Charlie Landsborough – Who Can Blame Him chords

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I hope you enjoy my interpretation of this song ... Garry Smythe
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Who Can Blame Him   Charlie Landsborough

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Charlie sings this in the key of  F
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INTRO     

Am        

Verse 1

F G AmHe had such a short attention span
F G AmHe was born with restless in his soul
F G AmShe was well aware from the moment it began
F G AmThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
F GWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
Am F GWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Am F GWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
F G AmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
F Well you might as well blame the freight train
G AmFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
F G AmShe could see the sparkle disappear
F G AmAs things became familiar to his eyes
F G AmShe could sense that time was drawing near
FWhen you want it to stop
G AmIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
F GWho can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
Am F GWho can blame him if he can't put out the fire
Am F GWho can blame him if his feet were meant to run
F G AmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
F Well you might as well blame the freight train
G AmFor loving the railroad track
SOLO Am Verse 3
F G AmNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
F G AmBut he'll keep his conscience clean
F G AmCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
F G AmHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
F G AmNow we all have our addictions
F G AmAnd won-der lust is one
F G AmSome cherish their restrictions
F G Am They stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
F GWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
Am F GWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Am F GWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
F G AmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
F Well you might as well blame the freight train
G AmFor loving the railroad track
F Well you might as well blame the freight train
G AmFor loving the railroad track
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G A BmHe had such a short attention span
G A BmHe was born with restless in his soul
G A BmShe was well aware from the moment it began
G A BmThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
G AWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
Bm G AWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Bm G AWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
G A BmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
GWell you might as well blame the freight train
A BmFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
G A BmShe could see the sparkle disappear
G A BmAs things became familiar to his eyes
G A BmShe could sense that time was drawing near
GWhen you want it to stop
A BmIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
G AWho can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
Bm G AWho can blame him if he can't put out the fire
Bm G AWho can blame him if his feet were meant to run
G A BmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
GWell you might as well blame the freight train
A BmFor loving the railroad track
SOLO Bm Verse 3
G A BmNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
G A BmBut he'll keep his conscience clean
G A BmCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
G A BmHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
G A BmNow we all have our addictions
G A BmAnd won-der lust is one
G A BmSome cherish their restrictions
G A BmThey stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
G AWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
Bm G AWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Bm G AWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
G A BmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
GWell you might as well blame the freight train
A BmFor loving the railroad track
GWell you might as well blame the freight train
A BmFor loving the railroad track
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX INTRO C#m Verse 1
A B C#mHe had such a short attention span
A B C#mHe was born with restless in his soul
A B C#mShe was well aware from the moment it began
A B C#mThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
A BWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
C#m A BWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
C#m A BWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
A B C#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
AWell you might as well blame the freight train
B C#mFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
A B C#mShe could see the sparkle disappear
A B C#mAs things became familiar to his eyes
A B C#mShe could sense that time was drawing near
AWhen you want it to stop
B C#mIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
A BWho can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
C#m A BWho can blame him if he can't put out the fire
C#m A BWho can blame him if his feet were meant to run
A B C#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
AWell you might as well blame the freight train
B C#mFor loving the railroad track
SOLO C#m Verse 3
A B C#mNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
A B C#mBut he'll keep his conscience clean
A B C#mCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
A B C#mHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
A B C#mNow we all have our addictions
A B C#mAnd won-der lust is one
A B C#mSome cherish their restrictions
A B C#mThey stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
A BWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
C#m A BWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
C#m A BWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
A B C#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
AWell you might as well blame the freight train
B C#mFor loving the railroad track
AWell you might as well blame the freight train
B C#mFor loving the railroad track
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX INTRO Em Verse 1
C D EmHe had such a short attention span
C D EmHe was born with restless in his soul
C D EmShe was well aware from the moment it began
C D EmThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
C DWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
Em C DWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Em C DWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
C D EmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
CWell you might as well blame the freight train
D EmFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
C D EmShe could see the sparkle disappear
C D EmAs things became familiar to his eyes
C D EmShe could sense that time was drawing near
CWhen you want it to stop
D EmIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
C DWho can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
Em C DWho can blame him if he can't put out the fire
Em C DWho can blame him if his feet were meant to run
C D EmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
CWell you might as well blame the freight train
D EmFor loving the railroad track
SOLO Em Verse 3
C D EmNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
C D EmBut he'll keep his conscience clean
C D EmCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
C D EmHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
C D EmNow we all have our addictions
C D EmAnd won-der lust is one
C D EmSome cherish their restrictions
C D EmThey stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
C DWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
Em C DWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
Em C DWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
C D EmIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
CWell you might as well blame the freight train
D EmFor loving the railroad track
CWell you might as well blame the freight train
D EmFor loving the railroad track
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX INTRO F#m Verse 1
D E F#mHe had such a short attention span
D E F#mHe was born with restless in his soul
D E F#mShe was well aware from the moment it began
D E F#mThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
D EWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
F#m D EWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
F#m D EWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
D E F#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
DWell you might as well blame the freight train
E F#mFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
D E F#mShe could see the sparkle disappear
D E F#mAs things became familiar to his eyes
D E F#mShe could sense that time was drawing near
DWhen you want it to stop
E F#mIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
D EWho can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
F#m D EWho can blame him if he can't put out the fire
F#m D EWho can blame him if his feet were meant to run
D E F#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
DWell you might as well blame the freight train
E F#mFor loving the railroad track
SOLO F#m Verse 3
D E F#mNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
D E F#mBut he'll keep his conscience clean
D E F#mCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
D E F#mHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
D E F#mNow we all have our addictions
D E F#mAnd won-der lust is one
D E F#mSome cherish their restrictions
D E F#mThey stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
D EWho can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
F#m D EWho can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
F#m D EWho can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
D E F#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
DWell you might as well blame the freight train
E F#mFor loving the railroad track
DWell you might as well blame the freight train
E F#mFor loving the railroad track
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX INTRO G#m Verse 1
E F# G#mHe had such a short attention span
E F# G#mHe was born with restless in his soul
E F# G#mShe was well aware from the moment it began
E F# G#mThis rolling stone would have to roll
CHORUS:
E F#Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire
G#m E F#Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
G#m E F#Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run
E F# G#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
EWell you might as well blame the freight train
F# G#mFor loving the railroad track
Verse 2
E F# G#mShe could see the sparkle disappear
E F# G#mAs things became familiar to his eyes
E F# G#mShe could sense that time was drawing near
EWhen you want it to stop
F# G#mIts funny how time flies
CHORUS:
E F#Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire
G#m E F#Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire
G#m E F#Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run
E F# G#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
EWell you might as well blame the freight train
F# G#mFor loving the railroad track
SOLO G#m Verse 3
E F# G#mNow he'll keep her memory near his heart
E F# G#mBut he'll keep his conscience clean
E F# G#mCause he told no lies and she knew right from the start
E F# G#mHe could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine
E F# G#mNow we all have our addictions
E F# G#mAnd won-der lust is one
E F# G#mSome cherish their restrictions
E F# G#mThey stop and stare but he likes moving on
CHORUS:
E F#Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?
G#m E F#Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?
G#m E F#Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?
E F# G#mIf he likes the morning sun upon his back
EWell you might as well blame the freight train
F# G#mFor loving the railroad track
EWell you might as well blame the freight train
F# G#mFor loving the railroad track
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