The best way to play this song is as follows: Intro | Dsus2 D | D/C C | C/G G | C/G G :|| G C When you're lost in the rain in Juarez D/C C G C/G G And it's Eastertime too And your gravity fails C D/C C G C/G G And negativity don't pull you through C Don't put on any airs G When you're down on Rue Morgue Avenue D7 They got some hungry women there G C/G G And they really make a mess outa you. G Now if you see Saint Annie C D/C C G C/G G Please tell her thanks a lot I cannot move C D/C C G C/G G My fingers are all in a knot C I don't have the strength G To get up and take another shot D7 And my best friend, my doctor G C/G G Won't even say what it is I've got. G Sweet Melinda C G C/G G The peasants call her the goddess of gloom She speaks good English C D/C C G C/G G And she invites you up into her room C And you're so kind G C/G G And careful not to go to her too soon D7 And she takes your voice G C/G G And leaves you howling at the moon. G Up on Housing Project Hill C G It's either fortune or fame You must pick up one or the other C D/C C G C/G G Though neither of them are to be what they claim C If you're lookin' to get silly G C/G G You better go back to from where you came D7 Because the cops don't need you G C/G G And man they expect the same. G Now all the authorities C D/C C G C/G G They just stand around and boast C How they blackmailed the sergeant-at-arms D/C C G C/G G Into leaving his post C And picking up Angel who G C/G G Just arrived here from the coast D7 Who looked so fine at first G C/G G But left looking just like a ghost. Solo ||: G | C D/C C | G C/G | G :|| | C | C | G C/G | C | | D7 | D7 | G C/G | G || G I started out on burgundy C D/C C G C/G G But soon hit the harder stuff C Everybody said they'd stand behind me D/C C G C/G G When the game got rough C But the joke was on me G C/G G There was nobody even there to bluff D7 I'm going back to New York City G C/G G I do believe I've had enough. Coda | Dsus2 D | D/C C | G C/G | G :|| Any rates or comments are greatly appreciated!