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I hope you enjoy my interpretation of this song ... Garry Smythe
Please e mail me with any corrections or suggestions to:-  g.smythe@sky.com
THIS SONG HAS BEEN TRANSPOSED INTO MANY KEYS AS LISTED BELOW
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Who Can Blame Him   Charlie Landsborough

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Charlie sings this in the key of  F
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INTRO     

Am        

Verse 1

       F      G         Am
He had such a short attention span

       F         G               Am
He was born with restless in his soul

        F    G              Am
She was well aware from the moment it began

F            G                   Am
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        F                                     G
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        Am                F                G
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Am                F                  G
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       F                G            Am
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         F               
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     G                  Am
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          F       G         Am
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   F             G               Am
As things became familiar to his eyes

          F          G        Am
She could sense that time was drawing near

         F
When you want it to stop 

    G              Am
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        F                                     G
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        Am                F                G
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        Am                F                  G
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       F                G            Am
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         F               
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     G                  Am
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
Am 


Verse 3

          F        G      Am
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          F    G              Am
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         F       G            Am
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         F                  G            Am
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       F   G        Am
Now we all have our addictions 

    F    G          Am
And won-der lust is one

     F       G     Am
Some cherish their restrictions 

     F                  G              Am     
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        F                                     G
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        Am                F                G
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Am                F                  G
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       F                G            Am
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         F               
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     G                  Am
For loving the railroad track

        F               
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     G                  Am
For loving the railroad track   

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INTRO     

Bm

Verse 1

       G      A         Bm
He had such a short attention span

       G         A               Bm
He was born with restless in his soul

        G    A              Bm
She was well aware from the moment it began

G            A                   Bm
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        G                                     A
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        Bm                G                A
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Bm                G                  A
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       G                A            Bm
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         G
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     A                  Bm
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          G       A         Bm
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   G             A               Bm
As things became familiar to his eyes

          G          A        Bm
She could sense that time was drawing near

         G
When you want it to stop 

    A              Bm
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        G                                     A
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        Bm                G                A
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        Bm                G                  A
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       G                A            Bm
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         G
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     A                  Bm
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
Bm


Verse 3

          G        A      Bm
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          G    A              Bm
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         G       A            Bm
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         G                  A            Bm
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       G   A        Bm
Now we all have our addictions 

    G    A          Bm
And won-der lust is one

     G       A     Bm
Some cherish their restrictions 

     G                  A              Bm
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        G                                     A
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        Bm                G                A
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Bm                G                  A
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       G                A            Bm
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         G
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     A                  Bm
For loving the railroad track

        G
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     A                  Bm
For loving the railroad track   

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INTRO     

C#m

Verse 1

       A      B         C#m
He had such a short attention span

       A         B               C#m
He was born with restless in his soul

        A    B              C#m
She was well aware from the moment it began

A            B                   C#m
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        A                                     B
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        C#m               A                B
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        C#m               A                  B
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       A                B            C#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         A
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     B                  C#m
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          A       B         C#m
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   A             B               C#m
As things became familiar to his eyes

          A          B        C#m
She could sense that time was drawing near

         A
When you want it to stop 

    B              C#m
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        A                                     B
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        C#m               A                B
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        C#m               A                  B
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       A                B            C#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         A
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     B                  C#m
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
C#m


Verse 3

          A        B      C#m
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          A    B              C#m
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         A       B            C#m
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         A                  B            C#m
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       A   B        C#m
Now we all have our addictions 

    A    B          C#m
And won-der lust is one

     A       B     C#m
Some cherish their restrictions 

     A                  B              C#m
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        A                                     B
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        C#m               A                B
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        C#m               A                  B
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       A                B            C#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         A
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     B                  C#m
For loving the railroad track

        A
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     B                  C#m
For loving the railroad track   

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INTRO     

Em

Verse 1

       C      D         Em
He had such a short attention span

       C         D               Em
He was born with restless in his soul

        C    D              Em
She was well aware from the moment it began

C            D                   Em
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        C                                     D
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        Em                C                D
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Em                C                  D
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       C                D            Em
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         C
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     D                  Em
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          C       D         Em
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   C             D               Em
As things became familiar to his eyes

          C          D        Em
She could sense that time was drawing near

         C
When you want it to stop 

    D              Em
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        C                                     D
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        Em                C                D
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        Em                C                  D
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       C                D            Em
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         C
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     D                  Em
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
Em


Verse 3

          C        D      Em
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          C    D              Em
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         C       D            Em
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         C                  D            Em
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       C   D        Em
Now we all have our addictions 

    C    D          Em
And won-der lust is one

     C       D     Em
Some cherish their restrictions 

     C                  D              Em
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        C                                     D
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        Em                C                D
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        Em                C                  D
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       C                D            Em
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         C
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     D                  Em
For loving the railroad track

        C
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     D                  Em
For loving the railroad track   

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INTRO     

F#m

Verse 1

       D      E         F#m
He had such a short attention span

       D         E               F#m
He was born with restless in his soul

        D    E              F#m
She was well aware from the moment it began

D            E                   F#m
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        D                                     E
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        F#m               D                E
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        F#m               D                  E
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       D                E            F#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         D
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     E                  F#m
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          D       E         F#m
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   D             E               F#m
As things became familiar to his eyes

          D          E        F#m
She could sense that time was drawing near

         D
When you want it to stop 

    E              F#m
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        D                                     E
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        F#m               D                E
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        F#m               D                  E
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       D                E            F#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         D
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     E                  F#m
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
F#m


Verse 3

          D        E      F#m
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          D    E              F#m
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         D       E            F#m
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         D                  E            F#m
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       D   E        F#m
Now we all have our addictions 

    D    E          F#m
And won-der lust is one

     D       E     F#m
Some cherish their restrictions 

     D                  E              F#m
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        D                                     E
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        F#m               D                E
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        F#m               D                  E
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       D                E            F#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         D
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     E                  F#m
For loving the railroad track

        D
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     E                  F#m
For loving the railroad track   

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INTRO     

G#m

Verse 1

       E      F#        G#m
He had such a short attention span

       E         F#              G#m
He was born with restless in his soul

        E    F#             G#m
She was well aware from the moment it began

E            F#                  G#m
This rolling stone would have to roll


CHORUS:

        E                                     F#
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire

        G#m               E                F#
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        G#m               E                  F#
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run

       E                F#           G#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         E
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     F#                 G#m
For loving the railroad track


Verse 2

          E       F#        G#m
She could see the sparkle disappear 

   E             F#              G#m
As things became familiar to his eyes

          E          F#       G#m
She could sense that time was drawing near

         E
When you want it to stop 

    F#             G#m
Its funny how time flies




CHORUS:

        E                                     F#
Who can blame him if he's true to his hearts desire

        G#m               E                F#
Who can blame him if he can't put out the fire

        G#m               E                  F#
Who can blame him if his feet were meant to run

       E                F#           G#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         E
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     F#                 G#m
For loving the railroad track


SOLO
G#m


Verse 3

          E        F#     G#m
Now he'll keep her memory near his heart

          E    F#             G#m
But he'll keep his conscience clean

         E       F#           G#m
Cause he told no lies and she knew right from the start

         E                  F#           G#m
He could never be tied to a Nine to Five routine


       E   F#       G#m
Now we all have our addictions 

    E    F#         G#m
And won-der lust is one

     E       F#    G#m
Some cherish their restrictions 

     E                  F#             G#m
They stop and stare but he likes moving on



CHORUS:

        E                                     F#
Who can blame him, if he's true to his hearts desire?

        G#m               E                F#
Who can blame him, if he can't put out the fire?

        G#m               E                  F#
Who can blame him, if his feet were meant to run?

       E                F#           G#m
If he likes the morning sun upon his back

         E
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     F#                 G#m
For loving the railroad track

        E
Well you might as well blame the freight train 

     F#                 G#m
For loving the railroad track   

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