Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle chords ver. 2

Chords
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Song:   Duquesne Whistle
Artist: Bob Dylan
Album:  Tempest (2012)
Tempo:  Walkin' Blues with a Skiffle Beat.
Time:   6/8
Tabbed: rikigo (grosserr@gmail.com)
URL:    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mns9VeRguys, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Tempest_%28Bob_Dylan_album%29
Tuning: Half-Step Down

Capo 2

Chords:
                    E A D G B e
E*              === X X X161716
F#*             === X X X181918
Eb*             === X X X151615
Db*             === X X X131513
B*              === X X X111211
A*              === X X X091009
D               === X X X020302
G               === 03020000003
A               === X0002020200
Asus2 === X0002020000Aadd4 === X0000020200
D3add4 === X X X000302 Capo 2 Intro: | E* F#* E* Eb* Db* B*| B* C* B* E* | | E* F#* E* Eb* Db* B*| B* C* B* E* | | B* A*| B* E* | | E* F#* E* Eb* Db* B*| B* C* B* E* | Bridge: | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | Verse 1:
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowing,
D A DBlowing like it's gonna sweep my world away.
D G DI wanna stop at Carmangale and keep on going,
D A DThat Duquesne train goin' rock me night and day.
Verse 2:
G DYou say I'm a gambler, you say I'm a pimp,
G ABut I ain't neither one.
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowing,
D A DSounding like it's on a final run.
Bridge: | G D G D | Verse 3:
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowin',
D A DBlowing like she never blowed before.
D G DLittle light blinking', red light glowin',
D A DBlowing like she's at my chamber door.
Verse 4:
A GYou smiling through the fence at me,
G AJust like you always smiled before.
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowin',
D A DBlowin' like she ain't gon' blow no more.
Bridge: | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | Verse 5:
D G DCan't you hear that Duquesne whistle blowin'?
D A DBlowin' like the sky's gonna blow apart.
D G DYou're the only thing alive that keeps me going,
D A DYou're like a time-bomb in my heart.
Verse 6:
G DI can hear a sweet voice steadily calling,
G AMust be the Mother of our Lord.
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowing,
D A DBlowing like my woman's on board.
Bridge: | G D G D | Verse 7:
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowing,
D A DBlowing like it's goin' to blow my blues away.
D G DYou old rascal, I know exactly where you're going,
D A DI'll lead you there myself at the break of day.
Verse 8:
G DI wake up every morning with that woman in my bed,
G AEverybody telling me she's gone to my head.
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowin',
D A DBlowin' like it's goin' to kill me dead.
Bridge: | D A G D | G D A NC| (Sustain) | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | Verse 9:
D G DCan't you hear that Duquesne whistle blowin'?
D A DBlowing through another no good town.
D G DThe lights on my lady's land are glowing,
D A DI wonder if they'll know me next time 'round?
Verse 10:
G DI wonder if that old oak tree's still standing?
G AThat old oak tree, the one we used to climb.
D G DListen to that Duquesne whistle blowin',
D A DBlowing like she's blowin' right on time.
Bridge:| A-Aadd4-A D-D3add4-D | A-Aadd4-A D-D3add4-D | (Rhythm & Accent)
Coda: (Solo Over) | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | | G D G D | G D Asus2 D | (Fade) Notes: 1. Part of the 'slack-key guitar' sound is related to it being tuned a half-step down. It's also easier to play the octave chords (*). 2. Another wonderful piece of diverse musical creation from Dylan and Hildago. Replete with hallmarks of Charlie Christian, Folk, Washboard Skiffle to Tex-Mex drum rolls. Early rock and improvised Jazz guitar accents. 3. The Lead Guitar accents are most prominent and varied in the later verses and the Bass Lines are typical Walkin' Blues runs. They are worthy of separate annotation.
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