Note: The chord pattern is the same throughout the song, but for the second D, I slide the previous C
      up 2 frets to and let the G and High E strings ring making it a Dadd4add9. A regular D works, 
      but the Dadd4add9 makes it sound a bit more haunting

[Intro]

 Em D C D Em D C D 


[Verse 1]

             Em D C D 
There was a man named Jim who walked everywhere he went
                Em D C D  
Cause he could never quite seem to keep his mind on the road
             Em D C D 
One day it occurred to Jim that he'd taken a wrong turn
              Em D C D 
Cause he was standing in a place he didn't know


[Verse 2]

     Em D C D 
Jim spun on his heels thinking he's backtrack for a while
     Em D C D 
But before he knew it the sun was sinking
         Em D   
And the landscape in the dark
          C D Em D 
Well, it could have been New Zealand or New York or New Mexico
         C D 
So what else is new, Jim was thinking


[Verse 3]

                   Em D C D 
Because see for a while now Jim felt like things were changing for him
          Em D C D 
Like the skin of the earth was stretching or the continents were adrift
            Em D C D 
Jim didn't know if it was so or if it was just him although
       Em D C D 
He suspected that it was a bit of both he was dealing with


[Chorus]

       Em D C D 
And I feel like I'm tripping
       Em D C D 
And I feel my steps slipping today
          Em D C D 
Feel the winds of time whipping my coat around my legs
       Em D C D Em    
And I feel about a million miles away
 D C D Em D C D 


[Verse 4]

      Em D C D 
Dawn broke, Jim awoke, he'd been sleeping on his feet
        Em D C D 
It was morning now but a densely foggy day
      Em D C D 
Jim decided he'd just sit and wait for the fog to lift
             Em D C D  
But when it didn't he started up again anyway


[Verse 5]

                       Em D C     
Man, this is like the blind leading the blind, Jim thought
            D Em D C D 
About that time down the road came this seeing-eye dog
        Em D C D   
It was well-fed and had a collar but no matter how loud Jim hollered
                  Em D C D 
There wasn't any answer, so he walked on through the fog


[Verse 6]

              Em D C D 
Alright, I'm lost, Jim said aloud although a bit begrudgingly
                   Em D C D 
Like things might change in light of this confession
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