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#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. #
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From marten@sky.net Sun May  4 10:19:11 1997
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 1997 09:40:23 -0800
From: Otto Marten 
Reply-To: mail.sky.net@sky.net
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: CRD: Bonnie Raitt

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Home
Karla Bonoff
as recorded by Bonnie Raitt on the album Sweet Forgiveness 1977

3/4 time

1           2-        4              1
Travelin at night the headlites were brite
    1            1        5    5
And we^?d been up many an hour
1           2-    4          1
All thru my brain came the refrain
   1        5           1     1
Of Home and it^?s warmin fire

    1    1           4     1
And Home sings me of sweet things
   1    1              5   5
My life there has it^?s own wings
1   1        4   1
Fly over the mountain
#2/#6   4/6     5      5   [note in C: #2=D# #6=A#]
Tho I^?m standin still

The people I^?ve seen they come in between
The cities of tiring light
and the trains come and go but inside you know
The struggle^?ll soon be a fite

Chorus

Travelin at nite the headlites were brite
And soon the sun came thru the trees
Around the next bend the flowers will send
The sweet smell of home in the breeze

Chorus

[Chord gets entire measure's time]
[Number system for any key: in C, 1=C, 2=D-, 3=E-, etc.]
[Bass notes are key scale numbers: in C, 1=C, 2=D, 3=E, etc.]

transcribed by OtMan Otto Marten marten@sky.net
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