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Wild Horses – Rolling Stones

Intro:
G  Am7  G  Gsus  Am7  G

   Bm         G   Gsus  Bm           G   Gsus

1.  Childhood living      is easy to do

   Am          G   C      D  G   Gsus        G     D  Dsus2  D  C

    The things you wanted    I   brought them  for you

   Bm         G    Gsus   Bm              G  Gsus

    Graceless lady         you know who I am

   Am          G     C       D  G  Gsus         G  D Dsus2 D

    You know I can't let you      slide through my hands



   Am     G  C      D  G         F       G  C     Bm

Ch. Wild     horses     couldn't drag me a- way

   Am        G  C      D G         F       G  C

    Wild wild   horses    couldn't drag me a- way



2.  I watched you suffer a dull aching pain

    Now you've decided to show me the same

    No sweeping exits or off-stage lines

    Could make me feel bitter or treat you unkind



Ch. Wild horses couldn't drag me away

                                       C(VIII)

    Wild wild horses couldn't drag me away



    [guitar break]

    Fsus2(VIII) C(VIII) x 3

    D G





3.  I know I've dreamed you a sin and a lie

    I have my freedom but I don't have much time

    Faith has been broken, tears must be cried

    Let's do some living, after we'll die



Ch. Wild horses couldn't drag me away

    Wild wild horses we'll ride them some day.





Weird chords:

Am7               3  0  2  0  1  3

Gsus              3  2  0  0  1  x

Dsus2             x  x  0  2  3  0

C(VIII)           8  10 10 9  8  8

Fsus2(VIII)       8  10 10 10 10 8

Port of Amsterdam – David Bowie

Port Of Amsterdam written by Jacques Brel (8 April 1929 – 9 October 1978) – Performed by David Bowie Live at the BEEB

Am                                 Em
In the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who sings
       F                              E
Of the dreams that he brings from the wide open sea
       Am                          Em
In the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who sleeps
          Dm         E     Am
While the river bank weeps to the old willow tree
       C                           G          E
In the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who dies
        Am                  Em                E
Full of beer, full of cries in a drunken town fight
       F                           E
In the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who's born
     Dm        E           Am
On a hot muggy morn by the dawn's early light


ACOUSTIC:  Am


       Am                          Em
In the port of Amsterdam where the sailors all meet
          F                    E
There's a sailor who eats only fish heads and tails
          Am                           Em
And he'll show you his teeth that have rotted too soon
         Dm          E              Am
That can haul up the sails that can swallow the moon
       C                          G         E
And he yells to the cook with his arms open wide
     Am                          Em         E
Hey, bring me more fish throw it down by my side
       F                          E
And he wants so to belch but he's too full to try
      Dm            E             Am
So he stands up and laughs and he zips up his fly


       Am                        Em
In the port of Amsterdam you can see sailors dance
         F                             E
Paunches bursting their pants grinding women to porch
           Am                         Em
They've forgotten the tune that their whiskey voice croaked
Dm            E              Am
Splitting the night with the roar of their jokes
         C                            G              E
And they turn and they dance and they laugh and they lust
         Am                    Em      E
Till the rancid sound of the accordion bursts
         F                           E
And then out of the night with their pride in their pants
        Dm              E        Am
And the sluts that they tow underneath the street lamps


       Am                          Em
In the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who drinks
       F                           E
And he drinks and he drinks and he drinks once again
      Am                         Em
He'll drink to the health of the whores of Amsterdam
       Dm          E           Am
Who've given their bodies to a thousand other men
              C                            G            E
Yeah, they've bargained their virtue their goodness all gone
      Am                      Em            E
For a few dirty coins well he just can't go on
           F                      E
Throws his nose to the sky and he aims it up above
       Dm            E          Am
And he pisses like I cry on the unfaithful love
       Am                        Em               F  G  Am  E  Am
In the port of Amsterdam, in the port of Amsterdam

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CHORDS:  EADGBE
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F        133211
E        022100
Am       X02210
Dm       XX0231
C        332010
G        320033
Em       022000

Walk The Line – Johnny Cash

Intro:
E E E E E E E E

AE7A
I keep a close watch on this heart of mine
AE7A
I keep my eyes wide open all the time.
ADA
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds
AE7A
Because you’re mine, I walk the line

I find it very, very easy to be true
I find myself alone when each day is through
Yes, I’ll admit I’m a fool for you
Because you’re mine, I walk the line

As sure as night is dark and day is light
I keep you on my mind both day and night
And happiness I’ve known proves that it’s right
Because you’re mine, I walk the line

You’ve got a way to keep me on your side
You give me cause for love that I can’t hide
For you I know I’d even try to turn the tide
Because you’re mine, I walk the line

I find that an E works as well as E7. I am still looking for the “official” tab though.

The song changes keys every verse.. That’s the unique thing about the song. Key changes are: E–>A–>D–>A–>E, using a 12-cord blue progression in each key, and using an alternating baseline between each to get into the next key without sounding awkward..