This is to expand upon the work of the first tabber. Some have complained that it's to read and I'm putting it in the usual UG format with chord diagrams: Intro: C11 F Am7 D C11 F C Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 C A race of angels bound with one another Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 G A dish of dollars laid out for all to see Em7 G9 C Am7 A tower room at Eden Rock, his golf at noon for free C11 F Am7 D Brooklyn owes the charmer under me C11 F C Brooklyn owes the charmer under me Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 C His lady's aching to bring a body down Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 G She daily preaches on where she wants to be Em7 G9 C Am7 An evening with a movie queen, a face we all have seen C11 F Am7 D Brooklyn owes the charmer under me C11 F C Brooklyn owes the charmer under me Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 C A case of aces done up loose for dealing Fmaj7 Em7 Dm7 G A piece of island coolin' in the sea Em7 G9 C Bb Am7 The whole of time we gain or lose, and power enough to choose C11 F Am7 D Brooklyn owes the charmer under me C11 F C Brooklyn owes the charmer under me Chord Diagrams: C11 - x33333 F - 133211 Am7 - 002010 C - x32010 Fmaj7 - 133210 Em7 - 022033 Dm7 -x00211 G - 320033 G9 - 3x0201 Bb - x13331 This is how I play it--maybe not exactly how it sounds on the original recording, but darn close. I find it difficult to play Bb so I sometimes use the fifth and when I'm adventurous I use Bb13 (x20233). A flashy technique I also like is to bar the C11 chord your thumb then quckly jump back to the barred F chord during he chorus. Listen to the over and over and you'll get the rhythm. I play it a little more uptempo than the Dan.