Turnpike Troubadours - 1968 chords

      
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TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS - 1968
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CHORD PATTERNS -------------- C x32010 D xx0232 G 320033 D/F# 2x0232
Em 022000--------------
One, Two, Three, (start with notes G -> A -> B) C D G D/F# Em C D G VERSE
C DThere ain't a thing in the world to take me back
G D/F# EmLike a dark-haired girl in a Cadillac
C D GOn main street of an old forgotten town
C DThe sun light shines in fine white lines
G D/F# Em COn weathered stores with open signs
D GThey may as well just close 'em down.
CHORUS
C G D GAnd you look like 1968 or was it '69
C GWhen I heard you caught a bullet
DWell I guess you're doing fine
C GAnd you speak of revolution
D GLike it's some place that you've been
C GWell you've been a long time gone
DGood too see you my old friend.
BREAK C D G D/F# Em VERSE
C DOh now that sign is gone away
G D/F# EmReplaced instead by silver age
C D Gand moonlight falling on the avenue
C DOh and I could sleep if you would drive
G D/F# EmI just can't keep my mind alive
C D GAnd you've got nothing better else to do
CHORUS 2
C GAnd we've all been looking for you
D GLike a hobo you walk in
C GWell how the mighty all have fallen
DHow the holy all have sinned
C GIs that the clattering of sabers
D GOr the cool September winds
C GWell you've been a long time gone
DGood to see you my old friend.
BREAK C D G D/F# Em VERSE
C DAnd there's just two times a day like this
G D/F# EmYou find this kind of blissfulness
C D GThe sun it sets and rises in the morn
C DAnd we're shakin hands, I rub my eyes
G D/F# EmFree up all my alibis
C D GJust a blinking like the day I was born
CHORUS
C G D GAnd you look like 1968 or was it '69
C GWhen I heard you caught a bullet
DWell I guess you're doing fine
C GAnd you speak of revolution
D GLike it's some place that you've been
C GWell you've been a long time gone
DGood too see you my old friend.
OUTRO
C G D GAnd when the rounds were fired that April you were on the balcony
C G DWhen ten thousand tear drops hit the ground in Memphis, Tennessee
C G D GYou were a prideful rebel yell among a million marching men.
C GAnd you've been a long time gone
D GGood to see you my old friend
C GWell you've been a long time gone
D GGood to see you my old friend.
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