me be myself or is your love in vain?
G A D A/C# Bm Well I've been to the mountain and I've been in the wind, G A D I've been in and out of happiness. G A D A/C# Bm I have dined with kings, I've been offered wings, G A and I've never been too impressed.
D A/C# Bm A G A A/B A/C# All right, I'll take a chance, I will fall in love with you. D A/C# Bm A G A A/B A/C# If I'm a fool you can have the night, you can have the morning too. D A/C# Bm A G A A/B A/C# Can you cook and sew, make flowers grow, do you understand my pain? D A/C# Bm A G A D Are you willing to risk it all or is your love in vain?
I Threw it All Away Tom :C
C Am F C I once held her in my arms, Am F G She said she would always stay. A Dm C F C But I was cruel, I treated her like a fool,
F C F I threw it all away.
C Am F C Once I had mountains in the palm of my hand, Am F G And rivers that ran through ev'ry day. A Dm C F C I must have been mad, I never knew what I had,
F C F Until I threw it all away. G Love is all there is, C A It makes the world go 'round, F G A Love and only love, it can't be denied.
F G No matter what you think about it C Am You just won't be able to do without it. Bb F G Take a tip from one who's tried. C Am F C So if you find someone that gives you all of her love.
Am F G Take it to your heart, don't let it stray, A Dm C F For one thing that's certain, You will surely be a-hurtin' C F C F C If you throw it all away. G7 C If you throw it all away.
Everything Is Broken Tom: E7
E7 Broken lines, broken strings, broken threads, broken springs A7 E7 Broken idols, broken heads, people sleeping in broken beds B7 A7 Ain't no use jivin', ain't no use jokin' E7 Everything is broken
E7 Broken bottles, broken plates, broken switches, broken gates A7 E7 Broken dishes, broken parts, streets are filled with broken hearts B7 A7 Broken words never meant to be spoken E7 Everything is broken
E7 Seems like every time you stop and turn around A7 Something else has just hit the ground
E7 Broken cutters, broken saws, broken buckles, broken laws A7 E7 Broken bodies, broken bones, broken voices on broken phones B7 A7 Take a deep breath, feel like you're chokin' E7 Everything is broken
E7 Every time you leave and go off some place A7 Things fall to pieces in my face
E7 Broken hands on broken plows, broken treaties, broken vows A7 E7 Broken pipes, broken tools, people bending broken rules B7 A7 Hound dog howlin', bullfrog croakin' E7 Everything is broken
Lay Lady Lay Tom: A
A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Lay lady lay, lay across my big brass bed. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Lay lady lay, lay across my big brass bed. E F#m A Whatever colors you have, in your mind. E F#m A I'll show them to you and you'll, see them shine. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Lay lady lay, lay across my big brass bed.
A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Stay lady stay, stay with your man a while. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Until the break of day, let me see you make him smile. E F#m A His clothes are dirty but his, hands are clean. E F#m A And you're the best thing that he's, ever seen. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Stay lady stay, stay with your man a while.
C#m E F#m A Why wait any longer for the world to begin? C#m Bm A You can have your cake and eat it too. C#m E F#m A Why wait any longer for the one you love? C#m Bm When he's standing, in front of you.
A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Lay lady lay, lay across my big brass bed. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Stay lady stay, stay while the night is still ahead. E F#m A I long to see you in the, morning light. E F#m A I long to reach for you, in the night. A C#m G Bm A C#m G Bm Stay lady stay, stay while the night is still ahead.
A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall Tom: E
E A E Oh, where have you been, my blue eyed son? E B Oh, where have you been, my darling young one? A E I've stumbled on the side of twelve misty mountains A E I've walked and I've crawled on six crooked highways A E I've stepped in the middle of seven sad forests A E I've been out in front of a dozen dead oceans A E I've been ten thousand miles in the mouth of a graveyard E B E A And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard E B E A E And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall
E A E Oh, what did you see, my blue eyed son? E B Oh, what did you see, my darling young one? A E I saw a newborn baby with wild wolves all around it A E I saw a highway of diamonds with nobody on it A E I saw a black branch with blood that kept drippin' A E I saw a room full of men with their hammers a bleedin' A E I saw a white ladder all covered with water A E I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken A E I saw guns and sharp swords in the hands of young children E B E A And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard E B E A E And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall
E A E And what did you hear, my blue eyed son? E B And what did you hear, my darling young one? A E I heard the sound of a thunder, it roared out a warnin' A E Heard the roar of a wave that could drown the whole world A E Heard one hundred drummers whose hands were a blazin' A E Heard ten thousand whisperin' and nobody listenin' A E Heard one person starve, I heard many people laughin' A E Heard the song of a poet who died in the gutter A E Heard the sound of a clown who cried in the alley E B E A And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard E B E A E And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall
E A E Oh, who did you meet, my blue eyed son? E B Who did you meet, my darling young one? A E I met a young child beside a dead pony A E I met a white man who walked a black dog A E I met a young woman whose body was burning A E I met a young girl, she gave me a rainbow A E I met one man who was wounded in love A E I met another man who was wounded with hatred E B E A And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard E B E A E And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall
E A E Oh, what'll you do now, my blue eyed son? E B Oh, what'll you do now, my darling young one? A E I'm a goin' back out 'fore the rain starts a fallin' A E I'll walk to the depths of the deepest black forest A E Where the people are many and their hands are all empty A E Where the pellets of poison are flooding their waters A E Where the home in the valley meets the damp dirty prison A E Where the executioner's face is always well hidden A E Where hunger is ugly, where souls are forgotten A E Where black is the color, where none is the number A E And I'll tell it and think it and speak it and breathe it A E And reflect it from the mountain so all souls can see it A E Then I'll stand on the ocean until I start sinkin' A E But I'll know my song well before I start singin' E B E A And it's a hard, and it's a hard, it's a hard, and it's a hard E B E A E And it's a hard rain's a gonna fall
Abandoned Love Tom: G
G D G My heart is telling me, I love you still
G Em I can see the turning of the key C D I've been deceived by the clown inside of me Bm C I thought that he was righteous but he's vain G D G Something's telling me, I wear the ball and chain
G Em My patron saint is a-fighting with a ghost C D He's always off somewhere when I need him most Bm C The Spanish moon is rising on the hill G D G But something's telling me, I love you still
G Em I come back to the town from the flaming ruins C D But when I see you in the street I begin to swoon Bm C I love to see you dress before the mirror G D G Won't you let me in your room one time, before I finally disappear
G Em Everybody's wearing a disguise C D To hide what they've got left behind their eyes Bm C But me I can't cover what I am G D G Wherever their children go, I'll follow them
G Em I'm marching the parade of liberty C D But as long as I love you I'm not free Bm C How long must I suffer such abuse G D G Won't you let me see you smile, before I turn you loose
G Em I've given up the game I've got to leave C D The pot of gold is only make believe Bm C The treasure can't be found by men who search G D G Who's gods are dead and whose queens are in the church
G Em We sat in an empty theater and we kissed C D I asked you please to cross me off your list Bm C My head tells me it's time to make a change G D G But my heart is telling me, I love you but you're strange
**Harmonica Solo: Same Chords As Verse
G Em So one more time at midnight near the wall C D Take off your heavy makeup and your shawl Bm C Won't you descend from the throne from whence you sit G D G And let me feel your love one more time, before I finally abandon it
Absolutely Sweet Marie Tom: D Intro: D
D G A7 D Well, your railroad gate, you know I just can't jump it. G D A7 Sometimes it gets so hard, you see. D G A7 D Bm I'm just sitting here beating on my trumpet, F#m D A7 with all these promises you left for me. G A7 D But where are you tonight, sweet Marie ?
D G A7 D Well, I waited for you when I was half sick. G D A7 Yes I waited for you when you hated me. D G A7 D Bm Well, I waited for you inside of the frozen traffic F#m D A7 When you knew I had some other place to be. G A7 D Now, where are you tonight, sweet Marie ?
Bb D Well, anybody can be just like me, obviously, Bb D A7 But then, now again, not too many can be like you, fortunately. D G A7 D Well, six white horses that you did promise me G D A7 Where finally delivered down to the penitentiary. D G A7 D Bm But to live outside the law, you must be honest. F#m D A7 I know you always say that you agree, G A7 D But where are you tonight, sweet Marie ?
D G A7 D Now, I been in jail when all my mail showed G D A7 That a man can't give his address out to bad company, D G A7 D Bm And now I stand here lookin' at your yellow railroad F#m D A7 In the ruins of your balcony, G A7 D Wond'ring where are you tonight, sweet Marie ?
Bb D Well I don't know how it happened,But the riverboat captain,he knows my fate Bb D A7 But ev'rybody else, even yourself, they're just gonna have to wait. D G A7 D Well, I got the fever down in my pockets, G D A7 The Persian drunkard, he follows me. D G A7 D Bm Yes, I can take him to your house, but I can't unlock it. F#m D A7 You see, you forgot to leave me with the key. G A7 D Oh, where are you tonight, sweet Marie ?
You Ain't Going Nowhere Tom: G
G Am Clouds so swift, the rain won't lift C G The gates won't close, the railings froze Am Get your mind off wintertime C G You ain't going nowhere
G Am Ooo-wee, ride me high C G Tomorrow's the day my bride's gonna come Am Ooh, ooh, are we gonna fly C G Down in the easy chair
G Am I don't care how many letters they sent C G The morning came and the morning went Am Pick up your money, pack up your tent, C G You ain't going nowhere
G Am Ooo-wee, ride me high C G Tomorrow's the day my bride's gonna come Am Ooh, ooh, are we gonna fly C G Down in the easy chair
G Am Buy me a flute and a gun that shoots C G Tailgates and substitutes Am Strap yourself to the tree with roots C G You ain't going nowhere
G Am Ooo-wee, ride me high C G Tomorrow's the day my bride's gonna come Am Ooh, ooh, are we gonna fly C G Down in the easy chair
G Am Gengis Khan he could not keep C G All his kings supplied with sleep Am We'll climb that hill no matter how steep C G When we get up to it
All Along The Watchtower Tom: Am
Am G F G Am There must be some kind of way out of here Am G F G Am Said the joker to the thief Am G F G Am There's too much confusion Am G F G Am I can't get no relief Am G F G Am Business men they drink my wine Am G F G Am Plow men dig my earth Am G F G Am None would ever compromise Am G F G Am Nobody of this world
Am G F G Am No reason to get excited Am G F G Am The thief he kindly spoke Am G F G Am There are many here among us Am G F G Am Who feel that life is but a joke Am G F G Am But you and I we've been through that Am G F G Am And this is not our place Am G F G Am So let us stop talking falsely now Am G F G Am The hour's getting late
Am G F G Am All along the watchtower Am G F G Am Princess kept the view Am G F G Am While all the women came and went Am G F G Am Barefoot servants too Am G F G Am Outside in the cold distance Am G F G Am A wildcat did growl Am G F G Am Two riders were approaching Am G F G Am And the wind began to howl
Am G F G Am All along the watchtower Am G F G Am All along the watchtower Am G F G Am All along the watchtower
Any Day Now Tom :C
C Dm They say everything can be replaced, Em Dm C That every distance is not near, Dm So I remember every face, Em Dm C Of every man who's put me here.
Chorus: C Dm I see my light come shining, Em Dm G C From the west unto the east. Dm Any day now, any way now, Em Dm C I shall be released.
C Dm They say every man needs protection, Em Dm C That every man must rise and fall. Dm Yet I swear I see my reflection, Em Dm C Somewhere so high above this wall.
C Dm Yonder stands a man in this lonely crowd, Em Dm C A man who swears he's not to blame. Dm All day long I hear him shouting so loud, Em Dm C He's crying out that he was framed.
Dm Any day now, any way now, Em Dm C I shall be released
Baby I'm In The Mood For You Tom: G Intro: G G6 G/B
G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna milk my milk cow low C G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna leave my lonesome home G B7 C Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna hit that highway road G D G C But then again and again I said oh oh oh G D G Oh Babe I'm in the mood for you
G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna turn my back to the wall C G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna live in my pony stall G B7 C Sometimes I'm in the mood I ain't gonna do nothin at all G D G C But then again and again I said oh I said oh I said G D G Oh babe, I'm in the mood for you
G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna change my house around C G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna change the things in the town G B7 C Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna change the whole world around G D G C But then again and again I said oh I said oh I said G D G Oh babe, I'm in the mood for you
G Sometimes I'm in the mood I'm gonna give away all my sins C G Sometimes I'm in the mood I wanna walk the road again G B7 C Sometimes I'm in the mood and I'm bound to lose again G D G C But then again and again I said oh I said oh I said G D G Oh babe, sometimes I'm in the mood for you
Blowing In The Wind Tom: D
D G D G A4 A How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man? D G D Yes n how many seas must a white dove sail C A4 A Before she sleeps in the sand D G D Yes n how many times must the cannon G A4 A Balls fly before they're forever banned
Chorus: G A D F# Bm The answer my friend is blowing in the wind G A D The answer is blowing in the wind
D G D G A4 How many times must a man look up before he can see the sky A D G D Yes n how many ears must one man have G A4 Before he can hear people cry D G D Yes n how many deaths will it take till he knows G A4 A That too many people have died
D G D How many years can a mountain exist G A4 Before it is washed to the sea A D G D Yes n how many years can some people exist G A4 A Before they're allowed to be free? D G D Yes n how many times can a man turn his head G A4 A Pretending he just didn't see?
Tag: G A D The answer is blowing in the wind
Bob Dylan's Dream Tom: G
G Am While riding on a train going west C D I fell asleep for to take my rest. D7 D G I dreamed a dream that made me sad Am D C G Concerning myself and the first few friends I had.
G Am With half damp eyes I stared to the room C D Where my friends and I spent many an afternoon, D7 D G Where we together weathered many a storm, Am D C G Laughing and singing 'till the early hours of the morn.
G Am By the old wooden stove where our hats were hung, C D Our words were told and our songs were sung; D7 D G We longed for nothing and were satisfied Am D C G Talking and joking about the world outside.
G Am With haunted hearts through the heat and cold, C D We never thought we could get very old D7 D G We thought we could sit forever in fun Am D C G Though our chances really were a million to one.
G Am As easy it was to tell black from white, C D It was all that easy to tell wrong from right; D7 D G Our choices were few and the thought never hit Am D C G That the one road we traveled would ever shatter and split.
G Am Ah many a year has passed and gone, C D And many a gamble has been lost and won; D7 D G And many a road taken by many a friend, Am D C G And each one of them I've never seen again.
G Am I wish, I wish, I wish in vain, C D That we could sit simply in that room once again; D7 D G Ten thousand dollars at the drop of a hat, Am D C G I'd give it all gladly if our lives could be like that.
G Am While riding on a train going west C D I fell asleep for to take my rest. D7 D G I dreamed a dream that made me sad Am D C G Concerning myself and the first few friends I had
Buckets Of Rain Tom: G
G6 D G6 D Buckets of rain, buckets of tears, G6 D G6 D Got all them buckets comin' out of my ears. G D Buckets of moonbeams in my hand, A G F#m A7/E D I got all the love, honey baby, you can stand.
G6 D G6 D I been meek and hard like an oak, G6 D G6 D I seen pretty people disappear like smoke. G D Friends will arrive, friends will disappear, A G F#m A7/E D If you want me, honey baby, I'll be here.
G6 D G6 D Like your smile and your fingertips, G6 D G6 D Like the way that you move your lips. G D I like the cool way you look at me, A G F#m A7/E D Everything about you is bringing me misery.
G6 D G6 D Little red wagon, little red bike, G6 D G6 D I ain't no monkey but I know what I like. G D I like the way you love me strong and slow, A G F#m A7/E D I'm taking you with me, honey baby, when I go.
G6 D G6 D Life is sad, life is a bust, G6 D G6 D All you can do is do what you must. G D You do what you must do and you do it well, A G F#m A7/E D I'll do it for you, honey baby, can't you tell
Changing Of The Guards Tom: Fm Intro: Ab
Fm Sixteen years, Ab Eb Fm Sixteen banners united over the fields Db Eb While the good shepherd grieves Fm Ab Eb Desperate men, desperate women divided, Fm Db Eb Ab Spreading their wings 'neath the falling leaves.
Fm Fortune calls. Ab Eb Fm I stepped forth from the shadows, to the marketplace, Db Eb Fm Merchants and thieves, hungry for power, my last deal gone down. Ab Eb Fm She's smelling sweet like the meadows where she was born, Db Eb Ab On midsummer's eve, near the tower.
Fm The cold-blooded moon. Ab Eb The captain waits above the celebration Fm Db Eb Sending his thoughts to a beloved maid Fm Ab Eb Whose ebony face is beyond communication. Fm Db Eb Ab The captain is down but still believing that his love will be repaid.
Fm They shaved her head. Ab Eb She was torn between Jupiter and Apollo. Fm Db Eb A messenger arrived with a black nightingale. Fm Ab Eb I seen her on the stairs and I couldn't help but follow, Fm Db Eb Ab Follow her down past the fountain where they lifted her veil.
Fm I stumbled to my feet. Ab Eb I rode past destruction in the ditches Fm Db Eb With the stitches still mending 'neath a heart-shaped tattoo. Fm Ab Eb Renegade priests and treacherous young witches Fm Db Eb Ab Were handing out the flowers that I'd given to you.
Fm The palace of mirrors Ab Eb Where dog soldiers are reflected, Fm Db Eb The endless road and the wailing of chimes, Fm Ab Eb The empty rooms where her memory is protected, Fm Db Eb Ab Where the angels' voices whisper to the souls of previous times.
Fm She wakes him up Ab Eb Forty-eight hours later, the sun is breaking Fm Db Eb Near broken chains, mountain laurel and rolling rocks. Fm Ab Eb She's begging to know what measures he now will be taking Fm Db Eb Ab He's pulling her down and she's clutching on to his long golden locks.
Fm Gentlemen, he said, Ab Eb Fm I don't need your organization, I've shined your shoes, Db Eb I've moved your mountains and marked your cards Fm Ab Eb But Eden is burning, either get brave for elimination Fm Db Eb Ab Or else your hearts must have the courage for the changing of the guards.
Fm Peace will come Ab Eb Fm With tranquility and splendor on the wheels of fire Db Eb Fm But will offer no reward when her false idols fall Ab Eb Fm And cruel death surrenders with its pale ghost retreating Db Eb Ab Between the King and the Queen of Swords.
Fm Ab Eb Fm...
Most of the Time Tom: C
C F Most of the time, I keep focused all around. C F Most of the time, I can keep both feet on the ground. Am F I can follow the path, I can read the sign. Am F Stay right with it, and the road unwinds. C F I can handle whatever, I stumble upon. Am F C F C F I don't even notice, she's gone, ..... most of the time.
C F Most of the time, it's well understood. C F Most of the time, I wouldn't change it if I could. Am F I can make it all match up, I can hold my own. Am F I can deal with the situation, right down to the bone. C F And I can survive, and I can endure, Am F C F C F And I don't even think, about her, ..... most of the time.
C F Most of the time, my head is on straight. C F Most of the time, I'm strong enough not to hate. Am F I don't deal a delusion, 'till it makes me sick. Am F I ain't afraid of confusion, no matter how thick. C F I can smile in the face, of mankind, Am F C FCF Don't even remember, what her lips felt like on mine, most of the time.
Am C Most of the time, she ain't even in my mind. Am C I wouldn't know her if I saw her, she's that far behind. E F Most of the time, I can't even be sure, E F F If she was ever with me, or if I was ever with her.
C F Most of the time, I'm halfway content. C F Most of the time, I know exactly where it all went. Am F I don't cheat on myself, I don't run and hide. Am F Hide from the feelings, that I buried inside. C F I don't compromise, and I don't pretend. Am F C F C F I don't even care, if I ever see her again, most of the time.
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