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Which Way Your Heart Will Go chords – Mason Jennings

 Which Way Your Heart Will Go
By: Mason Jennings

The original version of this song is played with your guitar tuned a half step down, but for ease of play
this version is played on Capo 6 with standard tuning. Chords based off of Cobbs21206's version.

STANDARD TUNING CAPO 6

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INTRO: {  Em D C Am G D C  } x2

VERSE 1:
 Em D C Am 
   Little airplane in the sky
 G D C 
   You point up at it
 Em D C Am 
   I watch your face as you watch it go by
 G D C 
   Everything is perfect


CHORUS:
 Am D 
   Where would I be right now
 G D C 
   If all my dreams had come true
 Am D 
   Deep down I know some how
 G D C 
I'd have never seen your face
 G D C Am 
   This world would be a different place
 G D C Am 
   Darling there's no way to know
                   C 
   Which way your heart will go


 Em D C Am G D C 


VERSE 2:
 Em D C Am 
   Summer sun on a sandy smile
 G D C 
   Silver swing set shining
 Em D C Am 
   How can life feel so alive
 G D C 
   And still feel like dying


CHORUS:
 Am D 
   Where would I be right now
 G D C 
   If all my dreams had come true
 Am D 
   Deep down I know some how
 G D C 
I'd have never seen your face
 G D C Am 
   This world would be a different place
 G D C Am 
   Darling there's no way to know
                   C 
   Which way your heart will go


{  Em D C Am G D C  } x 2


VERSE 3:
 Em D C Am 
   A stack of books beside our bed
 G D C 
   Living out of boxes
 Em D C Am 
   Why does the empty space fill with dread
 G D C 
   Why does change still shock us


CHORUS:
 Am D 
   Where would we be right now
 G D C 
   If all our dreams had come true
 Am D 
   Deep down I know some how
 G D C 
I'd have never seen your face
 G D C Am 
   This world would be a different place
 G D C Am 
   Darling there's no way to know
 D C Am 
   Which way your heart will go
 D C Am 
   Which way your heart will go

END:  D C G

Rose In Paradise chords – Waylon Jennings

 Intro:  D C G D 
Verse 1
 D C 
She was a flower for the takin'
 G D 
Her beauty cut just like a knife.
 D C     
He was a banker from Macon. 
 G D 
He swore he'd love her all his life.

Verse 2
 D C 
He bought her a mansion on a mountain,
 G D  
With a floral garden and a lot of land.
 D C 
But paradise became her prison
 G D 
That Georgia banker was a jealous man

Chorus
 Bm G 
And every time he talked about her
 Bm G A 
You could see the fire in his eyes  

...and he'd say...

 D C 
I would walk through hell on Sunday
 G D 
To keep my rose in paradise

Verse 3
 D C 
He hired a man to tend the garden
 G D 
Keep an eye on her while he was gone
 D C 
Some say they ran away together
 G D 
Some say that gardener left alone

Verse 4
 D C 
Now that banker is an old man
 G D 
That mansions crumblin' down
 D C 
He sits all day and stares at the garden
 G D 
Not a trace of her was ever found

Chorus
 Bm G 
And every time he talked about her
 Bm G A 
You could see the fire in his eyes  

...and he'd say...

 D C 
I would walk through hell on Sunday
 G D 
To keep my rose in paradise

Verse 5
 D C 
Now there's a rose out in the garden
 G D 
It's beauty cuts just like a knife
 D C 
Some say it even grows in the winter time
 G D 
And blooms in the dead of the night 

Outro:  D C G D  X 4 and fade

Thats What You Get For Lovin Me chords – Waylon Jennings

 Waylon Jennings: (That's What You Get) For Lovin' Me

Original version is by Gordon Lightfoot, but Jennings' uses different chords so here they are


   D G 
That's what you get for loving me
   D G A 
That's what you get for loving me---
   G E A 
Everything we had is gone, you can see
    D G 
That's what you get for loving me


   D G 
Now don't you shed a tear for me
   D G A 
I ain't the love you thought I'd be---
   G E 
I've had a hundred just like you
              A D G                 
But don't be blue I'll have a thousand before I'm through


    D G 
That's what you get for loving me
   D G A 
That's what you get for loving me---
   G E A 
Everything we had is gone, you can see
    D G 
That's what you get for loving me


   D G 
Now there you go, you're cryin' again
   D G A 
You should have known how things would end---
   G E A 
But then some day when your poor heart is on the mend
   D G    
I just might pass this way again


    D G 
That's what you get for loving me
   D G A 
That's what you get for loving me---
   G E A 
Everything we had is gone, you can see
    D G 
That's what you get for loving me

   D G 
That's what you get for loving me
   D G A 
That's what you get for loving me---
   G E A 
Everything we had is gone, you can see
    D G 
That's what you get for loving me

Ulysses chords – Mason Jennings

 Ulysses - Mason Jennings - Capo IV 
 Dylan Davis 

 Em G D G 
I went in to twelve bookstores looking for Ulysses
 Em G D G 
Motherwell led me to believe all my questions would be answered
 Em G D G 
Now I have it here sitting on the table
 Em G D G 
Another word for the universe

 Em - G - D - G Em G D G 
Loose green tea and a bonsai tree, an underground apartment
 Em G D G 
Check my e-mail and wash my clothes while my rice is cooking
 Em G D G 
Oh Jesus Christ, how I hate making phonecalls
 Em G D G 
So I lead a lonely life

 Em - G - D - G  (2x)

 Em G D G 
A waterfall from a higher place told me all about you
 Em G D G 
The funeral of the man I was told me not to doubt you
 Em G D G 
Oh what we could do with your dress up round your shoulders
 Em G D G 
We could leave all our fear behind

 Em - G - D - G  (4x)
Boo-dah...

 Em G D G 
I went in to the liquor store looking for a bottle
 Em G D G 
Of my favorite bombay gin, the answer to my problems
 Em G D G 
But to my delight the bottles were all taken
 Em G D G 
Ah yeah, another hero's night

 Em - G - D - G  (4x)
Boo-dah...

Lonely Street chords – Mason Jennings

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                       LONELY STREET - Mason Jennings
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Tuning: Half-Step Down


 A F#m 
Good bye century girl
 D        
You said you were leaving
 E 
I didn't believe ya
 A F#m 
Good bye things that don't change
 D 
Waking in the morning
 E 
What we've been ignoring

 C#m Bm 
When the dark gets filled up with thunder
 C#m Bm 
Rain's gon-na come down
 C#m Bm 
When your heart gets cold in the temple
 C#m D 
It starts looking around

 Bm 
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 Bm 
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 E E7 
Don't it taste so sweet

  A F#m 
Good bye century girl
 D 
You said you were leaving
 E 
I didn't believe ya
 A F#m 
Good bye Hollywood strange
 D 
Looking out the window
 E 
Thinking no comprendo

 C#m Bm 
When the dark gets filled up with thunder
 C#m Bm 
Rain's gon-na come down
 C#m Bm 
When your heart gets cold in the temple
 C#m D 
It starts looking around

 Bm 
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 Bm 
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 E E7 F#m 
Don't it taste so sweet

 F#m E F#m 
All the little girls on the lonely street
 F#m E F#m 
Love to hear the drummer when he plays that beat
 A E 
Down on lonely street
 F#m D 
When he plays that beat
 A E 
When he plays that beat
 F#m D 
Down on lonely street
 D E E7 
They say oh, oh drummer boy

 A *         F#m *                  *=single strum
Good bye century girl
 D *
You said you were leaving
 E *
I didn't believe ya
 A F#m 
Good bye things that don't change
 D 
Waking in the morning
 E 
What we've been ignoring

 C#m Bm 
When the dark gets filled up with thunder
 C#m Bm 
Rain's gon-na come down
 C#m Bm 
When your heart gets cold in the temple
 C#m D 
It starts looking around

 Bm 
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 Bm            
Look what we found, look what we found, look what we found honey
 E 
Don't it taste so sweet
 E E7 F#m 
Don't it taste so sweet

Belle Of The Ball chords – Waylon Jennings V2

 I like to put this song in drop D and use it as a bass note to ring out through the long 
lines of the chorus and verses. Play the G and A like a barre chord without the barre 
and mute the open D.

          D G D 
        A vagabond dreamer, a rhymer and singer of songs
                                G D 
        Singing to no one and nowhere to really belong
                                    G D 
        I met a beautiful lady, a pure Southern belle of the ball
                                    G A 
        Like Scarlet O'Hara loved no one and wanted them all


Chorus:
         G D 
        I'll never forget you and love you inspite of your faults
                                 G D 
        The good and the bad I want to remember it all
                                   G D 
        I did a new dance and you did your Tennessee Waltz
                                   G 
        The party's all over I came uninvited
               D A G 
        I'm leaving and taking the belle of the ball


          D G D 
        There will always be someone I guess that's the way it should be
                                    G D 
        I guess i should know that someone used to be me
                                         G D 
        They'll gather around her soon they'll all look the same
                                      G A 
        At the feet of the lady are lover's without any names


Chorus
         G D 
        I'll never forget you and love you inspite of your faults
                                 G D 
        The good and the bad I want to remember it all
                                   G D 
        I did a new dance and you did your Tennessee Waltz
                                   G 
        The party's all over I came uninvited
               D A G 
        I'm leaving and taking the belle of the ball