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The Passenger Chords

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The Passenger

C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   C
C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   

G              D    Ebdim  
Oh the open aired passenger
     Em         D           C
His chin moved up to the left
G                D    Ebdim  
Oh the open aired passenger
     Em        D           C
His brain fell out of his head
 
       G          Em
And his wife in pink
D             C
What did she think
      G           Em            D
As she held his remainder in her hand?

 G      Em     D         C
Scrambling over the seat
        G                Em            D
For the largest pieces of his skull
         C            D 
Which he surely can't afford to lose
C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   C
C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7  

G                          D    Ebdim  
Oh the captain of one, two, three
     Em            D           C
A plane he no longer could steer
G                   D    Ebdim  
Oh the captain of one, two, three
     Em              D           C
Before the mountains appeared

     G          Em
The flight control 
D                 C
What did they know?
         G                   Em            D
As their charts just kept right on hovering

           G          Em
And the girl on board
D               C
What did she know?
       G           Em            D
As she heard her mother whispering,
          C                D
"Do not be afraid. We'll be alright."

C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   C
Da da da da da ...
C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   


G                 D    Ebdim  
And the barber of New Orleans
   Em       D         C
The day the raining began
G                 D    Ebdim  
Oh the barber of New Orleans
  Em     D        C
When the levy gave in

 G      Em     D      C
No saints came marching out
     G       Em            D
No booming voices from above
 G      Em     D      C
But he had nary a doubt
     G            Em            D
For he oh so often was told of love
         C         D               Em  ?
By the good book that guided his life

And they all said, 
      C                         D       
"Do not be afraid. We'll be alright."

C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   C
Da da da da da ...
C    Cmaj7     C6    Cmaj7   
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