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Randolph Street Master Of Electricity chords

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[Bruce Springsteen : Randolph Street(Master Of Electricity)

G
I remember yesterday
Bm
When I'd sit and watch the hound dogs play
Am
Howlin' at the China moon
D
Now yesterday is the busted balloon
G
Life was young and things were easy,
Bm
Days were short, nights were warm
Am
Times were good, hate was shallow
D
Love was crazy and I had it in my marrow
C
And I swear that I've seen your face 
D
somewhere back in that time and in that place
G
Do you remember,…the old house stood like World War Two 
Bm
with just two rooms and a hall to be used
Am
The lady was mean just slightly unclean 
D
with a heart of cold silver and gold
G
The kitchen smelled of kerosene
Bm
Ceiling hung down unveiled the rotted beams
Am
and the man, they said, his work it could of hung in the Louvre
D
Now he sits around all day because his left arm won't move
C
He was a master of the art of electricity
D
He lectured on tubes and circuitry
C
He was self-employed, but he could never see 
D
his way into the light
G
He had a room full of switches and dials and lights 
Bm
and a head full of clouds and eyes full of sight
Am
And when it got dark,I could hear his heart beat 
D
like a mother in the night
G
She stood like a guardian ready to give everything up
Bm
If I had asked for a sword and her blood in a cup
Am
but there was just a time when I asked for too much
D
She sighed because she could not give it
G
We used to sit beneath the tree 
Bm
just the lady, the radio man and me
Am
And I think it was the winter of '63 
D
the man went away and let us be
C
It was early on an August day 
D
that the lady decided she too must go away
C
For her heart it seems could not pay the price 
D
for what her body was buying
G
I came home from school and I found the note
Bm
I went into the kitchen and lit the old stove
Am
With senses set on overload
D
I turned on the TV, 
G
spent the rest of the afternoon 
Bm
watching all my old cartoons 
Am
and thru the hall and across the porch 
D
was the sun surrendered like a crying torch] 

            
            
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