Tom Waits – Lucinda tab

Chords:
Left handed
Transpose:
this is my first ever submission so please don't be too harsh,
also am not exactly sure that the Bmaj chord is quite right,
but if u holler n growl enough like Mr. Waits when you are playing
it sounds passable 

          Am                    Am
Well they call me William The Pleaser
        Am                    E
I sold opium, fireworks and lead
           Am                    Dm
Now I'm telling my troubles to strangers
           Am         E            Am
When the shadows get long I'll be dead
 
         Am                               Am
Now her hair was as black as a bucket of tar
             Am                    E
Skin was as white as a cuttlefish bone
         Am              Dm                        Dm
I left Texas to follow Lucinda            
Am E Am e |-X-|---|---|---|Now I'll never see heaven or home B |---|---|-X-|---| G |---|-X-|---|---| Am Am D |---|---|---|---|I made a wish on silver of moonlight XA |---|---|---|---| Am E XE |---|---|---|---|A sly grin and a bowl full of stars Am DmLike a kid who captures a firefly Am E AmAnd leaves it only to die in the jar
Am Am As I kick at the clouds at my hanging Am E As I swing out over the crowd Am Dm I will search every face for Lucinda's Am E Am And she will go off with me down to hell Am Am I thought I'd broke loose of Lucinda Am E The rain returned and so did the wind Am Dm I cast this burden on the God that's within me Am E Am I will leave this old world and go free Bmaj
D Am e |---|-x-|---|---|---|The devil dances inside empty pockets B |---|-x-|---|-X-|---| D Am G |---|-x-|---|-X-|---|But she did'nt want money or pearls D |---|-x-|---|-X-|---| D Am A |---|-X-|---|---|---|No, that wasn't enough for Lucinda XE |---|---|---|---|---| Bmaj EShe wasn't that kind of girl
Am Am Now I've fallen from grace for Lucinda Am E Whoever thought that hell would be so cold Am Dm I did well for an old tin can sailor Am E Am But she wanted the bell in my soul Am Am I've spoken to God on the mountain Am E And I've swam in the Irish sea Am Dm I ate fire and drank from the Ganges Am E Am And I'll beg there for mercy for me Am Am I thought I'd broke loose of Lucinda Am E The rain returned and so did the wind Am Dm I was standing outside the Whitehorse Am E Am Oh but I was afraid to go in Am Am I heard someone pull the trigger Am E Her breasts heaved in the moonlight again Am Dm There was a smear of gold in the window Am E Am And then I was the jewel of her sin Am Am They call me William The Pleaser Am E I sold opium, fireworks and lead Am Dm Now I'm telling my troubles to strangers Am E Am When the shadows get long I'll be dead Am Am Now her hair was as black as a bucket of tar Am E Skin was as white as a cuttlefish bone Am Dm I left Texas to follow Lucinda Am E Am Now I'll never see heaven or home Am E Am No I'll never see heaven or home Am E Am No I'll never see heaven or home
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