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These Days Chords


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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
From uunet!stanford.edu!rutgers!cbmvax!esposito Tue Jul  7 15:03:53 PDT 1992
Article: 555 of alt.guitar.tab
Path: nevada.edu!uunet!stanford.edu!rutgers!cbmvax!esposito
From: esposito@layout1.Berkeley.EDU (Dave Esposito)
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Subject: Music: THESE DAYS by Jackson Browne
Message-ID: <32766@cbmvax.commodore.com>
Date: 6 Jul 92 21:10:34 GMT
Sender: news@cbmvax.commodore.com
Reply-To: esposito@cbmvax.commodore.com (Dave Esposito)
Organization: COMMODORE West Cester PA
Lines: 70

I'm only posting second hand stuff...
I did not write any of it!
DON'T FLAME ME!!! 'cause I don't wanta' here it.
With that out of the way I will continue Glen's work:

Title:				THESE DAYS		(Jackson Browne)

		C B Am G F
		     C    B        Am      G F
		Well I've been out walkin'
		            C  B         Am     G F
		And I don't do that much talking, these days
		C     G
		These days.
		These days I seem to think a lot
		                                  C       G
		About the things that I forgot to do, for you

		    C  B    Am     G      F
		And all the times I had a chance to
		     C B     Am   G F
		Well I had a lover
		        C          B      Am     G     F
		I don't think I'll risk another, these days.
		C     G
		These days.

		These days I seem to be afraid
		                                    C    G
		To live th life that I have made in song
		         C B       Am     G    F
		But it's just that I have been loosing, so long

		LEAD   |: C  B  Am  G  F :| 2x  G

		These days I sit on corner stones
						     C       G
		Count the time in quarter tones till ten, my friend
		    C B Am       G           F
		And I   believe I've come to see myself again

		LEAD   |: C  B  Am  G  F :| 2x  G

		These days I sit on corner stones
		                                     C       G
		Count the time in quarter tones till ten, my friend
		                C     B  Am   G  F        Bb F
		Please don't confront me with my failures
			     C    B Am G F Bb F Bb F C
		I'm aware of them.

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Todays music ain't got the same soul, I like that old time rock and roll
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Badclub wrote on December 26 2014, 01:07 am

I like to play this capo 4. I play the descending line with a C/B instead of the B. That mirrors Wilco's "Jesus, Etc." almost exactly (the difference being the fourth chord (this progression goes to a G, Tweedy to an E).

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schmoot wrote on September 23 2015, 07:07 pm

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