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This Old House chords – Madrugada Vsion 3

 Intro:  C#m A E  (x4)


 C#m A E 
How come the stars they shine so bright
 C#m A E 
Here in this night it will not end
 C#m A E   
There's a boy and a girl Who know all the wrong words
 C#m A E 
And you and I need no more

 F#m A E 
It's so good to be alone with you
 F#m A E 
It's so good to be open eyed
 F#m A E 
They won't know us anymore when we
 F#m A H 
Once we step back in to This old house

 A E H 
In this old house Where every door is open
 A E H 
Well listen real close This old house
 A E H A 
In this old house We know there's more to this than there
                    E H 
The nation of the two In this old house

 C#m A E  (x2)

 C#m A E 
This old house is where we Consider it gone and the same
 C#m A E 
Now there were days when we would thought Those guiding stars would shine no more
 C#m A E 
Oh it's all right when we We just don't talk it over
 C#m A E 
State of rest and the state in despair


 F#m A E 
It's so good to be alone with you
 F#m A E 
It's so good to be open eyed
 F#m A E 
And they won't know us anymore when we
 F#m A H 
Once we step back in to oh This old house


 A E H 
In this old house Where every door is open
 A E H 
We'll take it real slow In this old house
 A E H A 
In this old house We know there's more to this than there
         E H 
Never leave This old house
 A E H A 
Oh in this old house We know there's more to this than there
         E H 
Never leave This old house

 A E H 
Oh in this old house this old
                                     A 
We know there's more to this than there
               E H 
We'll never leave This old house


Snapback chords – Old Dominion

 Snapback- Old Dominion
***Capo 3***


[Verse 1]
 D A 
Strictly outta curiosity
 A Em 
What would happen if you got with me?
 Em G 
Kissing you would hit the spot with me
 G 
Come on skip a couple rocks with me

[Pre-Chorus]
 D A 
Give me any of your heart tonight
 A Em 
Ain't no reason that we need to be apart tonight
 Em G 
I got something we can start tonight
 G D 
Looking at you girl, it's hard to fight

[Chorus]
 D A 
Those stars need to be wished on
 A Em 
Your skin needs to be kissed on
 Em G 
My eyes baby, they're fixed on you
 G D 
In your snapback
 D A 
T-shirt of your favourite rock band
 A Em 
Checking your makeup in my Ray Bans
 Em G 
Breaking hearts like only you can
 G 
In your snapback
 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

[Verse 2]
 D A 
Come on baby, shoot a smile at me
 A Em 
Midnight selfie on a balcony
 Em G 
A little something for my life screaming
 G G 
You're burning a hole in my pocket
 G  (once)                               D 
And we've got the beat, let's drop it

[Chorus]
 D A 
Those stars need to be wished on
 A Em 
Your skin needs to be kissed on
 Em G 
My eyes baby, they're fixed on you
 G D 
In your snapback
 D A 
Tattoos, cut-offs, and converse
 A Em 
Singing along to the song with the wrong words
 Em G 
Every move you make baby it works
 G D 
In your snapback
 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

[Chorus] (Softly or Muted)
 D A 
Those stars need to be wished on
 A Em 
Your skin needs to be kissed on
 Em G 
My eyes baby, they're fixed on you
 G D 
In your snapback
 D A 
T-shirt of your favourite rock band
 A Em 
Checking your makeup in my Ray Bans
 Em G 
Breaking hearts like only you can
 G               
In your snapback
 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

[Outro]
 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

 D A 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 A Em 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 Em G 
Woah-oh-oh-oh
 G D 
In your snapback

Same Old Places chords – Glen Campbell

 Same Old Places 
Glen Campbell 
written by Glen Campbell

Intro   D 

Verse 1

          Bm D 
I always see her 
                 Bm D 
in the same ole places
        Bm Em F# Bm 
and it breaks my heart into
            F# Bm 
To see her smiling
             E G 
To see her laughing 
              Em D 
with someone new

Verse 2

           Bm D 
I'd give anything 
            Bm D 
to win her back again
       Bm Em F# Bm 
But I destroyed her love for me
             F# D 
Just like a crazy fool 
             Bm G 
I broke the sacred rule
                     Em G# D# 
And now, she's gone from me

Verse 3

            Cm D# 
And so you see me 
                 Cm D# 
at the same ole places
      Cm F G Cm           
Everywhere we used to go
            D# 
Oh how I'd give anything
            Cm G# 
To be with her again
                 D# 
at the same ole places (start Fadeing)

Anywhere we used to go 

I'd go with you

flyinglibra51
God Bless Glen Travis Campbell

If These Old Walls Could Speak chords – Glen Campbell

 If These Old Walls Could Speak
Glen Campbell
written by Jimmy Webb

Intro   F Bb F C F Bb F C 

Verse 1  

    Bb C Bb C F 
If these old walls, if these old walls could speak.
 Bb F C Dm F C Bb   
What a tale they have to tell, hard headed people raisin'hell
             C F Bb                 
A couple in love livin' week to week.
       C7 F Bb C       
Rooms full of laughter, if these  walls could speak.

Verse 2


 Bb C Bb C F         
If these old halls, if hallowed halls could talk.
 Bb F Dm F C Bb     
These would have a tale to tell, the sun goin' down and dinner bells.
              C F Bb         
And children playin' at hide and seek.
      C7 F Bb C Bb           
From floor to rafters, if these old Halls could speak.

Chorus 1

                     C F C Bb      
They would tell you that I'm sorry.
                        C F C Bb     
For bein' and cold and blind and weak.
                               Dm C Bb Gm   
They would tell you that it's only that I have a stubborn streak.
 Bb F       
If these walls could speak.


 F Bb C F Bb C  

Verse 3                                           

 Bb C Bb C F       
If these old fashion window panes were eyes.
   Bb F C Dm                
I guess they would have seen it all.
              F C Bb          
Each little tear in silence would fall.
            C F Bb        
And every dream that we came to seek,
    C7 F Bb C Bb 
Or followed after, if these old walls could speak.

Chorus 2

                      C F C Bb         
They would tell you that I owe you,
                    C F C             
More that I could ever pay.
  Bb Dm                             
Here's someone who really loves you,
            C Bb Gm Dm        
Don't ever go away.
        Gm F Bb F C Gm F   
That's what these walls would say.

flyinglibra51
God Bless Glen Travis Campbell

Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar chords – Doc Watson

 Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar - Doc Watson with Merle Watson

  Alton Delmore
Original key : D

From the 1965 album "Doc Watson & Son"
 
Chords
  D D7 Fdim G G7 A7 Bm 
EADGBe  EADGBe EADGBe  EADGBe  EADGBe  EADGBe  EADGBe  
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Fingering the Fdim corectly allows a simple slide down to the A7.

If you want to try the Fdim chord in other inversions a Fdim7 sounds OK.


Intro:

 D Fdim D Fdim D Fdim A7 D   

#1:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
I'm gonna lay down my old    gui-tar
 G D D7 
Gonna lay down my old gui-tar
   G D D/C# Bm    
I wish I could tie it to my    side
     D Fdim A7 D  
And take it along with me

#2:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
Lord, I'm sick in this lone-some bed
     G D D7 
I'm sick in this lonesome bed
         G D D/C# Bm    
There's no one to hold my ach-ing  head
          D Fdim A7 D  
Lord I'm sick in this lone-some bed

Instrumental (chords as per intro and verse):

 D Fdim D Fdim D Fdim A7 D D Fdim A7 D D7 G D D7 G D D/C# Bm D Fdim A7 D  

#3:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
There's no one to cry  for me   
         G D D7 
There's no one to cry for me
      G D D/C# Bm    
I've wandered so far away don't you see
     D Fdim A7 D  
For there's no one to cry  for me

#4:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
I'm gonna lay down my old    gui-tar
 G D D7 
Gonna lay down my old gui-tar
   G D D/C# Bm    
I wish I could tie it to my    side
     D Fdim A7 D  
And take it along with me

Instrumental (chords as per intro):

 D Fdim D Fdim D Fdim A7 D  

#5:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
I'm telling this world goodbye   
         G D D7 
I'm telling this world goodbye
      G D D/C# Bm    
I'm telling this world and my dear little girl
    D Fdim A7 D  
Lord, I'll soon tell them all  goodbye

#6:
 D Fdim A7 D D7 
I'm gonna lay down my old    gui-tar
 G D D7 
Gonna lay down my old gui-tar
   G D D/C# Bm    
I wish I could tie it to my    side
     D Fdim A7 D  
And take it along with me

Instrumental outro:

 D Fdim D Fdim D Fdim A7 D D7

An Old Fashioned Christmas chords – The Statler Brothers

 An Old Fashioned Christmas:The Statler Brothers.
Album - Christmas Present - #42 on BB Hot Country
on MERCURY Records in 1985.

INTRO:  D A D 

#1.
 D G D 
These city streets seem cold and hard to me.
 G D A7 
Life here in the fast lane ain't my cup of tea.
 D G D 
I can't get in the spirit here it seems.
            G D A7             
And when I go to sleep at night I often have 
      D D7 
this dream.

CHORUS:
       G A7 D     
Of an old fashioned Christmas with presents 
 A7 D 
round the tree.
   Bm E7 G A7 
A fire softly burning and you up close to me.
      G A7 D        
With friends and family stopping by to help us 
 A7 D 
share the cheer.
        G D A7                        
For an old fashioned Christmas I'll be comin' 
           D 
home this year.


INTERLUDE:  D G D A D 

#2.
                     G D 
The city lights are fading out of sight.
     G D A7 
The snow is softly fallin' through the winter 

night.
 D G D 
Comin' home again feels so good.
     G D A7                  
And once again Christmas feels just like it 
 D D7 
should.

CHORUS:
               G A7 D 
Let's have an old fashioned Christmas with presents
 A7 D 
round the tree.
   Bm E7 G A7 
A fire softly burning and you up close to me.
      G A7 D        
With friends and family stopping by to help us 
 A7 D 
share the cheer.
        G D A7                        
For an old fashioned Christmas I'll be comin' 
           D 
home this year.

OUTRO:
               G D 
Let's have an old fashioned Christmas, I'll be 
 A D 
comin' home this year.



An eighties smash from Kraziekhat.


Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Love chords – B.J. Thomas

 C G7 
We live in the modern age

       Em Am 
Where love is fast like a turning page

      Dm C 
In a magazine  we've hardly seen


                G7 
The friends we used to know

      Em Am 
They disappear they come and go

          Dm C 
Like the times we've had it's kind of sad


 Am Dm 
Whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would see you through

     F A# Dm G7 
The kind of love that my Momma and Daddy k--new

      Am Dm 
Yeah whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would last through the years

             F A# 
Through the trials through the smiles

             Dm G7 
Through the t--ears


 C G7 
Today  is all we've planned

    Em Am 
We say tomorrow we'll understand

       Dm C 
If it all should end  we'd be alone again


 Am Dm 
Whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would see you through

     F A# Dm G7 
The kind of love that my Momma and Daddy k--new

      Am Dm 
Yeah whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would last through the years

             F A# 
Through the trials through the smiles

             Dm G7 
Through the t--ears


 C G7 
For now the tenderness

     Em Am 
Has been replaced with something less

          Dm C 
And it's hard to find  what we left behind


 Am Dm 
Whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would see you through

     F A# Dm G7 
The kind of love that my Momma and Daddy k--new

      Am Dm 
Yeah whatever happened to old fashioned love

     G7 C 
The kind that would last through the years

             F A# 
Through the trials through the smiles

             Dm G7 
Through the t--ears

Something Old Something New chords – Eddy Arnold

 C C7 
Something old something new 

           F 
Something borrowed and blue

        C 
That's all that remains
 
        D7 G7  
Of the memory of you


           C C7 
Something old is my love 

           F              
Since you found someone new

     C 
You borrow my heart 

     G7 C 
And left me so blue


           F 
Someone's lonesome 

        C 
No one cares
 
           G7         
Someone's heartaches 

 D7 G7       
No one shares


        C C7  
So I'm left all alone
 
            F            
With these memories of you

           C 
Something old something new 

           G7 C 
Something borrowed and blue  


        C C7  
So I'm left all alone 

            F            
With these memories of you

           C 
Something old something new 

           G7 C 
Something borrowed and blue

Old Friends chords – Bob Carpenter

 Old Friends
By Bob Carpenter

From Bob Carpenter's 1974 (released in 1984) country-folk album Silent Passage.
The beautiful backing vocals are of Emmylou Harris and Anne Murray.
Standard tuning EADGBE

Capo IV
[Intro]

 Em 

[Verse 1]

 Em 
Old friends are cold and warm like oceans
                G/D 
And they turn when there’s a season
                  C 
And they learn when there’s a reason
          Em 
To be near


[Verse 2]

 Em 
And I could hardly stand the weather
                  G/D 
If I thought that I would never
                 C 
Have the comfort of my brothers 
               Em 
Through the years


[Chorus]               
                           D 
And if you lose your money well honey you know
            Em 
It’s the least of what you have
     D 
So believe in me you can take it or leave
                  C 
But you’ll never lose a friend
           B7 Em 
You’ll never lose a friend
 


[Verse 3]

 Em 
When you feel the fear arising
               G/D 
And the spirit in you hiding
                      C 
And there’s nobody there to care for you
                   Em 
When you’re down


[Verse 4]

 Em 
Heaven knows it’s just the weight of the load
               G/D 
And the changes in the way of the road
                    C 
So believe and what you need
                  Em 
Will come around



[Chorus]
                           D 
And if you lose your money well honey you know
            Em 
It’s the least of what you have
     D 
So believe in me you can take it or leave
                  C 
But you’ll never lose a friend
           B7 Em 
You’ll never lose a friend


 Em   /  G/D   /  C   /   Em   /
 Em  /  G/D   /  C   /  Em  /
 D  /  Em  /  D   /  C  /  B7  /  Em 


[Verse 5]

 Em 
Old friends are cold and warm like oceans
                G/D 
And they turn when there’s a season
                  C 
And they learn when there’s a reason
          Em 
To be near


[Verse 6]

 Em 
And I could hardly stand the weather
                  G/D 
If I thought that I would never
                 C 
Have the comfort of my brothers 
               Em 
Through the years


[Chorus]
                           D 
And if you lose your money well honey you know
            Em 
It’s the least of what you have
     D 
So believe in me you can take it or leave
                  C 
But you’ll never lose a friend
           B7 Em 
You’ll never lose a friend

 Em 


[End]

Old Wing Mouth chords – Glen Campbell

 Old Wing Mouth
Glen Campbell
written by Jimmy Webb

Intro   Cm D# Cm D# Cm 

Verse 1

 F Fm Cm G# Gm D# Cm 
Red mud thick as blood a curiosity of slaves
                          F Cm G# 
Old wing mouth dreams of Jesus
                                          Gm Cm 
he talks about  he talks about how Jesus saves

Pre-Chorus

                     G# 
He's coming back to scare ya 
       Cm G# Cm 
He'll be here, have no fear
                           G# Cm 
But I'll just hold on to this bottom land 'till God gets a here

Chorus 1

     D# Fm Cm              
Old wing mouth with his white straw hat and his sugar cane
     D# G# 
the devil will be loosed upon the Earth again
    D# G# 
Material possessions are the road to hell
               F Fm Cm G# Cm 
He came to do good and he did well


Verse 2

      F Fm Cm G# Bb Cm 
Dark skin woman friend the moon lights on her waves
                   F Fm G# Gm Cm 
he has not seen a woman ooh in a hundred an ninety days
                     G# Cm 
He's gonna love her forever
                         G# Cm 
He'll love her with his pain
                             G# 
You might say he's going to love her
       D# Cm 
'Till God comes back again

Chorus 2

     D# Cm 
Old wing mouth with his white straw hat and his sugar cane
     D# Cm 
The Devil will be loosed upon the Earth again
   D# Bb Gm G# Cm 
Material possessions are the road to hell
     G# Cm 
He came to do good  He did well

Outro

 Bb D# F Fm Cm 
Old wing mouth with his white straw hat and his sugar cane
      D# G# 
The Devil will be loosed upon the Earth again
 D# Dm Cm 
Material possessions are the road to hell
 G# Cm G# Cm 
He came to do good  He did well   So Well

flyinglibra51
God Bless Glen Travis Campbell

An Old Memory chords – Rhonda Vincent

 G C 
I thought I had driven you out of my mind

        G D7 
When I crossed that bridge on memory lane and burned it one last time

 G C 
I told myself it's over and I'm finally free

     D7 
But just when I thought I had buried your memory


It shows up just like a bad penny


 G C D7 
An old memory found its way back home again

 G C G D7 
Old feelings that I thought I'd lost have found their way back in

             G 
Like an old dog that you drop off just outside of town

 C 
Uninvited coming back anyhow

 G D7 G 
An old memory found its way back home again


                                   C 
I swept every room when I cleaned house

      G D7 
Tore up your old love letters and threw all of your pictures out

 G C 
But I can't throw away what I can't see

   D7 
I guess I fooled myself into believing forgetting you was gonna be easy


 G C D7 
An old memory found its way back home again

 G C G D7 
Old feelings that I thought I'd lost have found their way back in

             G 
Like an old dog that you drop off just outside of town

 C 
Uninvited coming back anyhow

 G D7 G 
An old memory found its way back home again


     C G 
Why can't I keep your memory away

      C A7 D7 
It's like a fire I can't put out a cold that I can't shake


 G C D7 
An old memory found its way back home again

 G C G D7 
Old feelings that I thought I'd lost have found their way back in

             G 
Like an old dog that you drop off just outside of town

 C 
Uninvited coming back anyhow

 G D7 G 
An old memory found its way back home again

  
 C G D7 G 
Yeah an old memory found it's way back home again

Old Flames chords – Frank Turner

 Old Flames by Frank Turner
 Ten for Ten

Notes!
-Slide up to the open A chords to be all bluesy like Frank (Listen to the track)
-The (*) mark means skip the chords and just walking down an open C to F like so
-0------1-
-1------1-
-0------2-
-2-0----3-
-3---3--3-
-0------1--
^The chords work, but it sounds clunky with full chords changes.
Plus thats how he does it in that one youtube video! You know the one!


This is the key for the youtube video I watched---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lkv6TsnmirU
So for the album recording you would capo on the 2nd fret.

Intro:

Slide up to A all bluesy like for beats 1-3 and then play D on beat 4
Repeat 4 times, and on the 5th measure ring G for two beats and then D for two beats.
Verse 1 starts on beat 1 of measure 6. Hope thats detailed enough.

Bluesy A Slide

     A A D 
e-0-0----0-0---0
B-1/2----1/2---3
G-1/2----1/2---2
D-1/2----1/2---0
A-0-0----0-0---0
E-0-0----0-0---x


 A A D A A D A A D A A D G D 

Frank Turner:
 A 
I went down to London Town to stay for the weekend
     D A 
I'd been to long out on the road I needed to catch up with my friends
       G A G A 
But I didn't expect to see you there and I didn't expect to care
             F#m E A Bm 
And I said, oh honey if I had known,
 F#m E A Bm 
How the weekend would go,
 F#m E A Bm 
Just how low I could go,
 D E A 
I would've stayed away



(Same chords as ^)
Billy the Kid:
 A 
I went back to town
Pack my things to say goodbye
     D A 
But I got talked in to going for a drink and one drink became a night
 G A G A 
If I'd know that you were 'round, I wouldn't have gone down
             F#m E A Bm 
And I said, oh honey if I could had seen,
 F#m E A Bm 
Where this weekend would lead,
 F#m E A Bm 
And seen the wreckage I'd leave,
 D E A 
I would've stayed away



Frank Turner:
 D 
And I always knew it was a bad idea
 A E 
And I always knew that I should just stay clear 

                             F#m E D 
I slipped up on a couple of months and a couple of beers

I'd like to fall in love again
 A E 
But we're no good at being friends
                                   F#m E         
It's just sex with the ex and the morning regrets 


     A D F 
But do you remember
      G C C/B F D 
Back when we were young and unformed
        A D F G C/G G F D 
It was all so much easier to give of yourself to fall in love, yeah





     A D F G C 
But as we get older and set in our ways
    C/B F 
We hide in our hearts 
 D 
But on nights like these 
        A D F 
It can seem so much simpler
    G C C/B Am G F G 
To simply forget why we ever grew apart



Billy the Kid:
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Old Time Rock N Roll chords – Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band

 Old Time Rock N Roll - Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band (1977)
Written By: George Jackson and Thomas Earl Jones, III.
Chorded By: Skidaddy, Esq., G.Q.

4/4 TIME @ 124 BPM (3 Min. 20 Sec.) in 'F'.

Chords Used:
-----------
             GUITAR             KEYBOARD
         E A C F B   e     Bass|  Chord
       ------------------    ---------------
F5   -  x  8 10 10  x  x      F    F-C-F
Eb5  -  x  6  8  8  x  x      Eb   Eb-Bb-Eb
D5   -  x  5  7  7  x  x      D    D-A-D
C5   -  x  3  5  5  x  x      C    C-G-C
NC   -  NO CHORD
F    -  1  3  3  2  1  1      F    F-A-C
Bb   -  x  1  3  3  3  1      Bb   F-Bb-D
C    -  x  3  2  0  1  0      C    G-C-E

INTRO: [4 M]
-----

 1 2 3+   4  + …
| F5 Eb5 D5 C5 |NC      | F5 Eb5 D5 C5 |NC                            |
                                         Just take those old… re-cords

VERSE #1: [8 M]
--------

| F                  |…                           | Bb              |
 off… the shelf…     I'll sit and lis-ten to 'em by… my-self…

| Bb                       | C                     |…                      |
  To-day's… mu-sic ain't… got the same… soul…    I like that old… time…

| F                  |…                         |
 rock and… roll…     Don't try to take me to a

VERSE #2: [8 M]
--------

| F             |…                          | Bb                   |
 dis-… co…      You'll nev-er e-ven get me out on the floor…

| Bb                        | C                     |…                         |
  In ten… min-utes I'll be late for the door…     Start play-in' old… time…

| F                  | C                           |
 rock and… roll…     Still like that old… time…

CHORUS #1: [8 M]
---------

| F                  |…                        | Bb                    |
 rock and… roll…     The kind of mu-sic just… soothes… the soul…

| Bb                        | C                |…                     |
  I rem-i-nisce a-bout the days… of old…     with that old…  time…

| F                  |…       |
 rock and… roll…

GUITAR SOLO: [8 M] Play 'VERSE #2' Chord Pattern -
-----------

| F        |…       | Bb       |…       | C        |…       |


| F        | C                            |
           Won't go to hear 'em play a

VERSE #3: [8 M]
--------

| F              |…                              | Bb                  |
 tan-… go,…      I'd rath-er hear some blues or funk-y old… soul…

| Bb                             | C                 |…                         |
  There's on-ly one sure way to get me to go,…     start play-in' old… time…

| F                  |…                         |
 rock and… roll…     Call me a re-lic, call me

VERSE #4: [8 M]
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| F                  |…                               | Bb                 |
 what… you will…     Say I'm old-fash-ioned, say I'm o-ver the hill…

| Bb                       | C                     |…                      |
  To-day's… mu-sic ain't… got the same… soul…    I like that old… time…

| F                  | C                           |
 rock and… roll…     Still like that old… time…

CHORUS #2: [8 M]
---------

| F                  |…                        | Bb                    |
 rock and… roll…     The kind of mu-sic just… soothes… the soul…

| Bb                        | C                |…                     |
  I rem-i-nisce a-bout the days…

Vulcan Death Grip Tabs – Old Gray

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                             OLD GRAY - Vulcan Death Grip
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: Mike


Tuning: FACGCE
Guitar One (Cam)
Intro + verse
Strum these chords
e|-3---5---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0---4---7--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-3---0---8--------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-2---4---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Also throw in these little bits in the intro
e|-7---5---3--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-0---0---0--------------------------------------------------------------------|


"Well look at us nowwww"
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------0h2p0-------------0h2p0--------|
A|-------------0h2p4---------------0-0-0-0h2h3------0-0-0-0h2h3--------------|
E|-0-0-0-0h2h4-------0-0-0-0h2h4---------------------------------------------|
^same thing throughout the bridge with the little caesura for "i don't know where i am..."

"MAYBE SOMEDAY YOU WILL LOVE ME" (strummed)
e|-0----0----0------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0----0----0------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-0----9----0------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-7----0----0------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-8----0----3------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-0----7----2------------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar Two (Raph)
Intro is the same as guitar one, so here's the verse lead part
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------12h14p12---------------------|
G|-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-7-7-7-7-7-7-7h9-5-12-12-12-12-12-12-12h14--------14-12----------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bridge
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------7--------------------------------------------------|
G|-9-9-9-9---9-9-9-9---7-7-7-7p5--777---------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Before "maybe someday you will love me"
e|---0-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----0----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----0---------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----

My Names Sorrow chords – Good Old War

 e|-----|--------------------------|
B|-1p0-|-3------------------1-0---|
G|-----|------0---0-----0--2----2-|
D|-----|--------------4-----------|
A|-----|--------------------------|
E|-----|--------------------------|

 G Em 
Follow me back like a ride on a train 
 Am D 
Make it hard to remember the cold 
 G Em 
Take care of your money and stay out of the rain
 Am D 
Your bones could give out when you're old 
 G Em 
I get more of a feeling from words that have truth 
   Am D 
A feeling like something is wrong 

e|------------------|-2--------------------|
B|-0---3---1---0----|-3------3------5------|
G|-0---4---2---0----|--------4------5------|
D|------------------|---------------5------|
A|------------------|----------------------|
E|------------------|----------------------|

Let the door slide open, let the sunlight in

 G Am D G 
Call my name girl, Sorrow


 G Em 
All of the times that I heard you sing 
 Am D 
I hoped there parts there for me
 G Em 
I'd sing all the notes that stay out of your way
 Am D 
We can let all those melodies free 
 G Em 
I think I was meant for an uglier time 
    Am D 
My harmony's all out of tune 

e|------------------|-2--------------------|
B|-0---3---1---0----|-3------3------5------|
G|-0---4---2---0----|--------4------5------|
D|------------------|---------------5------|
A|------------------|----------------------|
E|------------------|----------------------|
Let the verse slide over let the chorus in

 G Am D G 
Call my name girl, Sorrow


 G Am Em C 
We'll be out of the dark when the seasons pass
 G Am D 
But you have to live now or you won't
 G Am Em C  
Put your gloves on your hands, wear your winter skin
 G Am D 
Cause it's over before you say August
 G Am D 
All your friends will await your return

e|------------------|-2--------------------|
B|-0---3---1---0----|-3------3------5------|
G|-0---4---2---0----|--------4------5------|
D|------------------|---------------5------|
A|------------------|----------------------|
E|------------------|----------------------|

With the car doors open and the radio on 
 G Am D G 
Call my name girl, Sorrow

Sorrow oooo

In Old Mexico chords – Tom Lehrer

 In old Mexico
by Tom Lehrer

           D Fdim A7 
When it's fiesta time in Guada-lajara,

Then I long to be back once again
        A9+5 D 
In old Mexi-co.
                      F#m 
Where we lived for today,
       Am/C B7 Em 
Never giving a thought to tomara.
                         D 
To the strumming of gui-tars,
                     A7 
In a hundred grubby bars
                      D    
I would whisper "te amo."

 D7 G D 
The mari-achis would sere-nade,
          A7 D 
And they would not shut up till they were paid.
 D7 G D 
We ate, we drank, and we were merry,
            A7 D 
And we got typhoid and dysen-tery.

 E7 Am G 
But best of all, we went to the plaza de toros.
                              F 
Now whenever I start feeling morose,
                            E7 F 
I revive by recalling that scene.
 E7 Am G 
And names like belmonte, dominguin, and mano-lete,
                            F 
If I live to a hundred and eighty,
                                E 
I shall never forget what they mean.

 A GM A 

ALTERNATE CHORDS BACK AND FORTH FOR THIS SPOKE PART
 D Eb D Eb 
(for there is surely nothing more beautiful in this

World than the sight of a lone man facing singlehandedly

A half a ton of angry pot roast!)

 D Eb 
Out came the matador,
     D Eb 
Who must have been potted or
 D Eb D Eb/A D Eb/A D Eb/A D           
Slightly in-sane, but who looked rather bored.
                      Eb 
Then the picadors of course,
      D Eb 
Each one on his horse,
   D Eb D Eb/A D Eb/A D Eb/A 
I shouted "ole!" ev'ry time one was gored.

   G D 
I cheered at the bandil-leros' display,
         A7 D 
As they stuck the bull in their own clever way,
     G D F#m7 B7 
For I hadn't had so much fun since the day
    Em A7 
My brother's dog rover
         D Eb 
Got run over.

ALTERNATE CHORDS ON THIS SPOKEN PART
 D Eb D Eb D 
(rover was killed by a pontiac. and it was done with

Such grace and artistry that the witnesses awarded the

Driver both ears and the tail - but I digress.)

     D Eb 
The moment had come,
    D Eb 
I swallowed my gum,
    D Eb D Eb D Eb D Eb D 
We knew there'd be blood on the sand pretty soon.
     D Eb 
The crowd held it's breath,
 D Eb 
Hoping that death
       D Eb D Eb D Eb D Eb D 
Would brighten an otherwise dull after-noon.

 D7 G D 
At last, the matador did what we wanted him to.
    A7 D  
He raised his sword and his aim was true.
 D7 G D B7 
In that moment of truth I suddenly knew
      Em A7

The Old Dope Peddler chords – Tom Lehrer

 The Old Dope Peddler
by Tom Lehrer

          C Bb7 A7 
When the shades of night are falling,
         Dm G7 C 
Comes a fellow ev'ryone knows,
          C#dim Dm 
It's the old dope peddler,
           C G7 C G7    c    G7 
Spreading joy wherever he goes.
       C Bb7 A7 
Ev'ry evening you will find him,
   Dm G7 C 
A-round our neighborhood.
          C#dim Dm 
It's the old dope peddler
      C       G7    c    c7
Doing well by doing good.

    F Em 
He gives the kids free samples,
    Dm C 
Be-cause he knows full well
         Dm G7 A7  
That to-day's young innocent faces
            D7 Dm7 G7 
Will be to-morrow's clientele.
          C Bb7 A7 
Here's a cure for all your troubles,
           Dm G7 C 
Here's an end to all dis-tress.
              C#dim Dm 
It's the old dope peddler
          C G7 C 
With his powdered ha-happiness.


Harbor Drive Hookup – That Old Plow chords

 That Old Plow, Written by Harbor Drive Hookup

INTRO
 G C Em D 

VERSE 01
 G 
I had no luck at deer camp
     C 
Not feelin' all that proud
      Em 
They said the storms a comin'
       D 
So we headed back to St Cloud
           G 
They said 14 inches comin'
          C 
Well I'd heard it all before
          Em 
But When all was said and done
         D 
I could barely open the door

CHORUS
         G 
And the snow fell down
        Bm 
And it blanketed the ground
     C 
You know it didn't stop
             D 
Till it had covered the whole town
          G 
Still we stay in Minnesota
    Bm 
At least that's what we vow
 C 
So break out the shovels
     D 
And send in that old plow

 G C Em D 

VERSE 02
 G C Em D 
That old plow she's rusty
but she always gets it done
Plowin' night and day
Under moonlight or the sun
That old plow she's trusty
She never fails to run
All the children wave
as they play and have their fun

CHORUS

SOLO
 G C Em D  x2 

CHORUS

Old Grunge chords – Beans On Toast

 Capo 2

Verse (single strum)

 G C 
I used to play in a grunge band when I was seventeen
 D G 
I had a Fender Mustang and a pair of ripped up jeans
We used to play the army and navy we did shit loads of gigs
We got a bit of a following back in sunny old Essex
Well it wasnt quite Seattle but we thought that it was cool
And I had a fucking great time throwing my guitar against a wall
Yeah I loved Nirvana in 1995
It had been about a year or so since Kurt Cobain had died
But history repeats itself and fashions turn around
And they've invented a genre called new grunge now
After new rave, new metal and even know folk
You can pigeon all the music but the music never stops

Chorus (short fast strums)

 G C 
You got Jazz, Soul, Ska Punk, Classical Guitar
 D G 
Hip-Hop, Electro, Drum and Bass, Bluegrass and Avant-garde
 G 
There's someone there to sing along
 C 
There'll be someone there to hum it
 D 
I don't think i've mentioned Reggae yet?
 G  (hold)
I fucking love it!

After Nirvana i started listening to Rap
I used to love Snoop Doggy Dog and The Wu Tang Clan
I think the first time I heard Techno I was into my late teens
I was at some rave in Luton on a really banging eve
And I'd dance all night to the music and then I would go home
I'd lie in bed the next day and listen to the Counting Crows
My mum raised me on the Beatles, suhe said Paul McCartney was god
So I learnt pretty early on the importance of a song
But history repeats itself and fashions turn around
Just look at Paul McCartney now

Oh You've got Rock n Pop, Rock n Roll, Rock and Rockabilly
You got Detroit House and Acid House, Britpop and Indie
There's someone there to sing along
There'll be someone there to hum it
I don't think i've mentioned Reggae yet?
I fucking love it!

You got Soul, Jazz, Ska Punk, Classical Guitar
Hip-Hop, Electro, Drum and Bass, Bluegrass and Avant-garde
There's someone there to sing along
There'll be someone there to hum it
I don't think i've mentioned Reggae yet?
I fucking love it!

End on G

Timebomb Tabs by Old 97s V2

 Timebomb
Old 97's
Too Far Too Care

All of the other tabs were either lacking severely or just confusing, so I made this.

Standard tuning version

The recording is tuned a whole step down.
This is presented in standard, but it's the same concert pitch as on the record.

Chords:
C   (x32010)
Am  (x02210)
F   (x3321x)
D7  (xx0212)

Intro riff:
E|----------------------------|
B|---------------------5------|
G|--5-555-7-5-5-5---55---7-5--|
D|----------------7-----------|
A|----------------------------|
E|----------------------------| x3
1st ending:
E|--------------------------------------------|
B|---------------6p5-----6p5-----6p5-----6-8--|
G|-5-555-7-5-5-5-----7p5-----7p5-----7p5------|
D|--------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|
2nd ending:
E|-------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------6p5-----6p5-----6p5-----6p5------|
G|--5-555-7-5-5-5-----7p5-----7p5-----7p5-----7p5--|
D|-------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------|

Solo:
E|-----------------------------------------------5------|
B|--------------6-5---10-8-------------------------8-5--|
G|--5-555-7-5-5-----7--------5-555-7-5-5-----5-7--------|
D|---------------------------------------5h7------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|

E|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------5------------------6p5-----6p5-----6p5-----6-8--|
G|--5-555-7-5-5-5---55---7-5--5-555-7-5-5-----7p5-----7p5-----7p5------|
D|----------------7----------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

Outro riff:
                   * ritard starts here on 4th time
E|--8-888-10-8-8-8----8-8-12-10-8--|
B|-----------------10--------------|
G|---------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------| x4



(Intro riff 1st ending)

C
I've got a timebomb
Am    F
In my mind, mom
C
I hear it ticking
      Am         F
But I don't know why
C
I call the police
Am             F
But they don't like me
C
I hear 'em whispering
    Am      F
When I walk by

(Refrain)
C   F   Am  D7
Oh, oh, oh, ooh
C   F   Am  D7
Oh, oh, oh, ooh

C
I've got a landmine
Am    F
In my bloodline
C
I'm not immune to gettin'
Am    F
Blown apart
C
She's like a claymore
Am                F
That's what she's there for
C
She's waitin' 'round here to get
Am    F
Blown apart

(Chorus)
C     F            Am
Ooh, ooh... havin' her on my brain's like gettin'
D7
Hit by a train
            C              F   C
She's gonna kill me, oh Celeste!
    Am    F
Oh Cele-e-e-este!
C      F   C
 Oh Celeste!
    Am    F
Oh Cele-e-e-este!
   C F Am D7
Oh Celeste

(Intro riff 2nd ending)

C
I've got a timebomb
Am    F
In my mind, mom
C
It's goin' off
      Am         F
But I don't know when
C
I need a doctor
Am        F
Ah, to extract her
C
I got a feelin' she'd get
Am         F
Right back in again

(Refrain)

C
I got a timebomb
Am    F
In my mind, mom
C
I got it badly
      Am           F
For a stick-legged girl
C
She's gonna kill me
      Am          F
And I don't mean softly
C
I got it badly
      Am           F
For a stick-legged girl

(Chorus)

(Solo)
(Outro riff)
End on C.