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Sunday morning coming down This song is originally played in: A, but johnny often put a capo on 1st fret And played C instead. you can see this in many of his appearances live. So here is the tab that way! Capo:1st fret C Well, I woke up Sunday morning F G C With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt. Am And the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad, G So I had one more for dessert. C F Then I fumbled in my closet through my clothes C Am And found my cleanest dirty shirt. F G Then I washed my face and combed my hair And stumbled down the stairs to meet the day. C I'd smoked my mind the night before F G C With cigarettes and songs I'd been picking. Am But I lit my first and watched a small kid G Playing with a can that he was kicking. C Then I walked across the street F C Am And caught the Sunday smell of someone frying chicken. F G And Lord, it took me back to something that I'd lost C Somewhere, somehow along the way. F On a Sunday morning sidewalk, C I'm wishing, Lord, that I was stoned. G 'Cause there's something in a Sunday C That makes a body feel alone. F And there's nothing short a' dying C That's half as lonesome as the sound G Of the sleeping city sidewalk C And Sunday morning coming down. In the park I saw a daddy With a laughing little girl that he was swinging. And I stopped beside a Sunday school And listened to the songs they were singing. Then I headed down the street, And somewhere far away a lonely bell was ringing, And it echoed through the canyon Like the disappearing dreams of yesterday. On a Sunday morning sidewalk, I'm wishing, Lord, that I was stoned. 'Cause there's something in a Sunday That makes a body feel alone. And there's nothing short a' dying That's half as lonesome as the sound Of the sleeping city sidewalk And Sunday morning coming down.