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Agardon Burning Eyes

'74-'75
The Connells


AmGot no Creason for Fcoming to me and the Crain running Amdown
There's no Creason G
AmAnd the Csame voice Fcoming to me like it's Call slowin' Amdown
And belCieve me G

I was the Amone who let you Cknow
I was your Gsorry-ever-Fafter. '7Am4-'7C5 G

AmIt's not Ceasy, Fnothing to say 'cause it's Calready Amsaid
It's never Ceasy. G
When I Clook on your Feyes then I Cfind that GI'll do Amfine.
When I Clook on your Feyes then I do Gbetter.

I was the Amone who let you Cknow
I was your Gsorry-ever-Fafter. '7Am4-'7C5 G
Giving me Ammore and I'll Cdefy
'Cause you're Greally only Fafter '7Am4-'7C5 G


American Pie
Don McLean


A lGong, lDong time aEmgo
I cAman still remCember how that mEmusic used to make me smDile.
And GI knew Dif I hEmad my chance that AmI could make those pCeople dance
and mEmaybe they'd by hCappy for a whDile.
BEmut February mAmade me shiver with evEmery paper I'd dAmeliver.
BCad news Gon the dAmoorstep, I cCouldn't take one mDore step.
I cGan't remDember if EmI cried when I rAm7ead about his wiDdowed bride,
SGomething tDouched me dEmeep inside the dCay the mD7usic dGied.C G


So bGye-bCye, Miss AmGerican PDie. Drove my ChGevy to the lCevee but the
LGevee was dDry, them gGood ole bCoys were drinkin' whGiskey and RDye, singing
ThEmis'll be the day that I dA7ie, ThEmis'll be the day that I dD7ie.


DGid you write the bAmook of love and do yCou have faith in GAmod above?
If the BEmible tells you Dso Now do yGou belDieve in rEmock and roll?
Can mAmusic save your mCortal soul? And cEman you teach me how to dA7ance real slD7ow?
Well I knEmow that you're in lAmove with him 'cause I sEmaw you dancing Amin the gym,
You bCoth kGicked off your shA7oes, Man I dCig those rhythm and blD7ues!
I was a lGonely teDenage brEmoncin' buck, with a pAmink carnation and a pCick-up truck.
But GI knew DI was Emout of luck the dCay, the mD7usic dGied. C G I started singing....

Chorus
Now for tGen years, we've been Amon our own and mCoss grows fat on a rAmolling stone,
BEmut that's not how it used to Dbe. Cause when the jGester sDang for the KEming & Queen
in a cAmoat he borrowed fCrom James Dean and a vEmoice that came from yA7ou and D7me
Oh and whEmile the king was lAmooking down the jEmester stole his thAmorny crown
the cCourt rGoom was adA7journed Cno verdict wD7as returned.
And while LGennon rDead a bEmook on Marx the quAmartet practiced Cin the park
Gand we sang dDirges iEmn the dark the dCay the mD7usic dGied C G I started singin'

Chorus

HGelter skelter Amin the summer swelter the bCirds flew off with a fAmallout shelter
EmEight miles high and falling fDast it laGnded foul Don the grEmass
The plAmayers tried for a fCorward pass with the jEmester on the sA7idelines in a cD7ast
The hEmalf time air was swAmeet perfume while the sEmergeants played a mAmarching tune
wCe all gGot up to dA7ance but we nCever got the chD7ance. 'Cause
the plGayers trDied to tEmake the field, but the mAmarching band refCused to yield
DGo you recDall what wEmas revealed the dCay the mD7usic dGied.C G I started singin'

Chorus

And thGere we were all Amin one place, A genCeration lAmost in space.
With nEmo time left, to start aDgain. So come on, JGack be nDimble, JEmack be quick,
JAmack flash sat on a cCandlestick. 'Cause fEmire is the dA7evil's only frD7iend.
And Emas I watched him Amon the stage my hEmands were clenched in fAmists of rage.
nCo angGel born in hA7ell could bCreak that Satan's spD7ell
And Gas the flDames climbed hEmigh into the night, to lAmight the sacrifCicial rite
IG saw SDatan laughing wEmith delight, the dCay the mD7usic dGied.C G we were singin'

Chorus

I mGet a gDirl who sEmang the blues so
I Amasked her for some hCappy news but shEme just smiled and turned aDway.
I wGent dDown to the sEmacred store. Where I hAmeard the music yCears before.
But the mEman there said the mCusic wouldn't plDay. And
Emin the streets the chAmildren screamed, the lEmovers cried and the pAmoets dreamed.
BCut not Ga word wAmas spoken. The chCurch bells all were brDoken.
GAnd the thDree mEmen I admire most: the fAm7ather, Son and the HDoly Ghost
They cGaught the lDast train fEmor the coast the dCay, the mD7usic dGied. C G And they were singing:

Chorus twice, ending:

tChis'll be the dD7ay that I dGie. C G

Always look on the bright Side of Life
Monty Python


Some Amthings in life are Dbad they can Greally make you Emmad
Other Amthings just make you Dswear and Gcurse
When you've Amchewing an life's Dgristle
Don't Ggrumble give a Emwhistle
And Amthis'll help things turn out for the D7best

And Galways Emlook on the Ambright D7side of Glife Em Am D7
AlwGays Emlook on the Amlight D7side of Glife Em Am D7

If Amlife seems jolly Drotten there's Gsomething you've Emforgotten
and that's to Amlaugh and smile and Ddance and Gsing.
When you've Amfeeling in the Ddumps don't be Gsilly Emchumps
Just Ampurse your lips and whistle - that's the D7thing

And Galways Emlook on the Ambright D7side of Glife Em Am D7
Come on alwGays Emlook on the AmbrightD7 side of lGife Em Am D7


For lAmife is quite absuDrd and deGath's the final Emword
you must Amalways face the Dcurtain with a Gbow
ForAmget about your Dsin - give the Gaudience a Emgrin
EnAmjoy it - it's your last chance anyD7how.

So aGlways lEmook on the bAmright sD7ide of dGeath Em Am D7
Gjust beEmfore you Amdraw your terD7minal Gbreath Em Am D7

AmLife's a pice if Dshit Gwhen you look at Emit
AmLife's a laugh and Ddeath's a joke it's Gtrue
You'll Amsee it's all a Dshow
keep'em Glaughing as you Emgo
just reAmmember that the last laugh is on D7you

And Galways Emlook on the Ambright D7side of Glife Em Am D7
GAlways Emlook on the Amright D7side of Glife Em Am D7

AAlways F#look on the Bmright E7side of Alife F# Bm E7
AAlways F#look on the Bmright E7side of Alife .F#... Bm E7




I'll Be There For You
Bon Jovi


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I guess this time you're really Dmleaving
FI hear your suitcase say good-Cbye
and as my broken heart lies Dmbleeding
Fyou say true love is sui-Ccide.

You say you cried a thousand Dmrivers
Fand now you're swimming for the Cshore
Amyou left me drowning in my Dmtears
Fand you won't save me any-Gmore.
N.C.I'm praying to God you'll give me one more chance girl.


CI'll be there for you
Amthese five words I swear to you
when you Dmbreathe I wanna be the air for you
FI'll be Gthere for Cyou.
CI'd live and I'd die for you
AmI'd steal the sun from the sky for you
Dmwords can't say what love can do
FI'll be Gthere for Cyou.


I know you we've had some good times
now they have thir own hiding place
I can promise you tomorrow
but I can't buy back yesterday.
And baby you know my hands are dirty (and baby you know my hands are dirty)
but I wanted to be your valentine
I'll be the water when you get thirsty baby
when you get drunk I'll be the wine. (Jon's scream)

Chorus

And I wasn't there when you where happy
and I wasn't there when you were down, down down
I didn't mean to miss your birthday baby
I wish I'd seen you blow those candles out.

Chorus


Blaze of Glory
Bon Jovi


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I Dm wake up in the morning, And I C raise my weary head
I've got an G old coat for a pillow, And the Dm earth was last night's bed
I F don't know where I'm going, Only C God knows where I've been
I'm a G devil on the run, A six gun lover, A Dm candle in the wind

Riff two times

When you've Dm brought into this world, They C say you're born in sin
Well at G least they gave me something, I didn't have to Dm steal or have to win
Well they F tell me that I'm wanted, Yeah, C I'm a wanted man
I'm a G colt in your stable, I'm what Cain was to Abel, Mister Dm catch me if you can

I'm going G down in a blaze of D glory, Take me G now but know the D truth
I'm going G out in a blaze of D glory, Lord I C never drew first
But I drew first blood, I'm G no one's sone, Call me young gDun

Riff

You Dm ask about my conscience, And I C offer you my soul
You ask if I'll G grow to be a wise man, Well I Dm ask if I'll grow old
You F ask me if I've known love, And what it's like to C sing songs in the rain
Well, I've G seen love come, And I've seen it shot down, I've Dm seen it die in vain

Shot G down in a blaze of D glory, Take me G now but know the D truth
'Cause I'm going G down in a blaze of D glory, Lord I C never drew first
But I drew first blood, I'm the G devil's son, Call me young gDun

Riff two times
Solo; chords similar to chorus
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Each Dm night I go to bed, I pray the C Lord my soul to keep
No I ain't G looking for forgiveness, But beDmfore I'm six foot deep
Lord, I F got to ask a favor, And I C hope you'll understand
'Cause I've G lived life to the fullest, Let this Dm boy die like a man
G Staring down a bullet, Let me Dm make my final stand

Shot G down in a blaze of D glory, Take me G now but know the D truth
I'm going G out in a blaze of D glory, Lord I C never drew first
But I drew first blood, and I'm G no one's son
Call me young D gun C, I'm a young G gun D D C G

Riff two times

Annie's Song
John Denver



You fill up my sCensDes,Em like a niCght in the foGresG/F#t. Em
Like a moBmuntain in sprCingtBmime,Am like a wCalk in the rDain.
Like a storm in the dCeseDrt,Em like a slCeepy blue ocGeanG/F#. Em
You fBmill up my sCensBmes,Am come fD7ill me agaGin.Gsus4

CGome let me loCve yDou,Em let me gCive my life for yGou.G/F# Em
Let me drBmown in your laCughtBmer,Am let me dCie in your Darms.
Let me lay down beCside yDou,Em let me alCways be with GyouG/F#. Em
CBmome let me loCve yBmou,Am come lD7ove me agGainGsus4.

GYou fill up my sCensDes,Em like a niCght in the foGresG/F#t. Em
Like a moBmuntain in sprCingtBmime,Am like a wCalk in the rDain.
Like a storm in the dCeseDrt,Em like a slCeepy blue ocGeanG/F#. Em
You fBmill up my sCensBmes,Am come fD7ill me agaGin.Gsus4 G

Back Home again
John Denver



There's a Gstorm across the G7valley, Cclouds are rollin' in
the D7afternoorn is heavy on your shoul-Gders.
There's a Gtruck out on the G7four lane, a Cmile or more away
the D7whinin' of his wheels just makes it Gcolder.

He's an Ghour away from G7ridin' on your Cprayers up in the sky
and D7ten days on the road are barely Ggone.
There's a Gfire softly G7burning; Csupper's on the stove
but it's the D7light in your eyes that makes him Gwarm.


HCey, it's good to bD7e back home a-gGainG7
SCometimes tD7his old farm fGeels like a long lost frCiend
Yes, 'n, D7hey it's good to be back home agGain


After Gall the news to tG7ell him: hCow'd you spend your time?
And whD7at's the latest thing the neighbors sGay
and your mother called last frG7iday; "SCunshine" made her cry
and you fD7elt the baby move just yesterdGay.

Chorus

G7GACnd oh, the time thD7at I can lay this tired old body dCown
and Amfeel your fingers D7feather soft up-Gon meG7
the kCisses that I lD7ive for, the lGove that lights my wCay
the hAmappiness that lCivin' with you bD7rings me.

It's the swGeetest thing I knG7ow of, just spCending time with you
it's the lD7ittle things that make a house a hGome.
Like a fire softly bG7urning and sCupper on the stove.
And the lD7ight in your eyes that makes me wGarm.

Chorus

Leaving on a Jetplane
John Denver



All my Gbags are packed I'm Cready to go.
I'm Gstanding here outCside your door.
I Ghate to wake you Cup to say goodDbye.
But the Gdawn is breaking it's Cearly morn.
The Gtaxi's waiting he's Cblownin his horn.
AlGready I'm so Clonesome I could Ddie.


So Gkiss me and Csmile for me. GTell me that you'll Cwait for me.
GHold me like you'll Cnever let me gDo.
Cause I'm Gleavin Con a jet plane. G Don't know when CI'll be back again. G
Oh, Cbabe I hate to Dgo.


There's is Gmany times I've Clet you down
So Gmany time I've Cplayed around.
I Gtell you now Cthey don't mean a Dthing.
Every Gplace I go I'll Cthink of you.
Ev'ry Gsong I sing I'll Csing for you.
When GI come back I'll Cbring your wedding Dring.

Chorus

GNow the time has Ccome to leave you.
GOne more time Clet me kiss you.
Then Gclose your eyes CI'll be on my Dway.
GDream about the Cdays to come.
When GI won't have to Cleave alone.
AGbout the times CI won't have to Dsay

Chorus

I'm Gleavin Con a jet plane. G Don't know when CI'll be back again. G
Oh, Cbabe, I hate to Dgo. G

Rhymes and Reasons
John Denver


So you spGeak to me in sDadness and the cCaddDoming of the wGinter,
fEmear that is withBmin' you now that sCeems to never Dend,
and the drGeams that have escDaped you and the hCope that you've forGgotten
and you tEmell me that you nGeed me now and you wDant to be my friend
and you wConder where we're going, where's the rhGyme and where's the rDeason
and it's yEmou cannot accGept it is hDere we must begin
to seek the wAmisdom of the children
and the grGaceful way of flCowers in the wDind.
For the chGildren and the flDowers are my sCaddDisters and my brGothers,
their lEmaughter and their lBmoveliness would cClear a cloudy dDay.
Like the mGusic of the mDountains and the cCaddDolors of the rGainbow
they're a prEmomise of the fuGture and the blD7essing for todGay.

Though the ciGty starts to cDrumble and the tCaddDowers fall arGound us
the sEmun is slowly fBma-ding and it's cColder than the sDea
it is wrGitten: From the dDe-sert to the mCountains they shall lGead us
by the hEmand and by the hGeart and they will cDomfort you and me.
In Ctheir innocence and trusting, they will tGeach us to be frDee.
Em G D Am
G C D
For the chGildren and the flDowers for my sCaddDisters and my brGothers,
their lEmaughter and their lBmoveliness would clCear a cloudy dDay.
And the sGong that I am sDinging is a prCaddDayer for non-belGievers
cEmome and stand besGide us we can fD7ind a better wGay.


Country Roads
John Denver


AlmosGt heaven, WesEmt Virginia,
BlueD Ridge Mountains, ShenCandoah RiGver.
Life is old there, olEmder than the trees,
YoDunger than the mountains, bloCwing like a brGeeze.


CountGry road, take me hDome
To the plEmace I beClong,
West VirgGinia, mountain moDmma,
Take me hCome, country rGoad.


All my mGem'ries gaEmther 'round her,
MiDner's lady, strCanger to blue waGter.
Dark and dusty, paiEmnted on the sky,
MiDsty taste of moonshine, teCar-drop in my eGye.

Chorus

I hEmear her voDice, in the morGning hours she calls me,
The raCdio reminds Gme of my hDome far away.
And driEmving down the rFoad I get the fCeeling
That I shGould have been home yesDterday, yesD7terday.

Chorus
Take me hDome, country rGoad
Take me hDome, country rGoad

Follow me
John Denver



It's by fEmar the hardest thing ID've ever done G
to be sCo in lC/Bove with Am7you and so alDoneD7


Follow meG where I goAm7 what I dGo and who I knowC
make it Gpart of you to Am7be a part of DmeD7
Follow meG up and downAm7 all the Gway and all aroundC
Gtake my hand and sCay you'll fD7ollow meG


It's lGong been on my mindD you know it's bCeen a long, long tGime,
I'll trEmy to find the wDay that I can mCake you understDand
the wCay I feel aboutG you and jCust how much I nGeed you
to be thCere where C/BCI caAm7n talk tC/Go you when there's no one else aroundD. D7
Chorus

You see, I'd lGike to share my lifeD with you and shCow you things I've sGeen,
plEmaces that I'm gDoing to plCaces where I've bDeen
to hCave you there besideG me and nCever be alGone
and Call the tC/BCime thaAm7t you're witC/Gh me then we will be at home. D D7

Chorus

Thank God I'm a Country boy
John Denver


Well Alife's on a farm is kinda laid Dback,
ain't Amuch an old country boy like Gme can't E7hack.
It's Aearly to rise, early in the sack:D
Thank GAod I'm a cE7ountry boy.A
A Asimple kind of life never did me no Dharm,
rAaisin' me a family and workin' on aG farm.E7
My Adays are all filled with an easy country charm:D
Thank AGod I'm a E7country boy.A


Well I Agot me a fine wife, I E7got me old fiddle.
When the Asun's comin' up I got E7cakes on the griddle;
and life ain't Anothin' but a funny, funny Driddle:
Thank AGod I'm a E7country boyA.


AWhen the Awork's all done and the sun's settin' Dlow
I Apull out my fiddle and I Grosin' up the E7bow.
But the Akids are asleep so I keep it kinda low:D
Thank AGod I'm a E7country boy.A
I'd Aplay "Sally Goodin'" all day if I Dcould,
but the Alord and my wife wouldn't take it verGy good.E7
So I Afiddle when I can and I work when I should:D
Thank AGod I'm a E7country boy.A

Chorus

I Awouldn't trade my life for diamonds or Djewels,
I Anever was one of them money Ghungry E7fools.
I'd Arather have my fiddle and my farmin' tools:D
Thank AGod I'm a E7country boy.A
Yeah, Acity folk drivin in a black limouDsine,
a Alotta sad people thinkin' that's mighGty keen.E7
Well, Afolks let me tell you now exactly what I mean:D
I thank GAod I'm a cE7ountry boy. A

Chorus

AWell, my Afiddle was my daddy's till the day he Ddied,
and he Atook me by the hand and held me Gclose to his E7side.
He said: "ALive a good life and play my fiddle with pride,D
and thank AGod you're a E7country boy.A
My Adaddy taught me young how to hunt and how to Dwhittle,
he Ataught me how to work and play a tune on theG fiddle.E7
He Ataught me how to love and how to give just a little:D
Thank AGod you're a E7country boy.A


For Baby
John Denver


I'll wGalk in the rCain by your sGide,
I'll cCling to the wD7armth of your tGiny hand,
I'll Cdo anytD7hing to help you GunderEmstand,
I lGove you more than aD7nybody cGan.


And the wCind will wD7hisper your nGame to me;
CLittle birds will sD7ing along in tGime;
The Cleaves will bow D7down when Gyou walk Cby,
And Gmorning bD7ells will cGhime.


I'll bGe there when youC're feeling dGown
To kCiss away the tD7ears if you crGy.
IC'll share with yD7ou all the hGappiness I've fCound,
A reflGection of the lD7ove in your eGyes.


And I'll sCing you the sD7ongs of the rGainbow,
WhCisper of the jD7oy that is mGine;
The lCeaves will bow dD7own when Gyou walk bCy,
And mGorning bD7ells will chGime.


C D7 G C G D7 G

I'll wGalk in the rCain by your sGide,
I'll cCling to the wD7armth of your tGiny hand,
I'll Cdo anytD7hing to help you GunderEmstand,
I lGove you more than aD7nybody cGan.


And the wCind will wD7hisper your nGame to me;
CLittle birds will sD7ing along in tGime;
The Cleaves will bow D7down when Gyou walk Cby,
And Gmorning bD7ells will cGhime.




Breakfast at Tiffany's
Deep Blue Something


For the D in the intro & verse sequence, hit the E string 3rd fret (G) with your pinkie
just before switching to the G.

D G A D G A
You sDay that Gwe've got noAthing in coDmmon
No cGommon gAround to sDtart from
GAnd we're falliAng apaDrtAG
You'll sDay the woGrld has cAome betweDen us
Our lGives have cAome betwDeen us
GBut I know yAou just don't cDareAG


And DI said what about "ABreakfast at TGiffany's?
SDhe said, "I think I remeAmber the filGm,
And as DI recall, I think, we bAoth kinda lGiked it."
And DI said, "Well, that's the oAne thing we've Ggot."


D G A D G A
I sDee you - the Gonly Aone who kDnew me
And nGow your eyAes see thrDough me
I gGuess AI was wrDongAG
So wDhat now? It's Gplain to Asee we're Dover,
And I hGate when thAings are oDver -
When sGo much is leAft undoDne G A

Chorus

Repeat first verse

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D G A
sequence 4 times during guitar solo

Chorus

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D G A
a few times, end on D


Darlington County
Bruce Springsteen


G C G C G C F C F C G C G C G
GDriving into Darlington CCounGty
Me and Wayne on the CFourth of JuGly
Driving into Darlington CCounGty
Lookin' for some work on the coCunty Gline
CWe drove down from New York FCiCty
Where the girls are pretty but they just wanna Fknow your Cname
GDriving into Darlington CCiGty
Got a union connection with an Cuncle of GWayne's
We drove Deight hundred miles without seeing a cop
We got rock'n'roll music blasting off the t-top C


SingingG sha-la la, sha la la la Cla Gla
sha-la la la Cla la Gla
sha-la la, sha-la la la Cla Gla
sha-la la la Cla la Gla


GHey little girl, standing Con the cGorner
Today's your lucky dCay for shGure, all right
Me and my buddy, we're from NCew York CGity
We got two hundred dollars, we want to rCock all nGight
GCirl, you're lookin' at twFo big spCenders
Why, the world don't know what me and WFayne might dCo
GOur pa's each own one of the WCorld Trade CGenters
For a kiss and a smile I'll give mCine all to yGou
CD'mon baby, take a seat on the fender, it's a long night
Tell me, what else were you gonna dCo?
Just me and you, we could ...

Chorus

LGittle girl, sittin' Cin the wGindow
Ain't seen my buddy in sCeven dGays
County man tells mCe the sGame thing
He don't work, and he dCon't get pGaid
LCittle girl, you're so yFoung and prCetty
Walk with me and you can hFave your wCay
TGhen we'll leave this DCarlington CGity
For a ride down that DCixie HighGway

Chorus

DrGiving out of DCarlington CGounty
I seen the glory of the cComin' of the LGord.
Driving out of DCarlington CGounty
Seen Wayne handcuffed to the bumper of a stCate trooper's FGord.

Chorus




The Downeaster "Alexa"
Billy Joel


Am G Am Am G Am
Well I'm Con the DownGeaster AleAmxa, And I'm Ccruising through GBlock Island SoFund.
I have Fchartered a Ccourse to the VinDmeyard. But tonigCht I am GNantucket boundF. C F

We took on Gdiesel back in C/EMontauk yesterday,F
And left this Gmorning from the beAmll in Gardiner's BayG/B. F
Like all the lGocals here I've C/Ehad to sell my hFome,
Too proud to Gleave, I worked my Amfingers to the bonG/Be

So I could Cown my DownGeaster AlAmexa, And I gCo where the Gocean is dFeep.
There are gFiants out thCere in the cDmanyons. And a gCood captain cGan't fall asleFepC.F

I got bGills to pay and chC/Eildren who need clFothes.
I know there's fGish out there but whAmere, God only kG/Bnows. F
They say these wGaters aren't whC/Eat they used to bFe.
But I've got pGeople back on lAmand who count on mG/Be.

So when you sCee my DownGeaster AlAmexa, And if you wCork with the rGod and the rFeel,
Tell my wFife I am trColling AtlDmantis, And I stCill have my hGands on the whFeeCl.F

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Am G Am Am G Am Em Am
Now I drCive my DownGeaster AlAmexa, More and mCore miles from shGore ev'ry yFear,
Since they tFold me I can't sCell no strDmipers. And there's nCo luck in swGord fishing heFreC. F

I was a bGayman like my fC/Eather was befFore.
Can't make a lGiving as a bAmayman anymG/Bore. F
There ain't much fGuture for a mC/Ean who works the sFea.
But there ain't no Gisland left for Amislanders like mG/Be.

Ya, ya, yaC G yo Am Ya, ya, yaC G yo Am
Ya, ya, yaC G yo Am Ya, ya, yaC G yo Am


Mrs. Robinson
Simon & Garfunkel



E7De de Ade deD de dGe de Cde deAm de deE7 de deD


DAnd here's to Gyou Mrs. EmRobinson
GJesus loves you Emmore than you will Cknow, Amwo wo woD
DGod bless you Gplease Mrs. EmRobinson
GHeaven holds a Emplace for those who Cpray, Amhey hey hey


E7We'd like to know a little bit about you for our files
AWe'd like to help you learn to help yourself
DLook around you Gall you see are Csympathetic Ameyes
E7Stroll around the grounds unDtil you feel at home

Chorus

E7Hide it in a hiding place where no one ever goes
APut it in your pantry with your cupcakes
DIt's a little Gsecret just the CRobinsons' aAmfair
E7Most of all you've got to Dhide it from the kids


DKoo koo ka chGoo Mrs. RobEminson
GJesus loves you Emmore than you will Cknow, Amwo wo woD
DGod bless you Gplease Mrs. EmRobinson
GHeaven holds a Emplace for those who Cpray, Amhey hey hey


E7Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon
AGoing to the candidates debate
DLaugh about it Gshout about it Cwhen you've got to Amchoose
E7Any way you look at it you Dlose

DWhere have you Ggone Joe DiEmMaggio
GA nation turns its Emlonely eyes to Cyou, Amwoo woo wooD
DWhat's that you Gsay Mrs. EmRobinson
GJoltin' Joe has Emleft and gone Caway, Amhey hey hey, hey hey E7hey



A Hazy Shade of Winter
Simon & Garfunkel



AmTime, Time, Time, see what's Gbecome of me,
While I Dmlook around, for my possiAmblities,
I was so Ghard to please,
But look Amaround, leaves are Gbrown,
And the Fsky is a Ehazy shade of Amwinter.

We're a salvation army Gband.
FDown by the riverside there's got to be a better ride
than Amwhat you've got planned.
Carry your Gcup in your hand,
And look Amaround ya, leaves are Gbrown now, and the Fsky,
Its a Ehazy shade of Amwinter.

HAmang onto to your hopes my friends,
ThGat's to mean a bit to say that Dmif your hopes should pass away
then Amsimply pretend
That you can bGuild them again !
Look arAmound, the grass is hGigh, the fields are rFipe,
Its the sprEing time of my lAmife......

FSeasons change with the Cscenery,
We're entwined in a Gtapestry
Won't you stop and reAmmemEmber Amme,
G at any convenient time,
FFunny while my memory sleeps we'll open noble manuscripts
of Amunpublished rhyme,
Drinking my GVodka and lime,
I look Amaround, leaves are Gbrown now, and the Fsky,
is a Ehazy shade of Amwinter

Look aGround, leaves are Fbrown, there's a Epatch of snow on the Amground,
Look aGround, leaves are Fbrown, there's a Epatch of snow on the Amground,
Look aGround, leaves are Fbrown, there's a Epatch of snow on the Amground.


Scarborough Fair
Simon & Garfunkel


Capo 2
AmAm7AmAm7

AmAre you going to ScGarborough FaAmir
C Parsley Amsage roseDmaDsusDry and Amthyme
Remember me to Gone G/addwho lCives Dthere
AmShe once Gwas G/adda tCrue lGove of Ammine


AmTell her to make me a caGmbric shiAmrt
{ci:..........On the side of a hill in the deep forest green}
C Parsley Amsage roseDmaDsusDry and Amthyme
{ci:..........Tracing of sparrow in snowcrest brown}
With out no seems nGor nG/addeedlCe worDk
{ci:..........Blankets and bed clothes the child of the mountain}
AmThen she'll Gbe aG/add trCue lGove of Ammine
{ci:..........Sleeps unaware of the clarion call}

AmTell her to find me an acGre of lanAmd
{ci:..........On the side of of a hill a sprinking of leaves}
C Parsley Amsage roseDmaDsusDry and Amthyme
{ci:..........Washes the grave with silvery tears}
Between the salt water aGnd tG/addhe seaC strDands
{ci:..........A soldier cleans and polishes a gun}
AmThen she'll bGe a G/addtruCe lGove of mAmine
{ci:..........Sleeps unaware of the clarion call}

AmTell her to reap it with a sicGkle of leaAmther
{ci:..........War bellows blazing in scarlet battalions}
C Parsley Amsage roseDmaDsusDry and Amthyme
{ci:..........Generals order their soldiers to kill}
And gather it all inG a bG/addunch oCf heDather
{ci:..........And to fight for a cause they've long ago forgotten}
AmThen she'll Gbe a G/addtruCe lGove of mAmine
{ci:..........Sleeps unaware of the clarion call}

Chorus

The Boxer
Simon & Garfunkel


CI am just a poor boy though my story's seldom Amtold
I have Gsquandered my resistance, for a G7pocket full of G6mumbles, such are Cpromises
All lies and Amjest, still a Gman hears what he Fwants to hear
And disregards the Crest G G7 C

CWhen I left my home and my family, I was no more than a Amboy
In the Gcompany of strangers, in the G7quiet of a G6railway station, Crunning scared
Laying Amlow, seeking Gout the poorer Fquarters
Where the ragged people Cgo, looking Gfor the places Fonly they would kCnow

Lie la liAme Lie la lieEm la Lie la lie Lie la lieAm Lie la lie Gla la la lieF la la la lCie

CAsking only workman's wages I come looking for a Amjob
But I get no Goffers, just a G7come-on from the G6whores on Seventh CAvenue
I do deAmclare, there were Gtimes when I was Fso lonesome
I took some comfort Cthere,GLie lie lie lie la G7 C

C Am G7G C Am G7 F C F C
Lie la liAme Lie la lieEm la Lie la lie Lie la lieAm Lie la lie Gla la la lieF la la la lCie

ThCen I'm laying out my winter clothes and wishing I was gAmone
Going hGome where the NG7ew York City winters aren't blCeeding me
EmLeading me,Am going homGe. G7 G6 C

CIn the clearing stands a boxer and a fighter by his trAmade
And he carrGies a reminder of eG7v'ry glove that laid G6him down
Or cCut him till he cried out in his anger and his sAmhame
I am leGaving, I am lFeaving, but the fighter still remCains G F C

Lie la lieAm lie la lie Emla lie la lie Am Lie la lieG la la la la lie la la la Amlie
Lie la lieEm la Lie la lie Lie la lieAm Lie la lieG la lie la la la la la la

C Am G C Am G F C G F C

Sounds of Silence
Paul Simon


HAmello darkness my old friGend,
I've come to talk with you agAmain.
Because a viCsion softlFy creepCing
Left it's seed while I wFas sleepCing,
And the visFion that was planted in my brCain
Still remAmains, WitChin the sGounds of siAmlence.

In rAmestless dreams I walked alGone,
Narrow streets of cobble stAmone.
'Neath the hCalo of a stFreet lCamp,
I turned my collar to the cFold and dCamp,
When my eyes were stFabbed by the flash of a neon lCight
That split the nAmight, And tCouched the sGounds of sAmilence.

AAmnd in the naked light I sGaw
Ten thousand people, maybe mAmore.
People tCalking withFout spCeaking,
People hearing withFout liCstening,
People writing sFongs that voices never shCared,
And no one dAmared, DistCurb the sGounds of siAmlence.

"FAmools!" said I, "you do not knGow,
Silence like a cancer grAmows.
Hear my wCords that I mFight teach yCou,
Take my arms that I mFight reach yCou."
But my wFords like silent raindrops fCell...Am
And Cechoed in the wGells of siAmlence.

AAmnd the people bowed and prGayed
To the neon gods they mAmade.
And the sCign flashed out Fits warnCing,
In the words that it wFas formCing,
And the sign said, "The wFords of the prophets are written on the subway wCalls
And tenement hAmalls.", And whCispered in the sGounds of siAmlence.

Wednesday Morning 3am
Simon & Garfunkel



CI can hear the soft Ambreathing of the Fgirl that I Emlove,
As she Clies here beDmside me aGsleep with the night
And her Chair in a Amfine mist Ffloats on my Empillow
ReCflecting the Dmglow of the FwinGter moonClight

ShCe is soft she is wAmarm but my hFeart remains hEmeavy,
As I wCatch as her brDmeasts gently rGise, gently fall.
For I kCnow with the fAmirst light of dFawn I'll be lEmeaving,
And tConight will be Dmall I have lFeft Gto recCall.

Oh whCat have I dAmone, whFy have I dEmone it,
I've cCommitted a crDmime, brGoken the law.
For twCenty five dAmollars and pFieces of sEmilver,
I hCeld up and rDmobbed a hFard lGiquor stCore.

My lCife seems unrAmeal, my crFime an illEmusion,
A scCene badly wrDmitten in whGich I must play.
And I kCnow as I gAmaze at my yFoung love besEmide me,
The mCorning is jDmust a few hFourGs awCay.



Heaven
Brian Adams



COh, Amthinking about all our Gyounger years
There was Dmonly you and Amme,
we were Dmyoung and wild and Gfree

CNow, Amnothing can take you aGway from me
We've been Dmdown that road beAmfore
But that's Dmover now, you keep me Gcomin' back for more


FBaby you're Gall that I Amwant
When you're Clying here in my Farms
FI'm finding it Ghard to beAmlieve we're in Gheaven

FAnd love is Gall that I Amneed
And I Cfound it here in your Fheart
FIt isn't too Ghard to Amsee we're in Gheaven


COh, Amonce in your life you Gfind someone
Who will Dmturn your world aAmround
Bring you Dmup when you're feeling Gdown

CYeah, Amnothing could change what you Gmean to me
Oh there's Dmlots that I could Amsay
But just Dmhold me now, 'cause our Glove will light the way

Chorus

DmI've been waiting for so Flong
For Csomething to Amarrive
For Dmlove to come aGlong

DmNow our dreams are coming Ftrue
Through the Cgood times and the Ambad
GYeah, I'll be standing there by you

Chorus

Hotel California
Eagles



BmOn a dark desert highway, F#cool wind in my hair
AWarm smell of colitas, Erising through the air
GUp ahead in the distance, DI saw a shimering light
EmMy head grew heavy and my sight grew dim, F#I had to stop for the night

BmThere she stood in the doorway, F#I heard the mission bell
AAnd I was thinking to myself: this could be Eheaven or this could be hell
GThen she lit up a candle Dand she showed me the way
EmThere were voices down the corridor; F#I thought I heard them say:


"GWelcome to the Hotel CaliforDnia
F#Such a lovely place (such a lovely place), such a Bmlovely face
GPlenty of room at the Hotel CaliforDnia
Any Emtime of year (any time of year), you can F#find it here"


BmHer mind is Tiffany twisted, F#she got the Mercedes Benz
AShe got a lot of pretty, pretty boys, Ethat she calls friends
GHow they dance in the courtyard, Dsweet summer sweat
EmSome dance to remember, F#some dance to forget

BmSo I called up the captain, "F#Please bring me my wine", He said
A"We haven't had that spirit here since Enineteen sixty-nine"
GAnd still those voices are calling from Dfar away
EmWake you up in the middle of the night, F#just to hear them say:

"GWelcome to the Hotel CaliforDnia
F#Such a lovely place (such a lovely place), such a Bmlovely face
They Glivin' it up at the Hotel CaliforDnia
What a Emnice surprise (what a nice surprise), bring your F#alibis"

BmMirrors on the ceiling, F#the pink champagne on ice, and she said
"AWe are all just prisoners here, Eof our own device"
GAnd in the master's chambers, Dthey gathered for the feast
EmThey stab it with their steely knives but they F#just can't kill the beast

BmLast thing I remember, I was F#running for the door
AI had to find the passage back to the Eplace I was before
"GRelax," said the night man, "We are Dprogrammed to receive
EmYou can check out any time you like, but F#you can never leave"

Chorus





Take It Easy
The Eagles



Well I'm a Grunnin' down the road try'n to loosen my load
I've got seven women Don my Cmind
GFour that wanna own me, Dtwo that wanna stone me
COne says she's a friend of mine G
Take it eaEmsy, take it eaCsyG
Don't let the Amsound of your own Cwheels drive you craEmzy
Lighten up Cwhile you still Gcan
Don't even Ctry to understand G
Just find a Amplace to make your Cstand, and take it eaGsy

Well, I'm a Gstandin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona
Such a fine Dsight to Csee
It's a Ggirl my lord in a Dflat-bed Ford
Slowin' Cdown to take a look at me G
Come on, baEmby, don't say maCyGbe
I gotta Amknow if your sweet Clove is gonna save Emme
We may Close and we may Gwin, though we may Cnever be here Gagain
So open Amup I'm climbin' Cin, so take it eaGsy

Well, I'm a Grunnin' down the road tryin' to loosen my load
Got a world of trouble Don my Cmind
GLookin' for a lover who Dwon't blow my cover, she's Cso hard to find G
Take it eaEmsy, take it eaCsyG
Don't let the Amsound of your own Cwheels make you craEmzy
Come on CbaGby, don't say CmayGbe
I gotta Amknow of your sweet Clove is gonna Gsave me C Em


I'm A Believer
The Monkees



IG thought love was oDnly true in fGairy tales.
MGeant for someone eDlse but not for Gme.
LCove was out to gGet me;
TChat's the way it sGeemed;
DCisappointment hGaunted all my dDreams


Then I saw her fGace C G
Now I'm a beliGever C G
Not a trGace C G of doubt in my mGind C G
I'm in lGo---Cve; I'm a beliGever, I couldn't leFave her if I tD7ried.


IG thought love was moDre or less a giGvin' thing
IGt seems the more I gaDve the less I goGt
WhaCt's the use in tryGin'
ACll you get is paGin
WheCn I needed suGnshine I got raDin.

Chorus




In the Year 2525
Zager and Evans


IEmn the year 2525, IDf man ist still alive
ICf woman can survive TB7hey may fly

IEmn the year 3535, ADin't gonna need to tell the truth, tell no lies
ECverything you'll think, you will say IB7s in the pills you took today

IEmn the year 4545, ADin't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes
YCou find nothing to chew NB7obody's gonna look at you

IEmn the year 5555, YDour arms are hanging limp at your side
YCour legs got nothing to do SB7ome machines are doing that for you

IEmn the 6565, ADin't gonna need no husband, won't need no wife
YCou pick your son, pick your daughter too FrB7om the bottom of a long glass cube

IEmn the year 7510, YD#our God've to come on, he ought to make an end
MC#aybe he'll look around himself and say: "YC7es, it's time for the judgement day."

IEmn the year 8510, GDod is gonna shake it mighty head
HCe needs to say, "I'm pleased where man has been, OB7r carried on and start again."

IEmn the year 9595, ID'm gonna wonder if man is gonna be alive
HCe's taking everything over to tengle AB7nd he'll forget nothing

NEmow it's been 10.000 years MDan has cried a billion tears
FCor what he never knew MB7aybe it's only yesterday

BEmut thru eternal night ThDe twinkling of starlight
SCo very far away MB7aybe it's only yesterday

F#m E D C#7 F#m
IEmn the year 2525, IDf man ist still alive
ICf woman can survive TB7hey may fly


Johnny Walker
Westernhagen



CJohnny Walker, jetzt Fbist du wieder Cda
CJohnny Walker, ich zaFhl dich gleich inG bar
G7Johnny Walker, du Fhast mich nie enttaeCuscht
G7Johnny, du bist meFin bester FreCund

CJohnny Walker, immer Fbraun gebraCnnt
CJohnny Walker, mit deFn Ruecken an die WGand
G7Johnny Walker, komFm giess dich nochmalC ein
G7Johnny, lass dreiFzehn g'rade Csein

G7Ich hab's versucht ich komme Fohne dich nichtC aus
EWozu auch? Du gefaellst mAmir ja
FKein Mensch hoert mir Cso gut zu wie du
G7Und Johnny, du laFchst mich auch nie Caus

CJohnny Walker, ich glFaub nicht an deCn Quatsch
CJohnny Walker, du waerFst 'ne TeufelsfrGatz
G7Johnny Walker, vonF mir aus roeste miCch
G7Johnny, ich fuehl Fmich koenigliCch

G7Ich hab's versucht ich komme oFhne dich nicht Caus
EWozu auch? Du gefaellst mAmir ja
FKein Mensch hoert mir Cso gut zu wie du
G7Und Johnny, du laFchst mich auch nie Caus

CJohnny Walker, Fna na na na Cna
CJohnny Walker, Fna na na na Gna
G7Johnny Walker, du Fhast mich nie enttaeCuscht
G7Johnny, du bist meFin bester FreCund Noch zweimal

G7Johnny, du bist meFin bester FreCund G7Johnny, du bist meFin bester FreCund


Jessie
Joshua Kaddison



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Dsus2DFrom a phone booth Em7in Vegas JessieG calls at five a.Dsus2m.
Dsus2DTo tell me that sheEm7's tired of aGll ofDsus2 them
She says D'Baby I've been Em7thinkinDg about a Gtrailer by the seDsus2a
DWe can go to em7MexicDo: Gyou, the cat, and mAsus4Ae
We drink teqBmuila A and look for Gsea-shells
Now Bmdoesn't Athat sound Gsweet
BmJessie, you always Gdo this
GEverytime I get back on my AfeetG A G A

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Jessie, paint your pictures, about how it's gonna be
By now I should know better
Your dreams are never free
But tell me all about our little trailer by the sea
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me

She asks me how the cat's been, I say Moses, he's just fine
He used to think about you all the time
We finally took your pictures down from the wall
Jessie how do you always seem to know just when to call?
She says get your stuff together
Bring Mose' and drive real fast
And listening to her promise
I swear to God this time it's gonna last

Jessie, paint your pictures, about how it's gonna be
By now I should know better; your dreams are never free
But tell me all about our little trailer by the sea
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me

I Bmlove you Ain the sGunshine
Lay you Bmdown in the Awarm white Gsand
And Bmwho knows maybe Gthis time
GThings may turn out just the way you plAanneGd A G A

Jessie, paint your pictures, about how it's gonna be
By now I should know better; your dreams are never free
But tell me all about our little trailer by the sea
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me
Jessie you can always sell any dream to me


Julie
Levellers



D G D G
DJulie was a lonely Ggirl, Said she was born that Dway
She always felt that Gway, DShe left home at age sixGteen
Got a job, what you're supposed to Ddo, That's what you gotta Gdo
DShe fell in love and settled Gdown, In a council Dplace out on the edge of Gtown
DShe'd feel Aalone in a crowded Groom
DCry when she Aheard a haGppy tune

WDell it would be nice to holidGay, 'Till they took her job awDay
They just took her life awGay, And dDoing nothing isn't fGun
When you've nothing from which to rDun, Yeah, you've nowhere left to rGun
SDhe'd visit the social every dGay, Every time be turned awDay, Every time be turned awGay
DShe'd feel Aalone in a crowded Groom
DCry when she Aheard a haGppy tune

D A D G D A G
A Dhundred stairs to her new Groom, Over glass and blackened Dspoons
Children grow old so Gsoon, DPast the kids who gather Gthere
Pain masked by narcotic Dstares, But no-one really Gcares
DHer dreams were Acut up and bled Gdry
DA million voiceAs in her Gcry
AJulie waits, her Dworld is Gher windAow
And Julie hates just Dwhat she Gdoesn't Aknow
And Julie hates, she Dhates the Gworld beAlow
But Julie loves, she Dloves too Gmuch too Aknow...

The Likes of You and I
Levellers


Am G D
Do you Amever stop to Gthink from time to Dtime
Am About the Gway the world's beenD left behind
AmIn another Gplace and in another Dtime
We could Ammaybe change the Gway we think take the Dblinkers from our eyes

Am G D Am G D
Do you Amthink that she was Gmaybe not aDlone
Do you Amthink there's someone Gout there do you Dthink that they might know
And Amif they don't, do you Gthink they should be Dtold
'Cause she's Amliving in a Gnightmare running Dout of her control


Take the Amrope, Take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Take the Amrope from around your neck, And take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Then you'll Cnever be surprised, When they tell you that they love you
While they're eating you aAmlive, G D Am G D


Do you Amthink you have the Gstrength to carry Don
Am Or has the Gblack cat got your Dtongue
Don't Amworry now the Gworld will be alDright
'Cause this Amland has been here Glonger than the Dlikes of you and I

Chorus

Repeat verse 2

Take the Amrope, Take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Take the Amrope from around your neck
And take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Take the Amrope, Take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Take the Amrope from around your neck
And take the Gblindfold from your Deyes
Then you'll Cnever be surprised, When they tell you that they love you
While they're eating you aAmlive


World Freak Show
Levellers


D E D E
DIn the past the Efools would pay
To Asee the Efreaks Aof the Eday
DContradictions Eof the norm
The biAzarre, the Ewonderful Aand deEformed
DNo need for the tents and the cages now
EThe world comes to my eyes
DIn front of my TV circus
EA freak show in disguise


BmCircles and roundabouts
AHow much did you Eknow
BmGoing round and coming back
The Aworld freak Eshow
BmSwings and revolutions
AHow much did you Eknow
BmGoing round and coming back
The Aworld freak Eshow


D E D E
DAnother tree is cEoming down
AnAother hEarpooned whAale is drEowned
DAnother child's belly nEeeds feeding
On lAand the fEast-food chAain is blEeeding
DAnd we bought our new green wool
EAnd pulled it over our eyes
DAs the circus on all around
EA freak show in disguise

Chorus

D E D E
D E D E
Chorus

no chords
Peristroika, Reform, Glasnost
(Hardcore sell, Overhead cost)
News at ten, The House, Big Ben
(Half truths, Now and then)
Pol Pot (Border) Massacre (Slaughter)
Rainforests (The president's daughter)
Irradiate (Evacuate)
((Use, Abuse, Manipulate))

BmThe people's will, their bellies full
AMulti-nationals, ((Ekill, kill, kill))
BmDead dictator, sniper's retreat
APeople claim the Epower seat
BmWall comes down, people stand up
ACross the border, Ecustoms shut
BmForklift, Airlift, Foreign Aid
APockets lined, EArmy blockade
BmEvolution, Progress, Regress
APower, Possession, EEnergy Harness
BmEconomy, Market, High or low
AHow much did you Eknow
In the Dworld freak show...

D E D E
The Dworld freak show, world freak show, world freak.


Fifteen Years
Levellers


Am Am G Am
I Amnever was a violent man
Said the Gman in the bar with his Amhead in his hands
He's trAmying his best to understand, The Gcause of his disAmmay
But yAmears of gin have broken him, And lGeft him cold where he fiAmtted in
And Amit's too late now to turn around, And fGind another wAmay.


All the Dmlaughs in the late night Flock-in
They Amfade away when Ghe gets in
The Dmgirl from fifteen Fyears ago
Has Ampacked and gone away.


ThAmat's never how it used to be
What hGappened to all that Amenergy ?
You tAmook one too many liberties
I'm tGired of being aAmfraid
So Amafter a fight she took flight
Hiding swGollen eyes and a wAmounded pride
The bAmest years of her life denied
And sGold for liquid shAmares.

Chorus

And the Amvictims of this Gworld, They're Amadvertised on Gposters
Just a Ambeach and a pretty Ggirl, AmYou just take this Gpotion.

AmIt's another week 'till his cheque comes through
He's got a fGiver left now to spAmend on food
But the dAmoors of the bar are open
And he brGeaks another rAmule
He sAmits on the stool that bears his name
He's got a fGavorite glass now that's cAmalled the same
And hAme's never been kept waiting
'Cause he pGays the landlord's wAmage.

Chorus twice

Leningrad
Billy Joel



G Viktor was Amborn Cin spring of D'44
G And he never Amsaw Chis father Danymore
G A child of Amsacrifice, G a child of A7war
G Another Dson who never Emhad a fatherC after D LeninGgrad

G Went of to Amschool Cand learned to Dserve the state
G Followed the Amrules C and drank his Dvodka straight
G The only Amway to live G was drown the A7hate
G A Russian Dlife was very Emsad and such was Clife in D LeninGgrad


Gm I was born in '49 a Dmcold war kid in Mc Carthy time
FStop 'em a the 38th parallel D7blast those yellow reds to hell
And GmCold War kids were hard to kill Dmunder their desk in an air raid drill
FHaven't they heard we won the war D7what do they keep on fighting for?


G Viktor was Amsent Cto some Red DArmy town
G Served out his Amtime, Cbecame a Dcircus clown
G The greatest Amhappiness Ghe'd ever A7found
G Was making Drussian children Emglad and children Clived in DLeninGgrad


Gm But children lived in Levitown and Dmhid in the shelters underground
Until the FSoviets turned their ships around and D7tore all the cuban missles down
And Gmin that bright Oktober sun we Dmknew our childhood days were done
And I Fwatched my friends go off to war D7what do they keep on fighting for?


G And so my Amchild and CI come Dto this place
G To meet him Ameye to eye C and Dface to face
G He made my Amdaughter laugh, Gthen we embrA7aced
G We never Dknew what friends we Emhad until we Ccame to DLeninGgrad


Living next Door to Alice
Smokies



SAally called when she got the word
DAnd she said "I suppose you've heard,E 'bout AAlice" E
WAell I rushed to the window, and I looked outside
BDut I could hardly believe my eyes
EAs a big limousine rode up onto AAlice's drive E


AOh, I don't know why she's leaving, or where she's gonna go
I Dguess she's got her reasons but I just don't wanna know
'Cos for E24 years I've been living next door to AAlice E
A24 years just waitin' for a chance
To tDell her how I feel and maybe get a second glance
Now I gEotta get used to not lE7iving next door to AAlice E


WAe grew up together, two kids in the park
CDarved out initials deep in the bark,E me an' AAlice E
NAow she walks through the door, with her head held high
JDust for a moment I caught her eye
EAs the big limousine pulled slowly out of AAlice's drive E

Chorus

ThAen Sally called back, and asked how I felt
DAnd she said, "I know how to help,E to get over AAlice" E
ShAe said, "Now Alice is gone, but I'm still here
DYou know, I've been waiting 24 years..."
EAnd the big limousine disappeared A E

AOh, I don't know why she's leaving, or where she's gonna go
I Dguess she's got her reasons but I just don't wanna know
'Cos for E24 years I've been living next door to AAlice E
A24 years just waitin' for a chance
To tDell her how I feel and maybe get a second glance
But I'll nEever get used to not lE7iving next door to AAlice E
No, I'll nEever get used to not lE7iving next door to AAlice E


Love Is All Around
Troggs



I feDel it in my Emfingers, GI feel it Ain my Dtoes Em A G
Well, Dlove is all aEmround me, and Gso the Afeeling DgrowEms A G
It's Dwritten on the Emwind, iGt's everyAwhere I Dgo Em A G
So Dif you really Emlove me, Gcome on and Alet it DshowEm A G


You kGnow I love you, IEm always will
My mGind's made up by Dthe way that I feel
TherGe's no beginning, there'lEml be no end
CoGs on my love you cAan depend


I sDee your face befEmore me Gas I lay Aon my bDed Em G A
I kDinda get to thEminking of Gall the thAings you sDaid Em G A
You gDave your promise Emto me Gand I gave mAine to yDou Em G A
I nDeed someone besEmide me Gin everythAing I dDo Em G A

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It's wrDitten on the wEmind, Git's everywhAere I gDo Em G A
So Dif you really lEmove me,G come on and lAet it shDow Em G A

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

Come on let it show

I'll have to say I love You in a Song
Jim Croce


Well, I Aknow it's kind of C#mlate BmI hope i didn't Dmwake you, E7
But whAat I got to say can't wC#mait, I knBmow you'd understDmand, E7

DEv'ry time I tried to tell you the wC#mords just came out wF#mrong
So I'll Ahave to say I Elove you in a Dsong. A

Yeah, I knAow it's kind of stC#mrange but eBmv'ry time I'm nDmear you, E7
I just Arun out of things to sC#may, I knBmow you'd understDmand E7

DEv'ry time I tried to tell you the wC#mords just came out wF#mrong
So I'll Ahave to say I Elove you in a Dsong. A

A C#m Bm Dm E7 A C#m Bm Dm E7
DEv'ry time the time was right al the C#mwords just came out F#mwrong
So I'll Ahave to say I Elove you in a Dsong. A

Yeah, I Aknow it's kind of C#mlate, BmI hope I didn't Dmwake you, E7
But thAere's something that I just got to C#msay, I kBmnow you'd understDmand. E7

DEvery time I tried to tell you the wC#mords just came out wF#mrong,
So I'll Ahave to say I Elove you in a Dsong.A

Time in a Bottle
Jim Croce


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IfDm I could save Dm/C#time in a bDm/Cottle G/B2 , The G2first thing that Bridge 1I'd like to do
Is to sDmave every dDm/Cay 'til etG/B2ernity paG3sses awDm2ay, Just to spG3end them withBridge 2 you.

IfDm I could make dDm/C#ays last forDm/Cever, G/B2 If wG2ords could make wBridge 1ishes come true
I'd sDmave every dDm/Cay like a trG/B2easure and tG3hen agDm2ain, I would spG3end them withBridge 2 you.


But there nDever seems to D/C#be enough time
To Bm2do the things you wDant to do once you fCm2ind them. D/F# D2 Bridge 3
I've lDooked around enD/C#ough to know that
yBm2our the one I wDant to go through tCm2ime with. D/F# D2 Bridge 3


Intro

IfDm I had a bDm/C#ox just for wDm/Cishes G/B2, and drG2eams that had nevBridge 1er come true.
The bDmox would be Dm/Cempty excG/B2ept for the mG3emory of, hDm2ow they weG3re answered bBridge 2y you.

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Minstrel of the Dawn
Gordon Lightfoot


Capo 2

DThe Minstrel of the Dawn is here, to Gmake you laugh and Abend your ear.
DUp the steps you'll hear him climb, all Gfull of thoughts, all Afull of rhymes.
GListen to the Cpictures flow, aGcross the room inCto your mind they Ago.
DListen to the Gstrings....they Bmjangle and dangle while the Eold guitar Arings.

DA Minstrel of the Dawn is he, nGot too wise, but Aoh so free.
DHe'll talk of life out on the street, he'll plGay it sad, he'll plAay it sweet.
GLook into his shCining face, of lGonliness you'll Calways find a trAace.
DJust like me and yGou, he's trBmying to get into things more hEappy than blAue.

EAAEEEAA
DMinstrel of the changing tide, he'll Gask for nothing bAut his pride.
DJust sit him down upon that chair, fGetch some wine and sAet it there.
GListen to the pCictures flow, follGow the fCingers where they gAo.
DListen to the strGings, they jBmangle and dangle while the Eold guitar rAings.

DA Minstrel of the Dawn is near, just lGike a `step and fAetchet' here.
DHe's like an old time troubadour, wGanting life and nAothing more.
GLook into his shCining eyes and Gif you see a ghCost don't be surprAised.
DJust like me and yGou, he's trBmying to get into things more hEappy than bAlue.

DThe minstrel boy will understand, he hGolds the promise Ain his hand.
DHe talks of better days ahead, and bGy his words your fAortune's read.
GListen to the pCictures flow, follGow the fCingers where they gAo.
DListen to the strGings, they jBmangle and dangle while the Eold guitar rAings.

DThe minstrel of the dawn is gone, I hGope you call before too lAong.
DAnd if you meet him you must be, the vGictim of his mAinstrelsy.
GHe'll sing for you a sDong, the mGinstrel of the dDawn.


Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm
Crash Test Dummies


Capo 3
Intro
Em Bm Em Bm F G F G
AmOnce Gthere was this kCid who
GFot into an Caccident and cG#ouldn't come to schCool
But whFen he finally cGame bCack
HGis hCair hFad turned from blCack into brGight white
He sG#aid that it was frCom when
The cG#ars had smashed sC/F#oooo hFard


MEmmmm Mmmm MBmmmm Mmmm, MEmmmm Mmmm MBmmmm Mmmm F G F G
MEmmmm Mmmm MBmmmm Mmmm, MEmmmm Mmmm MBmmmm Mmmm F G F G


ThAmen thGere was this gCirl who
WFouldn't go to chCange with the gG#irls in the chCange room
But whFen thCey finally mGade hCer
ThGey sCaw bFirthmarks all Cover her bGody
She cG#ouldn't quite explCain it
They'd alG#ways just bC/F#een thFere

Chorus

BDmoth girl and bCoy were glGad
DmOne kid had it wCorse thGan that F G
'Cause thAmen G there was a bCoy whose
PFarents made him cCome right home dirG#ectly after schCool
And whFen thCey went to thGeir chCurch
ThGey shCook F and lurched all Cover the chGurch floor
He cG#ouldn't quite eCxplain it
They'd alG#ways just gC/F#one thFere

Chorus

Wild World
Cat Stevens


Intro
Am D7 G Cmaj7 F Dm E
AmNow that I've D7lost everything to Gyou, you say you Cmaj7want to start something Fnew
And it's Dmbreaking my heart your Eleaving, baby I'm grieving
AmBut if you want to D7leave take good Gcare hope you have a Cmaj7lot of nice things to Fwear
But then a Dmlot of nice things turn Ebad out G7there


COoh Gbaby baby it's a Fwild world Git's hard to get Fby just upon a Csmile
COoh Gbaby baby it's a Fwild world and GI'll always reFmember you like a Cchild girlDm E


AmYou know I've seen a D7lot of what the world can Gdo and it's Cmaj7breaking my heart in Ftwo
Because I Dmnever want to see you Esad girl, don't be a bad girl
AmBut if you want to D7leave take good Gcare hope you make a Cmaj7lot of nice friends out Fthere
But just reDmmember there's a lot of bad Eand beG7ware

Chorus

Am D7 G Cmaj7 F Dm E
AmBut if you want to D7leave take good Gcare hope you make a Cmaj7lot of nice friends out Fthere
But just reDmmember there's a lot of bad Eand beG7ware

Chorus

Father and Son
Cat Stevens


G C G C G
It's not Gtime to make a Dchange, just reClax, take it Am7easy
you're still Gyoung, that's your Emfault, there's so Ammuch you have to Dknow
Find a Ggirl, settle Ddown, if you Cwant, you can Am7marry
Look at Gme, I am Emold, but I'm Amhappy D

I was Gonce like you are Bm7now, and I Cknow that's it's not Am7easy
to be Gcalm when you've Emfound something Amgoing on D
But take your Gtime, think a Bm7lot, think of Ceverything you've Am7got
for you will Gstill be here toEmmorrow, but your Ddreams may Gnot G C G C

How can GI try to exBmplain, when I Cdo he turns aAm7way again
It's Galways been the Emsame, same old Amstory. D
From the Gmoment I could Bmtalk, I was Cordered to Am7listen
now there's a Gway and I Emknow that I Dhave to Ggo away. I Dknow I Chave to Ggo G C G C

It's not Gtime to make a Dchange, just reClax, take it Am7slowly
you're still Gyoung, that's your Emfault, there's so Ammuch you have to Dgo through
Find a Ggirl, settle Ddown, if you Cwant, you can Am7marry
Look at Gme, I am Emold, but I'm Amhappy D

All the Gtimes that I've Bmtried keeping Call the things I Am7knew inside
It's Ghard but it's Emharder to iAmgnore it D
If they were Gright, I'd aBm7gree, but it's Cthem they know not Am7me
now there's a Gway and I Emknow that I Dhave to Ggo away. I Dknow I Chave to Ggo

Morning has Broken
Cat Stevens



D G A F# Bm G7 C F C
Morning has bCrokDmen, Glike the first FmorniCng
Blackbird has EmspokAmen, D7sus4like the fiDrst biGrd
CPraise for the Fsinging, Cpraise for the AmmorniDng
GPraise for them sCpringFing fG7resh from the wCorld

F G E Am G7 C G7sus4
Sweet the rain's neCw fDmall, Gsunlit from heFaveCn
Like the first EmdewfAmall, D7sus4on the fDirst gGrass
CPraise for the Fsweetness Cof the wet AmgardDe
GSprung in compCletenFess whG7ere his feet pCass

F G E Am F# Bm G D A D
Mine is the DsunlEmight, Amine is the GmorniDng
Born of the F#mone Bmlight, EEden saw Aplay
DPraise with elGation, Dpraise every BmmorniEng
AGod's recreDatGion A7of the new Dday

G A F# Bm G7 C F C
Morning has bCrokDmen, Glike the first FmorniCng
Blackbird has EmspokAmen, D7sus4like the fiDrst biGrd
CPraise for the Fsinging, Cpraise for the AmmorniDng
GPraise for them sCpringFing fG7resh from the wCorld

C F E Am F# Bm G D A7 D

Hard Headed Woman
Cat Stevens


DmDm/G DmDm/G DmDm/G Dm G Dm G
Dm I'm Glooking for a hard headed C/Gwoman
Cm One who'll taFke me for myDmselfAmF
Bb And if I Gfind my Chard headed Fwoman
Bb I won't neeCd nobody Felse, no, Amno, Dmno

Dm I'm Glooking for a hard headed C/Gwoman
Cm One who'll mFake me do my bDmestAm F
Bb And if I Gfind my Chard headed Fwoman
Bb I know the Crest of my Flife will be blAmessed, yes, yes, Dmyes

Dm I kGnow a lot of fancy dC/Gancers
Cm People who can Fglide you on a flDmoorAmF
Bb They move so Gsmooth but Chave no Fanswers
Bb When you ask "Cwhy'd you Fcome here Amfor?" (I don't know) (why)

Dm G C Cm F Dm Am F Bb G C F Bb C F E

IAm know, many finDme feathered friAmends
but their friDmendliness depAmends on how you doEE7
They kAmnow many sDmure fired wAmays
To fDmind out the one who pAmays and how you doEE7DmAA7

Dm I'm lGooking for a hard headed Cwoman
Cm one who'll make Fme feel so DmgoodAmF
Bb And if I fGind my hCard headed Fwoman, wo oh oh oh oh
Bb I know my Clife will Fbe as it shAmould, yes, yes, yes

Dm I'm lGooking for a hard headed Cwoman
Cm one who'll make Fme do my DmbestAmF
Bb And if I Gfind my hCard headed Fwoman

Dm G Dm G Dm G Dm


Puff the Magic Dragon
Peter, Paul & Mary



PGuff, the magic drBmagon liCved by the sGea
And frColicked in the autGumn mist in a lA7and called Honah LDee,
LGittle Jackie PBmaper loCved that rascal PGuff
And brCought him strings and sGealing wax and A7other fDancy stGuff. D7Oh!


PGuff, the magic drBmagon liCved by the sGea
And frColicked in the autGumn mist in a lA7and called Honah-LDee,
PGuff, the magic drBmagon liCved by the sGea
And frColicked in the aGutumn mist in a lA7and called HDonah-LGee.D7


TGogether they would trBmavel on a bCoat with billowed sGail,
JCackie kept a lGookout perched on PA7uff's gigantic tDail,
NGoble kings and prBminces would bCow whene'er they cGame,
PCirate ships would lGow'r their flag when PA7uff roared oDut his Gname. D7Oh!

Chorus

A drGagon lives forBmever but nCot so little bGoys,
PCainted wings and gGiant rings make wA7ay for other tDoys,
GOne grey night it hBmappened, JCackie Paper came no mGore And
PCuff that mighty drGagon, he cA7eased his fDearless rGoar. D7Oh!

Chorus

His hGead was bent in sBmorrow grCeen scales fell like rGain,
PCuff no longer wGent to play alA7ong the cherry lDane, With
Gout his lifelong frBmiend PCuff could not be brGave So
PCuff that mighty drGagon, sadly slA7ipped intDo his cGave. D7Oh!

Chorus


The River of Dreams
Billy Joel


In the middle of the Gnight I go walking in my Gsleep
from the mountains of Cfaith to a river so Ddeep
I must be looking for Gsomething something sacred I Glost
But the river is Cwide and it's too hard to Dcross
EmAnd even thought I knew the Driver is wide
I walk down Cevery evening and I Amstand on the shore
EmAnd try to cross to the Dopposite side
So I can Amfinally find out what I've been Dlooking for

In the middle of the Gnight I go walking in my Gsleep
Through the valley of Cfear to a river so Ddeep
And I've been searching for Gsomething taken away of my Gsoul
Something I would never Close something somebody Dstole
EmI don't know why I go Dwalking at night
But now I'm Ctired and I don't Amwalk anymore
EmI hope it doesn't take the Drest of my life
Until I Amfind what it is I've been Dlooking for

In the middle of the Gnight I go walking in my Gsleep
Through the jungle of Cdoubt to a river so Ddeep
I know I'm searching for Gsomething something so Gundefined
That it only can be Cseen by the eyes of a Dblind
In the middle of the Gnight
EmI'm not sure about life after Dthis
god knows CI've never been a Amspiritual man
EmBabtized by the fire, I Amwade into the river
That Amturns to be the Dpromised land

In the middle of the Gnight I go walking in my Gsleep
Through the desert of Ctruth to a river so Ddeep
We're all land in the Gocean we all start in the Gstreams
We're all carried Calong by the river of Ddreams
In the middle of the Gnight


Runaway Train
Soul Asylum



CCall you up in the middle of the night, C/HLike a fire fly without a light,
AmYou were there like a blowtorch burning, GI was a key that could use a little turning
CSo I'm tired and I couldn't even sleep, C/HSo many secrets I couldn't keep
AmPromised muself I wouldn't leave, GOne more promise I couldn't keep

FSeems no one can Ghelp me now, I'm iCn too deep there's noAm way out
ThisF time I have reaEmlly let myself Gastray


CRunaway train never going back, C/HRunaway on a one way track
AmSeems like I should be getting somewhere, GSomehow I'm neither here nor there


CCan you help me remember how to smile, C/HMake it somehow all seem worthwile
AmHow on earth did I get so jaded, GLife's mysteries seem so faded
CI can go where no one else can go, C/HI know what no one else knows
AmHere I am just drowning in the rain, GWith a ticket for a runaway train

EvFery thing seems cutG and dry, DayC and night EarthAm and sky
SomeFhow I Emjust don't believeG it

Chorus

C C/H Am G F G C Am F Em G
CBought a ticket for a runaway train, C/HLike a madman laughing at the rain
AmLittle out of touch little insane, GIt's just easier than dealing with the pain

Chorus
CRunaway train never going back, C/HRunaway train tearing up the track
AmRunaway train burning in my veins, GRunaway but it always seems the same.

C C/H Am Gadd5

Sally McLennane
Pogues



Well JDimmy played harmonica in the pGub where I was boDrn
He plaDyed it from the night-time to the peGaceful early mAorn
He sooGthed souls of psychos and the mDen who had the hoArn
and they alDl looked very haGppy in the mAorninDg

Now JDimmy didn't like his place in thGis world of Dours
Where the Delephant man broke strong men's necks when he'd hGad too many pAowers
So sGad to see the grieving of the pDeople he was lAeaving
And he tDook the road from nGowhere in the mAornDing


We waDlked him to the staGtion in the raDin
We kiDssed him as we puGt him on the trAain
And we sGang him a soDng of times long goGne
though we knDew that we'd be sAeeing him agaDinA
SDad to say I must be on my way
so buGy me beer and whDiskey 'cause I'm goAing far away
I'd liDke to think I'll be returning when I can
to the greaGtest little boDozer and to SaAlly McLeDnnane


The yDears passed by the times had changed I grGew to be a mDan
I lDearned to love the virtues of sweet SGally McLennAane
I tGook the jeers and drank the beers and I crDawled back home at dAawn
And Dended up a bGarman in the mAornDing

I plDayed the pump and took the hump and wGatered whiskey dDown
I tDalked of whores and horses to the mGen who drank the brAown
I hGeard them say that Jimmy's making mDoney far awAay
Some pDeople left for hGeaven without wAarnDing

Chorus

When JDimmy came back home he was surprGised that they where gDone
He Dasked me all the details of the trGain that they went Aon
Some pGeople they are scared to croak but JDimmy drank untAil he choked
And tDook the road for hGeaven in the mAornDing





Sloop John B
Traditional


We cCome on the Sloop John B, my grandfather and me.
Around Nassau town we did rG7oam,
Drinking all nCight, Got into a fFight,
Well I fCeel so break up, G7I wanta go hCome.


So hCoist up the John B sail, see how the mains'l sets,
Call for the captain ashore, let me go hG7ome.
Let me go hCome, I wanta go hFome,
Well I fCeel so break up, G7I wanta go hCome.


FCirst Mate, he got drunk, broke up the people's trunk,
Constable had to come and take him G7away.
Sheriff John StCone, why don't you leave me alFone?
Well I fCeel so break up, G7I wanta go hCome.

Chorus

ThCe poor cook he caught the fits, threw away all my grits,
Then he took and ate up all of my cG7orn.
Let me go hCome, I wanta go hFome,
ThCis is the worst trG7ip I've ever been Con.

Chorus

Streets Of London
Ralph McTell



CHave you seen the Gold man, Amin the closed-down Emmarket
Fpicking up the Cpapers, with his D7worn-out G7shoes?
CIn his eyes you Gsee no pride, Amand held loosely Emby his side
Fyesterday's Cpapers, telling G7yesterday's Cnews



CSo hFow can you tEmell me, you're lGoneAmly
Dand say for D7you that the sun don't shine?GG7
CLet me take you Gby the hand, and Amlead you through the Emstreets of London
FI'll show you soCmething, to maG7ke you change your miCnd


HCave you seen the Gold gal, who wAmalks the streets of LEmondon
dFirt in her hCair, and her clD7othes in rGags?
ShCe's no time for tGalking, she jAmust keeps right Emon walking
CFarrying her hCome, in tGwo carrier bCags

Chorus


And Cin the all-night cGafe, at a quAmarter past elEmeven
sFame old mCan sitting thD7ere, all on his Gown
LCooking at the wGorld, over the rAmim of his tEmea-cup
FEach day lasts an hCour, then he wGanders home alCone

Chorus

And hCave you seen the Gold man, outsAmide the seaman's misEmsion?
HFis memory's fCading, with those medal rD7ibbons that he wGears
And Cin our winter cGity, the rAmain cries lEmittle pity
FFor one more forgotten hCero, and a wGorld that doesn't cCare

The Ghetto
Elvis Presley


As the snCow flies, on a cEmold and grey Chicago morning
A pFoor little baby chGild is born, in the ghCetto
And his mCama cries, 'cause if thEmere's one thing that she doesn't need
It's anFother hungry mGouth to feed, in the ghCetto

People don't you Gunderstand, the child needs a hFelping hCand
Or hFe'll gonna be an aGngry young man somedCay
Take a look at yGou and me, are we too blFind to sCee
DFo we simply tEmurn our heads and lDmook the other wGay

Well the wCorld turns and a hEmungry little boy with a running nose
PlFays in the street and a cGold wind blows, in the ghCetto
And his hCunger burnes, so he stEmarts stire on the streets at nights
And he lFearns how to steel and he lGearns how to fight, in the ghCetto

ThGen one night in desperation the yFoung man breaks awCay
He bFuys a gun he stEmeels a car, he trDmies to run but he dGoesn't get far

And his mCama cries, as a crEmowed gather round an angry young man
Face dFown in the street with a gGun in his hand, in the ghCetto
And as her yCoung man dies, on a cEmold and grey Chicago morning
AnFother little baby chGild is born, in the ghCetto

People don't you Gunderstand, the child needs a hFelping hCand
Or hFe'll gonna be an aGngry young man somedCay,
Take a look at yGou and me, are we too bFlind to sCee
DFo we simply tEmurn our heads
And lDmook the other wGay


The River
Bruce Springsteen



I cAmome from down in the Cvalley, where Gmister when you'reF young
They Ambring you up to dCo liFke your daddy dCone
Me and FMary we met in high school, when Cshe was just GseventAmeen
We'd rDmide out of that valley down to Cwhere the fields were Fgreen

We'd go dAmown to the riFver, And iGnto the river we'd dCive
Oh dAmown to thFe river weG'd ride

Then IAm got Mary preCgnant, And mGan that was all she wrFote
And for Ammy nineteenth birCthday I got a union cFard and a wedding cCoat
We weFnt down to the courthouse, And the jCudge put Git all to Amrest
No wedDmding day smiles no walk down in the aisle, No floCwers no wedding drFess
That night we went dAmown to the Friver, And iGnto the river we'd dCive
On Amdown to the riFver we did rGideF

I Amgot a job working consCtruction for the JohGnstown CompaFny
But laAmtely there ain't been much wCork on accFount of the ecConomy
Now aFll them things that seemed so important
Well mister thCey vanished right iGnto the aAmir
Now I just aDmct like I don't remember, Mary aCcts like she don't cFare
But I reAmmember us riding in my bCrother's car
Her body tGan and wet down at the Freservoir
At Amnight on them banks I'd Clie awake
And pull her Fclose just to feel each other Cbreath she'd take
Now those Fmemories come back to haunt me, They Chaunt me like a Amcurse
Is a Dmdream a lie if it don't come true, Or Cis it something worse that sends me
AmDown to the riFver though I Gknow the river is Cdry,
That sends me Amdown to the Friver Gtonight
AmDown to the rFiver, My bGaby and CI, Oh dAmown the riFver we'd rGide
oh Amoh oh Foh oh oh (The exact amount of oohing depends on version)


What's Up
Four Non Blondes



2A5 years of my life and still
TrBmyin' to to get up that great big hill of
HDope, for a destinAation.
AI realized quickly when I knew I should
ThBmat the world was made up of this brotherhood of
MDan, for whatever that mAeans

AAnd so I cry sometimes, when I'm lying in bed
jBmust to get all out, what's in my head, then
DI, I am feeling, a little pecAuliar.
AAnd so I wake in the morning, and I step outside
ABmnd I take a deep breath, and I get real high, and
DI, scream from the top of my lungs, "What's going Aon?"


AAnd I say, "Hey yeah yeah hey, hBmey yeah yeah."
I sDaid, "Hey, what's going Aon?"
AAnd I say, "Hey yeah yeah hey, hBmey yeah yeah."
I sDaid, "Hey, what's going Aon?"


AAnd I try, oh my god, do I trBmy
I try all the tDime, in this institAution.
AAnd I pray, oh my god, do I prBmay
I pray every single dDay, for a revolAution.

AAnd so I cry sometimes, when I'm lying in bed
jBmust to get all out, what's in my head, then
DI, I am feeling, a little pecAuliar.
AAnd so I wake in the morning, and I step outside
ABmnd I take a deep breath, and I get real high, and
DI, scream from the top of my lungs, "What's going Aon?"


When the Children Cry
White Lion



GLittle chD/F#ild, Emdry your cryBmin' eyes.
CHow can I Gexplain the fEmear you feel insideD?
G'Cause you were bD/F#orn Emin to this eBmvil world
CWhere man is killGing man and nEmo one knows just whDy.
CWhat have wBme begun? EmJust look what wBme have done.
CAll that we Gdestroyed yEmou must build agDain. Dsus4


D When the chilEmdren crBmy, let them knCow we trGied.
'Cause when the chilEmdren sBming, then the nCew world begDins.


GLittle chD/F#ild, Emyou must shBmow the way
CTo a bGetter day for Emall the yDoung.
G'Cause you were bD/F#orn fEmor the world to sBmee
CThat we Bmall can live with lEmove and pDeace.
CNo more prBmesidents; Emand all the wBmars will end;
COne unGited world, Emunder GDod. Dsus4


D When the chilEmdren crBmy, let them knCow we trGied.
'Cause when the chilEmdren sBming, then the nCew world begDins.


CWhat have wBme begun? EmJust look what wBme have done.
CAll that we Gdestroyed yEmou must build agDain. Dsus4
CNo more prBmesidents; Emand all the wBmars will end;
COne unGited world, Emunder GDod. Dsus4


D When the chilEmdren crBmy, let them knCow we trGied.
'Cause when the chilEmdren fBmight, let them knCow it ain't rightD
'Cause when the chilEmdren prBmay, let them knCow the wGay
'Cause when the chilEmdren sBming, then the nCew world begins.D


Wind of Chance
Scorpions



F Dm F Dm Am Dm Am G
C I follow the MosDmkva, Down to Gorky ParCk
Listening to the Dmwind of AmchangGe
C An August summer Dmnight, Soldiers passing Cby
Listening to the Dmwind of Am7changGe

F Dm F Dm Am7 Dm Am7 G
C The world is closing Dmin, Did you ever thiCnk
That we could be so Dmclose, like AmbrotherGs
C The future's in the Dmair, I can feel it everywChere
Blowing with the Dmwind of AmchangGe


C Take Gme to the Dmmagic of the Gmoment, On a glCory niGght
Where the Dmchildren of toGmorrow dream aAmway, FIn the wind of changGe


C Walking down the Dmstreet, Distant memorCies
Are buried in the Dmpast forAmeveGr
C I follow the MosDmkva, Down to Gorky CPark
Listening to the Dmwind of AmchangGe

C Take Gme to the Dmmagic of the Gmoment, On a Cglory Gnight
Where the Dmchildren of toGmorrow share their Amdreams, FWith you and mGe

Chorus

Am The wind of change blows Gstraight, Into the face of Amtime
Like a stormwind that will Gring, The freedom bell for peace of Cmind
Let your balalaika Dmsing, What my guitar wants to Esay E

F G Em Am F G Am F G Em Am Dm E
Chorus

Chorus

Gsus42 G F Dm F Dm Am Dm

What a Wonderful World
Sam Cooke



DDon't know much about Bmhistory, Gdon't know much A7biology
DDon't know much about a Bmscience book, GDon't know much about the A7French I took
DBut I do know that GI love you
DAnd I know that if you Glove me too
What a A7wonderful world this could Dbe

DDon't know much about Bmgeography, Gdon't know much trigoA7nometry
DDon't know much about Bmalgebra,G don't know what a slide A7rule is for
DBut I do know one and Gone is two
DAnd if this one could Gbe with you
What a A7wonderful world this could Dbe

A7I don't claim to Dbe an 'A' student, A7but I'm tryin' to Dbe
E7Maybe me being an D'A' student baby
E7I could win your Emlove for A7me

DDon't know much about the Bmmiddle ages, GLooked at the pictures and I A7turned the pages
DDon't know nothin' 'bout no Bmrise and fall, GDon't know nothin' 'bout A7nothin' at all
DBut I do know that GI love you
DAnd I know that if you Gloved me too
What a A7wonderful world this would Dbe

DDon't know much about Bmhistory, Gdon't know much A7biology
DDon't know much about a Bmscience book, GDon't know much about the A7French I took
DBut I do know that GI love you
DAnd I know that if you Glove me too
What a A7wonderful world this could Dbe


You
Ten Sharp


DIt's alright with Eme as long as Emyou Aare by my Dside,F#
Dtalk or just say nEothing, I don't Emmind your Alooks never lDie.F#
BmI was always on the Grun, Emfinding out D what I was lF#ooking for and
BmI was always insecGure, Em A just until I fDoundF#

DWords often don't come Eeasy, I never Emloved to Ashow you the insDide of me oh F#no my baby
DYou were always pEatient, dragging oEmut whAat I tried to hiDdeF#
BmI was always on the Grun, Emfinding out D what I was lF#ooking for and
BmI was always insecGure, until I fEmoundA


DYou you were always on my mGind, Emyou, Ayou're the one I'm lDiving forF#
DYou, you're my everlasting fGire, Em you're my Gmalways shining star.


DNight, always a Egood friend, a glass of Emwine A and the lights down lDow.F#
DYou lying besEide me, me full of Emlove A and filled with hDopeF#
Bm G Em

Chorus

Chorus


Your Song
Elton John


GIt's a little bit Cmaj7funny, thisD/F# feeling inBmside
EmI'm not one of Em/Dthose who can Em/C#easily hiCde
G/DI don't much Dmoney, but, B7/D#boy if I Emdid
GI'd buy a big Am7house where Cwe both could Dlive

GIf I was a Cmaj7sculptor, butD/F# then agBmain no
EmOr a man who Em/Dmakes potions in a Em/C#travelling Cshow
G/DI know it's not D/F#much but it's the B7/D#best I can Emdo
GMy gift is my Am7song, and Cthis one for Gyou


D/F#And you can tell Emeverybody Amthis is your Csong
D/F#It may be Emquite simple Ambut now that it's Cdone
I Emhope you don't mind, I Em/Dhope you don't mind
Em/C#That I put down in Cwords,
How G/Bwonderful Clife is while Cyou're in the Dworld


GI sat on the Cmaj7roof and D/F#kicked off the Bmmoss
EmWell a few of the Em/Dverses Em/C#they've got me quite Ccrossed
G/DBut the sun's been quite D/F#king, while I B7/D#wrote this Emsong
GIt's for people like Am7you that they Ckeep turned Don

GSo excuse me and Cmaj7forget butD/F# these I Bmdo
EmYou see I've forEm/Dgotten if they're Em/C#green or they're Cblue
G/DAnyway, the D/F#thing is, B7/D#what I reallly Emmean
GYours are the Am7sweetest eyes CI've ever Gseen

Chorus
I Emhope you don't mind, I Em/Dhope you don't mind
Em/C#That I put down in Cwords,
How G/Bwonderful Clife is while Cyou're D/F#in the Gworld

Cat's In The Cradle
Harry Chapin and Sandy Chapin


TAB: each space represents an eigth note
CAPO 8 (key of F) or CAPO 5 (key of D)

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My Achild arrived just the Cother day;
he Dcame into the world in the Ausual way.
But there were Aplanes to catch, and Cbills to pay.
D He learned to walk while I Awas away.
And he was Gtalkin' 'fore I G/F#knew it. And Em7as he grewEm/D
he'd say, "CI'm gonna Em/Bbe like Ayou, Dad. You Cknow I'm gonna Em/Bbe like Ayou."

And the Acat's in the cradle and the Gsilver spoon,
Clittle boy blue and the Dman in the moon.
"AWhen you comin' home Dad?" "I Gdon't know when,
but Cwe'll get toEm/Bgether thenA, Son. You Cknow we'll have a Em/Bgood time Athen."

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My Ason turned ten just the Cother day.
He said, "DThanks for the ball, Dad. Come Aon, let's play.
Can you Ateach me to throw?" I said, "CNot today.
I got a D lot to do." He said, "AThat's okay."
And he G walked aG/F#way, but his Em7smile never Em/Ddimmed.
It said, "CI'm gonna Em/Bbe like Ahim, yeah. You Cknow I'm gonna Em/Bbe like Ahim."

And the Acat's in the cradle and the Gsilver spoon,
Clittle boy blue and the Dman in the moon.
"AWhen you comin' home Dad?" "I Gdon't know when,
but Cwe'll get toEm/Bgether thenA, Son. You Cknow we'll have a Em/Bgood time Athen."

Bridge

Well, he Acame home from college just the Cother day,
so Dmuch like a man I just Ahad to say,
"Son, I'm Aproud of you. Can you Csit for a while?"
He Dshook his head and he Asaid with a smile,
"What I'd Greally like, G/F#Dad, is to Em7borrow the caEm/Dr keys.
C See you Em/Blater. Can I Ahave them please?"

And the Acat's in the cradle and the Gsilver spoon,
Clittle boy blue and the Dman in the moon.
"AWhen you comin' home Son?" "I Gdon't know when,
but Cwe'll get toEm/Bgether thenA, Dad. You Cknow we'll have a Em/Bgood time Athen."

F G Em A
F G Em A
(Slower)

I've Along since retired, my Cson's moved away.
D I called him up just the Aother day.
I said, "I'd Alike to see you if Cyou don't mind."
He said, "I'd Dlove to, Dad, if I could Afind the time.
You see, my Gnew job's a G/F#hassle and the Em7kids have the fEm/Dlu,
but it's Csure nice Em/Btalkin' to Ayou, Dad. It's been Csure nice Em/Btalkin' to Ayou."
And as I Ghung up the G/F#phone it Em7occured to mEm/De,
he'd Cgrown up Em/Bjust like A4Ame. CMy boy wEm/Bas just like me.

(Tempo I)

And the Acat's in the cradle and the Gsilver spoon,
Clittle boy blue and the Dman in the moon.
"AWhen you comin' home Son?" "I Gdon't know when,
but Cwe'll get toEm/Bgether thenA, Dad, we're Cgonna have a Em/Bgood time Athen."

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Ordinary Man
Christy Moore


F G A C G F G C A F G F G
I'm an Cordinary Gman, nothing' spFecial nothing' grAmand.
I've Fhad to work for Geverything I Amown.
Well I Cnever asked for a Glot, I was Fhappy with what I Amgot,
enFough to keep my Gfamily and my Amhome.
Now they Fsay that times are Ghard and they've Chanded me
my Amcards, they Fsay there's not the work to go aroE7und.
CWhen the whistle Gblows, theF gates will finally Amclose,
toFnight they're going to sGhut this factory Amdown.
Then they'll tear it Fdown. G Am F G

I nCever missed a Gday nor went on Fstrike for better Ampay
for F20 years I Gserved them best I Amcould,
with a Chandshake and a Gcheque it seems so Feasy to forAmget
Floyalty through the Gbad times and the Amgood.
The Fowner says he's Gsad to see that tChings have got so
baAmd, but the CFaptains of Industry won't let him E7loose,
he Cstill drives a Gcar and sFmokes a cigAmar
and sFtill he takes his Gfamily on a cAmruise.
He'll never lFose. G Am C F G Am

Now it Cseems to Gme such a Fcruel ironAmy,
he's Fricher now than Gever he was beAmfore.
Now my Ccheque is all sGpent and I Fcan't afford the rAment,
there's Fone law for the Grich, one for the Ampoor.
FEvery day I've Gtried to salvage Csome of my Ampride,
to Ffind some work so that I might pay my wE7ay,
but Ceverywhere I Ggo the Fanswer is always Amno,
there's Fno work for Ganyone here todAmay.
No work todFay. G Am G F G F G

And Cso condemned I Gstand, just an Fordinary Amman,
like Fthousands Gbeside me in the Amqueue.
I Cwatch my darling' Gwife trying to Fmake the best of Amlife
FGod knows what the Gkids are going to Amdo.
FNow that we are Gfaced Cwith this human Amwaste,
a Fgeneration cast asiE7de,
for Cas long as I Glive I Fnever will forAmgive,
you've Fstripped me of my Gdignity and Ampride.
You've stripped me bFare. G Am
You've stripped me bFare. G Am
You've stripped me bFare. G Am

C F G A G F G A
C G C F G C A F E


You've got a friend
Carol King


Capo 1
When you're Em down and B7 troubled and you Em need some B7 lovin' Em care
And Am7 nothing, D7 nothing is going G right B7
Em Close your eyes and B7 think of me and Em soon I B7 will be Em there
To Am7 brighten up Bm even your darkest Am7 nights D7


You just G call out my name, and you C know, wherever I am,
I come G running to see you B7sus2 again D
G Winter spring summer or G7 fall C all you got to do is Em7 call D
And I'll C be thBmereAm7 D7, yeah yeah, You've got a G friend


If the Em sky aB7bove you grows Em dark and B7 full of Em clouds,
and Am7 that old north D7 wind begins to G blow B7
Em Keep your head B7 together, and Em call my B7 name out Em loud
Am7 Soon you'll hear me Bm knocking at your Am7 door D7


You just G call out my name, and you C know, wherever I am,
I come G running, running yeah to see you B7sus2 again D
G Winter spring summer or G7 fall C all you got to do is Em7 call D
And I'll C be thBmereAm7 D7 yes I Gwill


F Now ain't it good to know that C you've got a friend
When G people can be so G7 cold
The'll C hurt you, yes and Fm desert you and Em7 take your soul if you A7 let them
But A7 don't you let D7sus2 them D7


You just G call out my name, and you C know, wherever I am,
I come G running, running yeah yeah yeah to see you B7sus2 again D
G Winter spring summer or G7 fall C all you got to do is Em7 call D
And I'll C be thBmere yes I Am7 D7will
You've got a G friend. D You've got a G friend


I don't like Mondays
Boomtown Rats


The Csilicon chip inGside her head, Gets Fswitched to overGload
And Cnobody's gonna go to Gschool today,
She's gonna Fmake them stay at Ghome,
And Amdaddy doesn't underGstand it,
He always Csaid she was good in Fschool,
And he can Fsee no reasons Cos there Fare no reasons
What Freason do you need to be Gshown


Tell me Cwhy I don't like Gmondays, Tell me Fwhy I don't like Gmondays,
Tell me Cwhy I don't like Gmondays, I wanna Fshoo-oo-oo-oo - oo - Goot
The whole day Cdown.


The CTelex machine is Gkept so clean, And it Ftypes to a waiting Gworld,
And CMother feels so shocked, Father's Gworld is rocked,
And their Fthoughts turn to Their Gown little girl.
AmSweet sixteen ain't that Gpeachy keen,
No, it Cain't so neat to adFmit defeat,
They can Fsee no reasons Cos there Fare no reasons
What Freasons do you Gneed

Tell me Cwhy I don't like Gmondays, Tell me Fwhy I don't like Gmondays
Tell me Cwhy I don't like Gmondays, I wanna Fshoo-oo-oo-oo - oo - Goot
The whole day Amdown, down, down, shoot it all Fdown...

And all the Cplaying's stopped in the Gplayground now
She Fwants to play with her Gtoys a while,
And Cschool's out early and Gsoon we'll be learning
And the Flesson today is Ghow to die.
And then the Ambullhorn crackles, And the Gcaptain tackles,
With the Cproblems and the how's and Fwhy's
And he can Fsee no reasons Cos there Fare no reasons
what Freason do you need to Gdie

Chorus

Bye Bye Love
Everly Brothers


C G7 C G7
C.. There goes my Dmbaby, G7.. with someone Cnew___
She sure look Dmhappy, G7.. I sure am Cblue___
She was my Fbaby___, till he stepped G7in___
Goodbye to Dmromance_G7___, that might have Cbeen___


FBye bye Clove.., Fbye bye Chappiness
F.. Hello Cloneliness, I think I'm G7gonna Ccry
FBye bye Clove.., bye bye Fsweet ca-Cress
F.. Hello Cemptiness, I feel like G7I could Cdie
Bye bye my G7love, bye Cbye


C.. I'm through with G7romance, I'm through with Clove___
I'm through with G7counting .. the stars a-Cbove___
And here's the Freason___, that I'm so G7free___
My lovin' baby___ is through with Cme___

Chorus




Lady In Black
Uriah Heep



She cEmame to me one morning, one lonely Sunday morning,
her lDong hair flowing in the mEmid-winter wind.
I knEmow not how she found me, for in darkness I was walking,
and dDestruction lay around me from a fEmight I could not win.


EmAhahaaahDaahEmah, ahEmahaaahaDhahaEm !


ShEme asked me name my foe then. I said the need within some men
to fDight and kill their brothers without thEmought of men or god.
AEmnd I begged her give me horses to trample down my enemies,
so Deager was my passion to devEmour this waste of life.

Chorus

BEmut she would not think of battle that reduces men to animals,
so Deasy to begin and yet impEmossible to end.
For shEme the mother of all men had counciled me so wisely that
I fDeared to walk alone again and Emasked if she would stay.

Chorus

"Oh lEmady lend your hand," I cried, "Oh let me rest here at your side."
"Have fDaith and trust in me," she said and fEmilled my heart with life.
There Emis no strength in numbers. I've no such misconceptions.
But whDen you need me be assured I wEmon't be far away.

Chorus

ThEmus having spoke she turned away and though I found no words to say
I stDood and watched until I saw her blEmack cloak disappear.
My lEmabor is no easier, but now I know I'm not alone.
I fDind new heart each time I think upEmon that windy day.
And Emif one day she comes to you drink deeply from her words so wise.
Take cDourage from her as your prize and sEmay hello for me.

Chorus
Chorus

Tears In Heaven
Eric Clapton


WoAuld you E/G#know my nF#mame A Dif I sAaw you in HEeaven
WoAuld it bE/G#e the F#msame A Dif I sAaw you in HEeaven
F#mI must be strC#/E#ong aEmnd carry oF#n
Cause I Bmknow I don't bEelE7ong here in hAeaveE/G#n

F#m A D EE7 A
WoAuld you hE/G#old my hF#maAnd, Dif I sAaw you in hEeaven
WoAuld you hE/G#elp me stF#maAnd, Dif I sAaw you in hEeaven
I'F#mll find my wC#/E#ay thrEmough night and dF#ay
`Cause IBm know I just Ecan't E7stay here Ain hE/G#eaven.

TiCme can bG/Bring you dAmown Time can bDend your knGeDes Em D G
TiCme can bG/Break your hAmeart Have you bDeg and plGead bDeg and Eplead

A E/G# F#m A D A E
A E/G# F#m A D A E
BeF#myond the dC#/E#oor, thEmere's peace for F#sure
and I knBmow there'll bEe no E7more tears in hAeaven.E/G#

F#m A D E E7 A
WoAuld you E/G#know my nF#mame A Dif I sAaw you in HEeaven
WoAuld it bE/G#e the F#msame A Dif I sAaw you in HEeaven
F#mI must be strC#/E#ong aEmnd carry oF#n
Cause I Bmknow I don't bEelE7ong here in hAeaveE/G#n
F#m A D E E7 A

Wonderful Tonight
Eric Clapton


G D/F# C D G D/F# C D
G It's late in the D/F#evening C She's wondering what clDothes to wear
G She puts on her D/F#make up C And brushes her lDong blonde hair
C And then she Dasks me
G Do I Bm7/F#look alrEmight
And I say yCes, you look wDonderful tonGight D/F# C D

G We go a pD/F#arty C And everyone tDurns to see
G This beautiful D/F#lady C That's walking arDound with me
C And then she Dasks me
G Do you Bm7/F#feel alrEmight
And I say yCes, I feel wDonderful tonGight

I feel wConderful
BecDause I see the lGove light Bm7/F#in your Emeyes
And the wConder of it Dall
Is that you jCust G/BdonD7/A'tG realDize
How much I lGove you D/F# C D G D/F# C D

G It's time to go hD/F#ome now C And I've got an aching hDead
G So I give her the cD/F#ar keys C She helps me to bDed
C And then I tDell her
G As I Bm7/F#turn out the lEmight
I say my dCarling, you were wDonderful tonGight Bm7/F# Em Em/D
Oh my dCarling, you were wDonderful tonGightD/F# C D G D/F# C D G


Bright Eyes
Mike Batt


G Em Bm7 C G
GIs it a kind of Cdream, G Emfloating out on the C6tideG
DFollowing the D/Criver of deathG downstrCeam oh Am7is it a dreamD D4 Dadd12
Theres a fGog a long the horC(add12)iGG/F#zon, A strEmange glow in the skC(add12)yG
And nDobody seeD/Cms to kGnow where you Cgo and what does it Bmean
E0Oh G/Doh D7is it a drGeam?

Bright EBmyes bCurning like fD7ire, Bright eBmyes hCow can you close and Am7fail,D7
B7How can the lEmight that buD7rned so briGghtly suCddenly burn so pAm7ale bD7right eGyes Em C

GIs it a kind of sChadGow rEmeaching into the nCightG?
DWandering D/Cover the hGills unCseen or Am7is it a dDream D4 Dadd12
Theres a hGigh wind in the tC(add12)GG/F#rees A cEmold sound in the aC(add12)ir G
And Dnobody D/Cever knGows when you Cgo and when do you sBtart
E0Oh G/Doh D7into the dGark

Bright EBmyes bCurning like fD7ire, Bright eBmyes hCow can you close and Am7fail,D7
B7How can the lEmight that buD7rned so briGghtly suCddenly burn so pAm7ale bD7right eGyes

Bright EBmyes bCurning like fD7ire, Bright eBmyes hCow can you close and Am7fail,D7
B7How can the lEmight that buD7rned so briGghtly suCddenly burn so pAm7ale bD7right eGyes

Imagine
John Lennon


CImagine thCmaj7ere's no heavenF CIt's easy Cmaj7if you tFry
CNo Cmaj7hell belFow us CAbove us Cmaj7only sFky
FImagine alAml the peD7ople GLiving C/Gfor toG7day


FYou may Gsay I'm a drCeamer E7 FBut I'm G7not the only ConeE7
FI hope somedGay you'll join uCs E7 FAnd the G7world will live as oneC


CImagine tCmaj7here's no countriFes CIt isn't haCmaj7rd to doF
CNo Cmaj7greed or Fhunger CAnd no Cmaj7religion Ftoo
FImagine alAml the peD7ople GLiving C/Glife iG7n peace


FYou may Gsay I'm a drCeamer E7 FBut I'm G7not the only ConeE7
FI hope somedGay you'll join uCs E7 FAnd the G7world will live as oneC


CImagine no possCmaj7essionsF CI wonder if youCmaj7 canF
CNothing to killCmaj7 or die forF CA brotherhood oCmaj7f manF
FImagine alAml the peD7ople GSharing C/Gall the G7world


FYou may Gsay I'm a drCeamer E7 FBut I'm G7not the only ConeE7
FI hope somedGay you'll join uCs E7 FAnd the G7world will live as oneC


Nights in White Satin
Moody Blues


EmNights in white sDatin, Emnever reaching the Dend
CLetters I've wrGitten, Fnever meaning to sEmend
EmBeauty I'd Dalways missed, Emwith these eyes befDore
CJust what the trGuth is, FI can't say anymEmore


Cause I Alove you, yes I Clove you
Ohhh how I Emlove youD Em D


EmGazing at pDeople, Emsome hand in hDand
CJust what I'm gGoing through Fthey can't understEmand
EmSome try to tDell me tEmhoughts they cannot defDend
CJust what you Gwant to be, Fyou'll be in the Emend


Cause I Alove you, yes I Clove you
Ohhh how I Emlove youD Em D



Cause I Alove you, yes I Clove you
Ohhh how I Emlove youD Em D


Needles And Pins
Searchers


Capo 2
I saw her todGay, I saw her face
It was the face I lEmoved, and I knew
I had to run awGay and get down on my knees and Empray
That they'd go away
But still they'd begGin
Those needles and pEmins
Because of all my prCide
The tears I gotta hDide

Hey, I though I was smGart, I'd won her heart
Didn't think I'd Emdo, but now I see
She's worse to him than Gme, let her go ahead
Take his love instEmead, and one day she will see
Just how to say plGease
And get down on her knEmees
Hey, that's how it begCins
She'll feel those needles and pDins, hurtin' her, hurtin' her

D C# C B
Why can't I stop and tell myself I'm wrAong, I'm wrong, so wrong
WGhy can't I stand up and tell myself I'm stF#rong

Because I saw her todBay, I saw her face
It was the face I lG#moved, and I knew
I had to run aBway and get down on my knees and G#mpray
That they'd go away
But still they'd bBegin
Needles and G#mpins
Because of all my pEride
The tears I gotta hF#ide

Oh, needles and pBins Nedles and pins Needles and pins


Sailing
Gavin Sutherland



I am Csailing, I am Amsailing home aFgain 'cross the Csea.
I am D7sailing stormy Amwaters, to beG7 nDm7ear you,G7 to be Cfree. G7

I am Cflying, I am Amflying like a bFird 'cross the Csea.
I am D7flying passing Amhigh clouds, to beG7 nDm7ear you,G7 to be Cfree.G7

Can you Chear me, can you Amhear me, thru the dFark night far awCay?
I am D7dying, forever Amtrying to beG7 wDm7ith you;G7 who can Csay?G7

Can you Chear me, can you Amhear me, thru the dFark night far awCay?
I am D7dying, forever Amtrying to beG7 wDm7ith you;G7 who can Csay?G7

We are Csailing, we are Amsailing home aFgain 'cross the Csea.
We are D7sailing stormy Amwaters, to beG7 nDm7ear you,G7 to be Cfree.G7

G7Oh Lord, to be Dmnear you, to be Cfree.
G7Oh Lord, to be Dmnear you, to be Cfree.


House of the Rising Sun
Animals


Am C D F Am C E E7
AmThere is a Chouse in DNew OrFleans,
AmThey call the CRising ESun E7
And AmIt's been the Cruin of Dmany a poor Fboy
AmAnd God, I Eknow, I'm Amone C D F Am E Am E

AmMy mother Cwas a DtailorF
AmShe sewed my nCew blue EjeansE7
AmMy father Cwas a Dgambling Fman
AmDown in ENew OrlAmeans C D F Am E Am E

AmAnd the only thCings a Dgambler Fneeds
AmIs a suitcase Cand a EtrunkE7
And the Amonly Ctime Dhe's satisfFied
Is Amwhen he's Eall a-dAmrunk C D F Am E Am E

AmI've got one foot Con the plDatform F
AmThe other Cfoot on the tErain E7
AmI'm going Cback to DNew OrlFeans
AmTo wear the Eball and Amchain C D F Am E Am E

AmSo mothers, Ctell your Dchildren F
AmNot to do what CI have Edone E7
AmSpend your Clife in Dsin and miseFry
AmIn the house of the ERising AmSun C D F Am E Am E

AmThere is a Chouse in DNew OrFleans,
AmThey call the CRising ESun E7
And AmIt's been the Cruin of Dmany a poor Fboy
AmAnd God, I Eknow, I'm Amone C D F Am E Am E

No Milk today
Herman Hermits


AmNo milk today, my lCove is gone away.
The bEottle stands forlAmorn, a sEymbol of the dAmawn.
AmNo milk today, it sCeems a common sight,
But pEeople passing Amby. Don't knEow the reason Amwhy.

AHow could they know just wGhat this message means,
The Dend of all my hopes, the end of Eall my drAeams,
How could they know, a pGalace there had been,
Dbehind the door where my lEove reigned as qAueen.

AmNo milk today, it wCasn't always so,
The Ecompany was Amgay, we Eturn'd night into Amday.

ABut all that's lEeft is a plDace dark and lEonely
AA terraced hEouse in a mDean street back of town
ABecomes a shrEine when I thDink of you Eonly,
DJust two up two dEown.

AmNo milk today, it wCasn't always so,
The Ecompany was Amgay, we Eturn'd night into Amday.
AmAs music played the fCaster did we dance
We fEelt it both at Amonce, the Estart of our romAmance.

AHow could they know just wGhat this message means,
The Dend of all my hopes, the end of Eall my drAeams,
How could they know, a pGalace there had been,
Dbehind the door where my lEove reigned as qAueen.

AmNo milk today, my lCove is gone away.
The bEottle stands forlAmorn, a sEymbol of the dAmawn.

ABut all that's lEeft is a plDace dark and lEonely
AA terraced hEouse in a mDean street back of town
ABecomes a shrEine when I thDink of you Eonly,
DJust two up two dEown.

AmNo milk today, my lCove is gone away.
The bEottle stands forlAmorn, a sEymbol of the dAmawn.
AmNo milk today, it sCeems a common sight,
But pEeople passing Amby. Don't knEow the reason Amwhy.

AHow could they know just wGhat this message means,
The Dend of all my hopes, the end of Eall my drAeams,
How could they know, a pGalace there had been,
Dbehind the door where my lEove reigned as qAueen.

AmNo milk today, it wCasn't always so,
The Ecompany was Amgay, we Eturn'd night into Amday.

ABut all that's lEeft is a plDace dark and lEonely
AA terraced hEouse in a mDean street back of town
ABut all that's lEeft is a plDace dark and lEonely
AA terraced hEouse in a mDean street back of town

Five Hundred Miles
Hedy West


If you mGiss the train I'm Emon, you will kAmnow that I am gCone.
You can hAmear the whistle blC7ow a hundred mDiles.D7
A hundred mGiles, a hundred mEmiles, a hundred mAmiles, a hundred mCiles,
You can hAmear the whistle blCow a hundred mGiles.

Lord I'm Gone, Lord I'm tEmwo, Lord I'm thrAmee, Lord I'm fCour,
Lord I'm fAmive hundred mC7iles away from hDome.D7
Away from hGome, away from hEmome, away from hAmome, away from hCome,
Lord I'm fAmive hundred mCiles away from hGome.

Not a shGirt on my bEmack, not a pAmenny to my nCame,
Lord I cAman't go back C7home this a Dway.D7
This a Gway, this a Emway, this a Amway, this a Cway,
Lord I Amcan't go back Chome this a Gway.

If you mGiss the train I'm Emon, you will kAmnow that I am gCone.
You can hAmear the whistle blC7ow a hundred mDiles.D7
A hundred mGiles, a hundred mEmiles, a hundred mAmiles, a hundred mCiles,
You can hAmear the whistle blCow a hundred mGiles.

Don't pay the Ferryman
Chris De Burgh


Em C Em C D Em D Em
It was lEmate at night on the Gopen road
Speeding like a man on the runC
A lCifetime sG/Bpent prepAmaringG for the jourDney
He was clEmoser now, and the sGearch was on
Reading from a map in the mindC
Yes, thCere's the rG/Bagged hill Amand there's a bGoat on the rivDer.
And when the rEmain came down,D He heard a wEmild dog howl.D/F#
There were voicCes in the nightG/B. (don't do it)
VCoices out of sightG/D. (don't do it)
C"Too many men have failed beforeB7; whatever you do,


EmDon't Dpay the Emferryman Don't even fCix a pDrice
EmDon't Dpay the Emferryman Until Che gets you to tDhe othEmer sidDe"Em D Em


In the rEmoaming mist then he gGets on board
Now there'll be no turning backC
BewCare that hG/Booded Amold manG at the rudDder
And then the lEmightning flashed and the thGunder roared
And people calling out his nameC
And dCancing bG/Bows that jAmabbered and a-mGoaned on the watDer.
And then the fEmerryman saidD
"there is tEmrouble aheadD/F#
So you mCust pay me nowG/B" (don't do it)
"YCou must pay me nG/Dow" (don't do it)
CAnd still that voice came through the air:B7 "whatever you do,

Chorus
Em C B7
Chorus
EmDon't Dpay... The FDerrEmy-man!



Crusader
Chris de Burgh



Am G F G Am G F G Am G F G Am G Fmaj7 Em Bsus4B
"WEmhat do I do next" said the bGishop to the priest.
"I have spAent my whole life waiting prepCaring for the fDeast.
And nEmow you say Jerusalem has fGallen and is lost,
The kAing of heathen saracen has sCeized the hDoly crEmoss."

Then the prEmiest said "Oh my bishop, we must pGut them to the sword,
For GAod in all his mercy will fCind a just rewDard
For the nEmoble men and sinners and knGights of ready hand
who will bAe the Lord's crusader, send wCord through Dall the lEmand."

D C JerusalDem is lEmost D C JerusalemD is lEmost D C JerusalDem is lEmost

"TEmell me what to do" said the kGing upon his throne
But spAeak to me in whispers for wCe are not alDone
They tEmell me that Jerusalem has fGallen to the hand
Of sAome be devilled heathen who has sCeized the hDoly lEmand."

Then the chEmamberlain said "Lord we must cGall upon our foes
In SpAmain and France and Germany to Cend our bitter wDars
All chrEmistian men must be as one and gGather for the fight.
YAou will be their leader, begCin the bDattle crEmy.

D C JerusalDem is lEmost D C JerusalemD is lEmost D C JerusalDem is lEmost F

AmHigh on a hill in the town Gof JerFusalem
thGere stAmood Saladin the king Gof the SFaracens
WhGoring and drinking and snE7/G#oring and sinking arAmound him his Garmy lFay
secCure in the knowledge that E7/G#he had won the dAmay;

AmA messenger came, blood on his feet Gand a Fwound in his chest,
G"The ChrAmistians are coming" he said "I have sGeen their crFoss in the west"
In a rGage Saladin struck him dE7/G#own with his knife,
and he said I knAmow that thGis man lFies,
they quCarrel too much, the ChrE7/G#istians could never unAmite.

FI Gam inviAmncible, F I am the E7/G#King,F I Gam iAmnvincible, aFnd I wG
ill wAmin

AmCloser they came the army of RichaGrd the LFionheart
AmMarching by day and night with soldGiers from evF'ry part
And whGen the crusaders came E7/G#over the mountain and they sAmaw JerGusalFem
They fCell to their knees and prE7/G#ayed for her relAmease;

AmThey started the battle at dawnG tFaking the city by storm
GWith hAmorsemen and bowmen and engines of wGar they brFoke through the city walls
The hGeathens were flying and scrE7/G#eaming and dying
and the ChrAmistian swGords were strFong,
And SCaladin ran when he hE7/G#eard their vict'ry sAmong

FWe Gare invAmincible, FGod is the E7/G#King, FWe Gare Aminvincible, anFd we wGill wAmin G F G

Em"What do I do now" said the wGise man to the fool
"I have spAent my whole life searching, to fCind the golden rDule,
Though Emcenturies have disappeared, the mGem'ry still remains
Of those Aenemies together could it Cbe that Dway agEmain."

Then the Emfool said "Oh you wise men you Greally make me laugh
With your Atalk of vast persuasion and Csearching through the Dpast.
There is Emonly greed and evil in the Gmen who fight today
The Asong of the crusader has Clong since Dgone awEmay."
seven times
C JerusalDem is lEmost D C JerusalemD is lEmost D
Em JerCusDalEmem

The Girl With April In Her Eyes
Chris De Burgh


Em A C D Em
EmThere once was a king who cGalled for the spring
For his wAmorld was still cDovered with snEmow
But the spEmring had not been for he was wGicked and mean
In his wiAmnter fields nDothing would grB7ow
And when a trCaveller called, seeking hGelp at the door
Only foCod and a bGed for a nB7ight
He Emordered his slave to tAmurn her away
The giEmrl with ApDril in her eEmyes A C D Em A C D Em


EmAh, BmautuCmn does she Emgo
Through the winGter's night, the wiDld wind and the snCow
EmHighBm, auCtumn does she rEmise
Someone hGelp the girl with ApDril in her eCyesEm A C D Em


She rEmode through the night till she cGame to the light
Of a hAmumble man's hDome in the wEmood
He brEmought her inside, by the fGirelight she died
And he bAmuried her gDently and gB7ood
Oh, the mCorning was bright, all the wGorld snow white
But when he cCame to the plGace where she lB7ay
His fEmield was ablaze with flAmowers on the grave
Of the gEmirl with DApril in her eEmyes A C D Em A C D Em


EmOh, Bmoh, Con and on she gEmoes
Through the wGinter's night, the wDild wind and the snCow
EmHighBm, onC and on she flieEms,
She is gGone the girl with ApDril in her eCyes...Em


Missing You
Chris de Burgh


IF've been mDmissing youGm. (Cmissing you)
FI've got the roses, DI've got the wine,
Gmwith a little luck she will be hCere on time.
FThis is the plave we Dmused to go
with Gmromantic music and the lightsA7 down low,
and as you Dm1stand there amazed at the Bbdoor
and you're wond'Am1ring what all this is for, Bb
it's just a Fsimple thing from Dm7me to you the lGm7ady that I adore, C
'cause there's Gm7something that you should knowC, it's that

FI've been Dm7missing you Gm7more than words can say C
and that I'veF been thDm7inking about it ev'ry dayGm7, C
and the timeF we hadDm7 just dancBbing nice and slow,Bbm
and I said Fnow I've foundDm7 you I'm Gm7never letting go.C

FThere is no reason to the thDings that we do,
Gmyou can break a heart with just a Cword or two,
Fand take a lifetime to aDmpologise,
Gmwhen the one you love's in front A7of your eyes,
and I will Dm1fall to my knees like a Bbfool
if it's the Am1only way of getting through,Bb
you see if FI think you are Dm7beautiful, someone Gm7else is gonna feel it too, C
so there's Gm7only one thing to do,C tell you that

FI've been Dm7missing you Gm7more than words can say C
and that I'veF been thDm7inking about it ev'ry dayGm7. C
Well tonight'sF our nighDm7t for dancBbing nice and slowBbm
because Fnow I've foundDm7 you I'm Gm7never letting go.C
No, nowF I've foundDm7 you, I'm Gm7never Cletting go F
Dm7 Gm7 (Cmissing you)
FI've been Dm7missing you Gm7 (Cmissing you)
several times


Blowing in the wind
Bob Dylan


CHow many Froads must a Cman Emwalk Amdown
CBefore you can Fcall him a G7man?
CHow many Fseas must a Cwhite Emdove Amsail
CBefore she Fsleeps in the G7sand?
And Chow many Ftimes must the Ccannonballs Amfly
CBefore they've foFrever G7banned?


The Dmanswer my G7friend is Cblowing E7in the Amwind
The Fanswer is G7blowing in the Cwind.


CHow many Fyears can a CmounEmtain Amexist
CBefore it is Fwashed to the G7sea?
CHow many Fyears can some CpeoEmple Amexist
CBefore they're Fallowed to be G7free?
And Chow many Ftimes can a Cman turn his Amhead
CPretending he Fjust doesn't G7see?

Chorus

CHow many Ftimes must a Cman Emlook Amup
CBefore he can Fsee the G7sky?
CHow many Fears must Cone Emman Amhave
CBefore he can Fhear the people G7cry?
CHow many Fwars will it Ctake till he Amlearns
Cthat too many Fpeople have G7died.

Chorus

Eternal Flame
The Bangles


{sot}
G Gsus4 G Gsus4
e|--------------------------|--------------------------|
b|--0-----0-----1-----1-----|--0-----0-----1-----0-----|
g|--0-----0-----0-----0-----|--0-----0-----0-----0-----|
d|-----0-----0-----0-----0--|-----0-----0-----0--2^0---|
a|--------------------------|------------------------2-|
e|--------------------------|--------------------------|
{eot}


GClose your Em7eyes, Cgive me your handD, darling.G
Do you Em7feel my heart Cbeating,
Ddo you understEmand?
Do you B7feel the sameEm7?
A7Am I only drDeamBm7ing, or
Am7is this burning an eternal flame?


GI believEm7e, it's mCeant to beD, darling.G
I watch you whEm7en you are sleepCing,
yDou belong to me.Em
Do you fB7eel the same?Em7
A7Am I only drDeamBm7ing, or
Am7is this burning an eternal flame?

DSay my Dm7namG/De, sun shines through the rainD,
a whole Flife so lGonely and then cCome and eG/Base the pAm7ain.
DI don't wBm7anna lose this fFeeCling, oDsus4h

D Em B7 Em A7 D Bm7 Am7 D

GClose your Em7eyes, Cgive me your handD, darling.G
Do you Em7feel my heart beatCing,
Ddo you understand?Em
Do you B7feel the sEm7ame?
A7Am I only DdreamBm7ing, or
Am7is this burning an eternal flame?


Chorus
Chorus

Room with a View
Tony Carey


{sot}
F#m A F#m A E
e|---------|-2-----4^2--|-0------0-|-2-----4^2-|-0------------|-------|------------|
b|-------5-|-2----------|-2----2---|-2---------|-2----2^0---0-|-------|-0----------|
g|---5s6---|-2----------|-2--------|-2---------|-2--------2---|-1-----|-1----1-----|
d|---------|------------|----------|-----------|--------------|-2-----|-2------4-2-|
a|---------|------------|-0--0-----|-----------|-0--0---------|-------|------------|
e|---------|-2--2-------|----------|-2--2------|--------------|-0--0--|-0--0-------|

F#m E F#m E F#m F#m
e|-2-------|------------|-2--------|------------|-2---0-----------|--2-------------|
b|-2-----2-|-0----------|-2-----2--|------------|---2---0-2---0---|--2-------------|
g|-2-------|-1----1-----|-2--------|-1----1-----|-----------2---1-|--2-------------|
d|---------|-2------4-2-|----------|-2------4-2-|-----------------|--4-------------|
a|---------|------------|----------|------------|-----------------|--4-------------|
e|-2--2----|-0--0-------|-2--2-----|-0--0-------|-2---------------|--2-------------|
{eot}

WF#mell he used to be a tAailor sF#mewed those suits so fAine,
And he nEever heard of failure and he nF#mever tasted wEine.
And he F#mused to be a lAeader when he hF#mad someone to lAead,
And he Eused to be a father when he hF#mad some mouths to fEeed,
When he hF#mad some mouths to feed.

And they sDay it never rAains in L.A. county
It gets cC#mold enough to wish you had a fDew.
And he laughs tonight and says: "I fin'lly fEound me
A room with a vF#miew, E how about yF#mou?"

And he was living in a cAastle that he bF#muilt with his own hAands
Out of newEspaper and carboard he was lF#miving off the lEand.
He was liF#mving off the lEand, he was lF#miving off the land
8 Takte F#m
Room with a view E C#m E

And they sDay it never rAains in L.A. county
It gets cC#mold enough to wish you had a fDew.
And he laughs tonight and says: "I fin'lly fEound me
A room with a vF#miew, E how about yF#mou?"

F#m A F#m A E F#m

What's a Woman
Vaya Con Dios


slide from G->Gb and from Em->Ebm/E

G1 Gb G1 Em Ebm/E Em G1 Gb G1 Em Ebm/E Em
What's a woman when a mG1an Gb G1 don't stand by her sEmide? Ebm/E Em
What's a woman when a mG1an Gb G1 has secrets to hEmide? Ebm/E Em
She'll be wAm7eak, she'll be strD7ong, strugglAm7e hard for so lDong
What's a woman when a mG1an Gb G1 don't go by the rEmule? Ebm/E Em
What's a woman when a mG1an Gb G1 makes her feel like fEmool? Ebm/E Em

When rAm7ight turns to wrD7ong she willAm7 try to hold Don
to the ghosts of the pG1astGb G1 when love was to lEmast.Ebm/E Em
Dreams from the pG1astGb G1 faded so fEmast.Ebm/E Em

All alAm7one in the dD7ark she willAm7 swear he'll never mislead her agG1ain.Gb G1 Em Ebm/E Em

G1 Gb G1 Em Ebm/E Em G1 Gb G1 Am D Am D Am
DAll those dreams from the pG1astGb G1 faded so fEmast.Ebm/E Em
Ghosts of the pG1astGb G1 when love was to lEmast.Ebm/E Em
All alAmone in the dDark she will swAmear cross her hDeart:
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em
Never agG1ain.Gb G1 Cross my hEmeart.Ebm/E Em

Dust in the Wind
Kansas



C Cmaj7 Cadd9 C Amsus2 Amsus4 Am Amsus2
Cadd9 C Cmaj7 Cadd9 Am Amsus2 Amsus4 Am

G/BIC cloG/Bse mAmy eyes, Gonly for a mDm7oment, and the mAmoment's gone .G/B..
CAll G/Bmy Amdreams Gpass before my Dm7eyes, a curiAmosity

D7/F#Dust iGn the WAmindAm/G. D7/F#All they are is Gdust in the Amwind. G/B

CSame G/Bold Amsong, Gjust a drop of Dm7water in an Amendless sea.G/B
CAll G/Bwe Amdo crGumbles to the grDm7ound though we refAmuse to see.

D7/F#Dust iGn the wAmind Am/G D7/F#All we are is Gdust in the wAmind. Am
FOh. ho, F/Aho Am G F F Am G F F

C Cmaj7 Cadd9 C Amsus2 Am Amsus4 Amsus2
Cadd9 C Cmaj7 Cadd9 Am Amsus2 Amsus4 Am

G/BNow Cdon't G/Bhang Amon, Gnothing lasts forDm7ever but the Amearth and sky.
G/BIt Cslips G/Ba - Amway, and Gall your money Dm7won't another Amminute buy.
D7/F#Dust Gin the Amwind. Am/G
D7/F#All we are is Gdust in the Amwind. D7/F#Dust G in the wAmind.
All we are is dust in the wind
D7/F#Everything is Gdust in the Amwind.
Everything is dust in the wind
Amsus2 Amsus4 Am Amsus2 Amsus4


Nothing Else Matters
Metallica


EmSo close no matter Dhow farC, EmCouldn't be much more Dfrom the heartC
EmForever trusting Dwho we areC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters

EmNever opened myDself this wayC, EmLife is ours, we live it Dour wayC
EmAll these words I don't Djust sayC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters

EmTrust I seek and Dfind in youC, EmEvery day for us Dsomething newC
EmOpen mind for a Ddifferent viewC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters


C A D Never cared for what they Cdo
A D Never cared for what they Cknow
A D But I Emknow


EmSo close no matter Dhow farC, EmCouldn't be much more Dfrom the heartC
EmForever trusting Dwho we areC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters

Chorus

EmNever opened myDself this wayC, EmLife is ours, we live it Dour wayC
EmAll these words I don't Djust sayC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters

EmTrust I seek and Dfind in youC, EmEvery day for us Dsomething newC
EmOpen mind for a Ddifferent viewC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters


C A D Never cared for what they Csay
A D Never cared for what they Cplay
A D Never cared for what they Cdo
A D Never cared for what they Cknow
A D But I Emknow


EmSo close no matter Dhow farC, EmCouldn't be much more Dfrom the heartC
EmForever trusting Dwho we areC, GAnd Bnothing else Emmatters

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