East Coast Blues chords with lyrics by Matt Minglewood - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Matt Minglewood – East Coast Blues chords

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AThe wheels on this old bus keep right on turning
A EOn the highway across New Brunswick now they're burning
AAnd if we don't break down this time
D G DWe'll hit the border at just about nine
A E ACross the state of Maine to the border again we go
AWe've got a rockin' blues band trying the best to please you
A EHeading off to the big city trying to find somebody who needs us
AAnd if the man will just say you on
D G DThese poor boys are gonna be just about gone
A E ANever gonna have the East Coast Blues again
GRambling, gambling, searching
ATrying to find the right chord blues
AWe hit the 401 past Montreal
A EWhen I get to Toronto, I swear that I just might have myself a ball
ABut this old engine been holdin' on
D G DJust about a thousand miles too long
A E AHow can we roll if the wheels won't go no more
AA rented truck might change our luck, so we got one
A ESix in the front seat, driving down Younge Street laughing
ABut when the man came to hear our songs
D G DHe said "I'm sorry boys but you're comin' on way to strong
A E AWe can't get it on the radio"
GRambling, gambling, searching
ATrying to find the right chord blues
AWe're a rockin' blues band trying the best we can to please you
A EWe're heading off to the big city trying to find a man to see us
ABut when the man came to hear our songs
D G DHe said, "I'm sorry boys you're comin' on way to strong"
A E A"We can't get it on the radio"
GRambling, gambling, searching
ATrying to find the right chord blues
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