|Album:||Even Cowgirls Get The Blues (recorded 1979) and various bootlegs
|Key:||F Major (1 flat)|
Tabbed by: Bert Timmermans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Verse : I think the right sequence is / F / Gm/F / Bb/F / F / Dm / Dm / C / C /, keeping F in the bass throughout the first 4 chords, though I'm not sure about Bb/F.
F Gm/F Bb/F F Turn on the radio, all I can do is cry Dm Dm C C Hearing you sing the same old songs again. F Gm/F Bb/F F People come and people go, it's all the same to me Dm Dm C C How come the memory still hurts? Dm Dm C C
Then to verse 3 & 4 (+ drums):
If I lost a word there that night a long time ago It's 'cause I didn't write them down. You can go against the war, make me feel at ease Just tell me everything's all right.
Chorus : you're in C from the verse, then [/ Dm / C ]x2 / Dm / Dm / C / C /
Dm C 'Cause I don't know why she came Dm C Don't know why she came Dm Dm C C Don't know why she came down here at all.
Then to verse 5 & 6. And cut to 2x chorus.
Bridge : / Eb.? / Bb / F.? / Bb / (the .? is the transitional chord by the guitar) Eb.? Bb Hold on to nothing F.? Bb Hold on tight
this 4-chord sequence is repeated 3 times over the next lines:
Hold on to nothing Hold - tight Live in the darkness When (......?) Just 'cause you're nothing Turned insane
And cut to 2x chorus, then to bridge sequence with guitar solo (2x).
[note: each chord symbol represents one bar, hence the doubles]