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Bartender Blues ukulele

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From uunet!darwin.sura.net!mips!sdd.hp.com!hplabs!hplextra!hpcc05!hpcc01!bearce Wed Jul 29 16:32:27 PDT 1992
Article: 1202 of alt.guitar.tab
From: bearce@hpcc01.corp.hp.com (Phil Bearce)
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1992 23:11:10 GMT
Subject: CHORDS: Bartender Blues - James Taylor
Message-ID: <73410015@hpcc01.corp.hp.com>
Organization: the HP Corporate notes server
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>From phil@hpmsfpb.sj.hp.com Tue Jul 28 16:08 PDT 1992

                             Bartender's Blues       Capo 1st fret
		               James Taylor

                    intro:  E  F#m7 E/G#
	      A                 A7
	      Now I'm just a bartender
                    D             Bm7
	      And I don't like my work
                     E                      A   E  F#m7 E/G#
	      But I don't mind the money at all

                     A           A7
	      I see lots of sad faces
                   D          Bm7
	      And lots of bad cases
                 E                              A   E  F#m7 E/G#
	      Of folks with their backs to the wall
                                  A           A7          D       Bm7
	      Chorus:  But I need four walls around me to hold my life
                          E                    A   E  F#m7 E/G#
		       To keep me from going a-stray
                             A            A7      D            Bm7
		       And a honky-tonk angel to hold me tight
                          E                     A    E  F#m7 E/G#
		       To keep me from slipping away

                     A            A7
	      I can light up your smokes
                     D            Bm7
	      I can laugh at your jokes
                     E                          A    E  F#m7 E/G#
	      I can watch you fall down on your knees
                     A              A7
	      I can close down this bar
                     D       Bm7
	      I can gas up my car
                     E                     A   E  F#m7 E/G#
	      I can pack up and mail in my key


	      Chorus:

                       A               A7
	      Now, the smoke fills the air
                      D           Bm7
	      In this honky-tonk bar
                       E                              A  E  F#m7 E/G#
	      And I'm thinking 'bout where I'd rather be
                     A             A7
	      But I burned all my bridges
                 D           Bm7
	      I sank all my ships
                       E                          A  E  F#m7 E/G#
	      And I'm stranded at the edge of the sea

	      Chorus:


________________________________________________________________
  ___              Phil Bearce at HP San Jose - Components
 (/__) /_   .  /)  internet: phil@hpmsfpb.sj.hp.com
 /    /  )_(__(_ -     "Look out for that root."  -James Taylor
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