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Last Clock on the Wall, by Joe Purdy, from CD's Live at Hotel Cafe and Last Clock on the Wall.

No capo, standard tuning.

A:   577655
D:   557775
G#m: 466444
F#m: 244222
Bm:  x24432
E:   022100 & 779997
C#m: x46654

A  D  (x3)
A  G#

 F#m                                A
Train leaves the station, there's blood on the tracks
  Bm               D          F#m
I threw my record player, and you ain't coming back
     F#m                             A
And I saw you on the stage, singing songs we used to play
      Bm            D                F#m
He'd grown all his hair out, but he still don't look like me
       Bm                               E
And I know you were listening 'cause I heard it in a song
                A               F#m            D     C#m
Said "I may be moving babe, but I ain't moving on"
      Bm                         E
I can sing you a lullaby that I made up in the dark
                     A             F#m         D      C#m
But you know that I think I would rather sing yours
     Bm                                     E                       A
It's funny they don't make 'em with their voices still shaking anymore

A  D
A  G#

    F#m                              A
The whistling of the boxcar threw me out into the wind
     Bm                D             F#m
It's cold in San Francisco and I'm thinking back to when
     F#m                                   A
You dropped me down by the water and you danced on up Golden Gate
        Bm                D                   F#m
I was thinking about the love we had and the love we used to make
   Bm                                 E
I saw you up in Washington with your new boy at the gig
                 A               F#m           D    C#m
Said "I may be settling baby but I'm settling big"
 Bm                               E
Said you couldn't wait on me any longer to decide
             A                 F#m                  D     C#m
That may be true but it ain't no excuse for you to hide
    Bm                                     E
Cause your new room with a view is just a fancy place for you to run and hide

A  D
A

         D                 E        D          E
And the last clock on the wall is starting to fall
    D               E        A
And no one seems to mind at all
         D                 E       D          E
And the last clock on the wall is starting to fall
    D               E       A    G#m
And no one seems to mind at all


F#m  A  Bm  D  F#m  (x2)
Bm  E
A  F#m  D  C#m
Bm  E
A  F#m  D  C#m
Bm  E
A  F#m  D  C#m

       F#m                                              A
Oh and I threw my glass down on Main Street, started a fire in the park
         Bm           D                    F#m
But the crowd I was hoping for, they just vanished in the dark
     F#m                                      A
So I walked around the corner, yeah with the crazies on the street
      Bm                      D                        F#m
And I saw a girl that looked just like you, she had no shoes upon her feet
            Bm                                       E
Oh and she said that she heard from angels and they told her what to do
                      A                    F#m              D     C#m
I said "They may be talking babe, but they ain't talking to you"
             Bm                                          E
Yes and they told her she could fly if she jumped off a building that was high
                     A        F#m                 D    C#m
And you know that may be the last thing that she said
          Bm                                       E
Yeah but I wish that you wouldn't listen to every voice that comes and creeps inside your head

A  D
A

        D                 E        D          E
And the last clock on the wall is starting to fall
    D               E        A
And no one seems to mind at all
         D                 E       D          E
And the last clock on the wall is starting to fall
    D               E       A    G#m
And no one seems to mind at all

D  A
D  A
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charlesdilley 52 Jul 12, 2017 08:10 PM

Great tab, lyrics are a bit off, but maybe because it was live performance, he is known for forgetting his own lyrics... usually makes jokes about it.

"threw my record player to London Bridge and back"

"And the last clock on the wall, well she's starting to fall, yea but no one seems to mind at all"

"And the last clock on the wall, well she's starting to fall, yea but no one seems to care at all"

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