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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: larpe@oden.nts.mh.se (Petter Larsson)

Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine  -  Bob Dylan
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('Blonde on Blonde' album)


G     G     G     G

Am                                                                               G
 You say you love me And you're thinkin' of me, But you know you could be wrong.
Am                                                                                G
 You say you told me That you wanna hold me, But you know you're not that strong.
Bm                                 Am
I just can't do what I done before,  I just can't beg you anymore.
           G
I'm gonna let you pass
    D
And I'll go last.
      G           Bm      C      G     C                D       D9
Then time will tell just who fell And who's been left behind,
 (no chord)                   G
When you go yor way and I go mine.


Am                                                                                G
 You say you disturb me And you don't deserve me, But you know sometimes you lie.
Am                                                                                G
 You say you're shakin' And you're always achin', But you know how hard you try.
     Bm                           Am
Sometimes it gets so hard to care,  It can't be this way ev'ry-where.
              G
And I'm gonna let you pass,
         D
Yes, and I'll go last.
      G           Bm      C      G     C                D       D9
Then time will tell just who fell And who's been left behind,
 (no chord)                   G
When you go yor way and I go mine.

Em                                         D
 The judge, he holds a grudge, He's gonna call on you.
        Em                                                     D
But he's badly built And he walks on stilts, Watch out he don't fall on you.


Am                                                                           G
 You say you're sorry For tellin' stories That you know I believe are true.
Am                                                                 G
 You say ya got some Other kinda lover And yes, I believe you do.
     Bm                                 Am
You say my kisses are not like his, But this time I'm gonna tell you why that is.
               G
I'm just gonna let you pass,
         D
Yes, and I'll go last.
      G           Bm      C      G     C                D       D9
Then time will tell      who fell And who's been left behind,
 (no chord)                   G      G     G
When you go yor way and I go mine.


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Typed by  Petter Larsson , larpe@nts.mh.se

            
            
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dalefish 94 Jun 02, 2009 02:19 PM

perfect. exatly what i was looking for. cheers

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liranado 110 Mar 21, 2014 02:58 PM, edited at 07:03 pm

Great. but the bass is so dominant in this line: Bm AmSometimes it gets so hard to care, It can't be this way ev'ry-where.you should play A#m as a transition between Bm to Am.so: Bm Bm-A#m-AmSometimes it gets so hard to care, It can't be this way ev'ry-where.

also, that D9 doesn't sound right to me..

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liranado 110 Mar 21, 2014 03:11 PM

Also, of you listen closely to the last line of the chorus, you'll notice there's a descending bass-lien, very typical for dylan style of that time.

so it's: G Bm Am(not C) G C D
Then time will tell who has fell And who's been left behind,

(try playing that sequence only on the low E string, it helps the hearing)

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