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SNOWTIME - JAMES TAYLOR
"Before This World"(2015)
Submitted by ClassicalfreaK

CAPO III

C  G/B Am  G   F G       C E7+ Am G F C/E Dm7
O -le -a - na,   via Del Norte,     O Canada

       G               Bm7          CM7
It was snowtime, it was showtime, it was no time
      D       B/D#     Em  D/F#
To be lost in downtown Toronto
       G                  Bm7
It was wintertime, ‘round dinnertime
    Bb                                 C/E          F     Dm7
I’m beginning to see that the sunshine just doesn’t want to

       G                  Bm7
From a side street come a backbeat
 CM7                   D            B/D#   Em  D/F#
Pulling on me like the moon pullin’ on the tide
   G                 Bm7                Bb
Ay caramba, one-note samba, la la la la bamba
            C/E  F   
Lighting me up inside

             D                      GM7         A       Bm  C Em7
They had the heat of the sun in the beat of the talking drum
    D                   GM7       A        Bm     C Em7
The light of a tropical moon on a night to remember
        D                       GM7             A      Bm  C Em7
Someone summoned up summer just strumming on an old guitar
    D                  GM7 A       Bm      C  Em7 Dm7
And every note was the antidote to December

G                  Bm7            CM7
My first impression, some kind of procession
             D            B/D#  Em   D/F#
Pulling on a long line of fancy dancers
      G                  Bm7  
And a band stuck up on a flatbed truck
          Bb                        C/E     F   Dm7
They were raising a ruckus swinging for the fences

G              Bm7
Exiled Mexican textile working
CM7                  D           B/D#      Em    D/F#
Punching two clocks, sending two paychecks home, boys
G                           Bm7
Hard working law ‘biding bus riding people
Bb                    C/E         F
Celebration on wheels destination unknown

D                                 GM7          A       Bm  C Em7
It was the heat of the sun in the beat of that talking drum
D                       GM7       A           Bm   C Em7
The light of a tropical moon on a night to remember
        D                       GM7             A      Bm  C Em7
Someone summoned up summer just strumming on an old guitar
         D                  GM7     A   Bm      C
Yes, and every note was the antidote to December
C  G/B Am G
Ri-o   Grande
F G  C E7+
O-le-a-na
Am G     F C/E
Vi-a Del Norte
Dm7 G    A
Oh Canada

A C#m D E7 C#/E# F#m E/G#
A C#m C D/F# G D/E

A                                 DM7         E        F#m G Bm7
There was a lifeline south in the song coming from her mouth
   A                     DM7         E      F#m G Bm7
It swallowed me up and I followed it on downtown
       A                 DM7          E         F#m G Bm7
In the light of dawn the message that life goes on
        A                 DM7       E    F#m  G 
For the frozen man an invitation to live again
           A                      DM7          E       F#m G Bm7
It was the heat of the sun in the beat of that talking drum
    A                   DM7       E        F#m  G Bm7
The light of a tropical moon on a night to remember
        A                       DM7             E      F#m G Bm7
Someone summoned up summer just strumming on an old guitar
    A               DM7 E       F#m     G
And every note, the antidote to December
          A                         DM7            E     F#m G Bm7
They were shakin’ it loose with the juice from the mambo man
A                      DM7           E          F#m G Bm7
Long lanky Yankee boy, Buckwheat and Spanky, my-my

     A
Santiago de Cuba
DM7  E
Belo Horizonte
F#m
 Cartagena
G         E7    A
Guaguancó Canada
DM7    E  F#m  G E7
Guaguancó Canada
     A
Santiago de Cuba
DM7  E
Belo Horizonte
F#m
 Cartagena
G         E7    A
Guaguancó Canada
DM7    E  F#m  G E7
Guaguancó Canada
A  DM7 E F#m
G      E7 A
Guaguancó Canada...

            
            
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