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Down The Line chords

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This tab follows the "Down The Line" recording from Lonesome River Band's "Coming Back Home To You" album (2015). Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Intro]
G C G D Em C G D G

[Verse 1]
G               C        Em              D
Born out in the country, raised out on a farm
G      C         Em   D       C
Got my education out behind a barn
G               C       G            D
Left one Sunday morning in a driving rain
Em                C                G          D        G
Hitchhiked to the freight yard and caught the railroad train

[Chorus]
G   C         G                D
Oh, engineer, let your whistle whine
Em         C                     G                C
Oh, get me out of here, a little further down the line

[Verse 2]
G                C               Em            D
I've been to California and I've been to New Orleans
G                C        Em   D       C
Been to New York City and everywhere between
G                  C            G          D
I've eat beans and taters, your finest caviar
Em                  C           G         D      G
Drank brandy from a snifter and moonshine from a jar

[Chorus]
G   C         G                D
Oh, engineer, let your whistle whine
Em         C                     G                C
Oh, get me out of here, a little further down the line

[Fiddle Solo]

[Verse 2]
G                 C             Em            D
Spent a year in a prison with a number for my name
G                C           Em   D        C
Fed me bread and water, tied to a ball and chain
G                    C                        G                D
I swore the day they slammed the door and the jailer locked me in
Em                  C                G         D      G
If they ever let me outta here, I'll never go back again

[Chorus]
G   C         G                D
Oh, engineer, let your whistle whine
Em         C                     G                C
Oh, get me out of here, a little further down the line

[Mandolin/Banjo Solo]

[Verse 4]
G                               Em                D
Been dreaming of the day when I return back to my home
G                                   Em    D       C
That's where I want to settle down, never more to roam
G           C           G               D
Sit me on a tractor and point me to the field
Em                C              G        D      G
And I will plow a furrow with my hands up on the wheel

[Chorus]
G   C         G                D
Oh, engineer, let your whistle whine
Em         C                     G                C
Oh, get me out of here, a little further down the line
G   C         G                D
Oh, engineer, let your whistle whine
Em         C                     G                C
Oh, get me out of here, a little further down the line

[Banjo Out]

            
            
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