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Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Song: Tuesday's Gone


[Verse]

A          E  F#m          D
Train roll on, on down the line, 
A         E                  D
Won't you please take me far away? 
A                   E   F#m         D
Now I feel the wind blow outside my door, Means I'm
A          E     D
leaving my woman behind. 


[Chorus]

A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         E             D
My baby's gone with the wind.


[Instrumental]


[Verse]

A           E    F#m           D
And I don't know, oh where I'm going. 
A              E       D
I just want to be left alone. 
A                     E   F#m       D
Well, when this train ends I'll try again, lord I'm  
A              E        D
I'm leaving my woman at home.


[Chorus]

A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A          E            D
My baby's gone with the wind,

Train roll on, Tuesday's gone


[Instrumental/Solo]


[Verse]

A     E   F#m                    D
Train roll on many miles from my home, see I'm 
A             E     D
I'm riding my blues away. 
A            E   F#m            D
Tuesday, you see, she had to be free, Lord but 
A                E            D
But somehow I've got to carry on, oh yeah.


[Chorus]

A     E   F#m                    D
Train roll on, my baby's gone,
A             E     D
I'm ridin my blues baby...etc.
A          E  F#m          D
Train roll on, on down the line, 
A         E                  D
Won't you please take me far away? 
A                   E   F#m         D
Now I feel the wind blow outside my door, Means I'm
A          E     D
leaving my woman behind. 

A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         E             D
My baby's gone with the wind.


[Instrumental]


[Verse]

A           E    F#m           D
And I don't know, oh where I'm going. 
A              E       D
I just want to be left alone. 
A                     E   F#m       D
Well, when this train ends I'll try again, lord I'm  
A              E        D
I'm leaving my woman at home.


[Chorus]

A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         E             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A         G             D
Tuesday's gone with the wind. 
A          E            D
My baby's gone with the wind,

Train roll on, Tuesday's gone


[Instrumental/Solo]


A     E   F#m                    D
Train roll on many miles from my home, see I'm 
A             E     D
I'm riding my blues away. 
A            E   F#m            D
Tuesday, you see, she had to be free, Lord but 
A                E            D
But somehow I've got to carry on, oh yeah.


[Chorus]

A     E   F#m                    D
Train roll on, my baby's gone,
A             E     D
I'm ridin my blues baby...etc..

            
            
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pslbud 61 Mar 29, 2007 05:45 AM

This sounds right to me but I'm a novice, feel free to correct me though as I want to know the correct chords. Go easy on me if i'm wrong...lol (ya right)

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Ashers 10 Mar 29, 2007 12:03 PM

its better than the other version on here, cheers. such a great song

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aig91 4,357 Mar 29, 2007 04:16 PM

It's pretty good. The only thing I can see that is wrong is that in the 2nd chorus (and every chorus after the 2nd one) the chords are A, G, and D 3 times before going to A, E, then D. Other than that it is perfect. ****

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