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Dean Moriarity Chords

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

Date: Sat, 25 Oct 1997 05:41:22 +0000 (GMT)
From: rickl1@IX.netcom.com (Rick L)
Subject: CRD:    Dean Moriarity       Eric Taylor        Lyrics/Chords

Eric Taylor    Dean Moriarity     written by Eric Taylor

Kris McKay harmony


F                    Dm
Dean Moriarity don't live here no more
Gm           Am                          Bb
He's off in California and he works in a liquor store
           F                           Dm
Where it's two packs of cigarettes and one half of a pint
Gm              Am                 Bb
He's off to his room on the Mexican side
F                                   Dm
Says he's through with the railroad freight car line
Gm                    Am                  Bb
The fight between the moon and the latern light
F                                  Dm
Says he'm goin cross county but he might come back
Gm                      Am         Bb
But     stickin to  the highway to hell with the tracks
F                 Am          Dm
I can't take what you may give me
Gm          C7     F
I've always wanted more
F                 Am               Dm
My mercury hummin road may put put me
Gm       C7           F
To sleep outside your door
F                                     Dm
He's got a brand new baby she's got a new pair of shoes
Gm                     Am               Bb
He's drivin somebody's car but he don't know whose
F                 Dm
Been up all night but it don't show
       Gm          Am             Bb
He Won twenty-five dollars in the hammer throw
F                            Dm
Three fingered guitar he's a saxophone  that bites
            Gm          An                Bb
Jack's been reading her poetry he's been spillin her wine
    F                                Dm
Her hair's so pretty she smells like Juicy Fruit gum
    Gm             Am                 Bb
Her old man's  the black guy on those congo drums
F                 Am           Dm
I can't take what you may give me
Gm          C7     F
I've always wanted more
F                 Am               Dm
My mercury hummin road may put put me
Gm       C7           F
To sleep outside your door

Instrumental

F                            Dm
Maybe he should call her he just ain't got the dough
Gm      '            Am                    Bb
Maybe he;ll step  on outside and check the radio
     F                       Dm
It's playing her song man it just ain't his
     Gm                     Am                Bb
See a Man like him's got no business with the wife and the kids
         F                           Dm
It's the last of the red wine from a night full of thrill
       Gm           Am                 Bb
It's a coast to the bottom of a Frisco hill
F                           Dm
How can a body begrudge another body a ride
Gm                  Am       Bb
I didn't steal your car man  just bottowed it awhile
F                 Am           Dm
I can't take what you may give me
Gm          C7     F
I've always wanted more
F                 Am               Dm
My mercury hummin road may put put me
Gm       C7           F
To sleep outside your door
                 Am                Dm
My mercury hummin road may put put me
Gm       C7           F
To sleep outside your door
F                    Dm
Dean Moriarity don't live here no more
Gm           Am                          Bb
He's off in California and he works in a liquor store
           F                           Dm
Where it's two packs of cigarettes and one half of a pint
Gm              Am                 Bb       F
He's off to his room on the Mexican side


  From The Eric Taylor CD 1996
  Watermelon Records WM 1040
  P.O. Box 402088 Austin, Texas 78704
  512-472-6192
  Copyright 1995 Songs Of PolyGram Intl/Blue Ruby Music (BMI)

Eric Taylor     guitar/vocals
Michael Ramos   piano/organ
Glenn Fukunaga  bass
Elias Haslanger sax
Kris McKay      harmony
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