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Mark Erelli - Baltimore


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
G   A7 C F  G   F G  F

[Verse 1]
        C                F             C   F
It's an eight hour drive up to Somerville
           C
To Somerville
           G
To Somerville
        C                       F                      C     F
I got a big cup of coffee and a bottle of little white pills
             Am7
Little white pills
             G
Little white pills


[Verse 2]
           C           F                     C     F
I turn the radio up, I just want to hear the sound
             C
Of someone's voice
          G
Someone's voice
          C        F                    C   F
Mr. State Trooper, please don't stop me now
             Am7
I can't slow down 
         G
I got no choice


[Verse 3]
                       C             F                C
I come flying o'er the Delaware and across the Tappan Zee
          F               C                       G
Wondering what I got to do to make you reconsider me
             C                       F
Well, Honey, don't turn me back from your door
       C       Dm       F        C
I come all the way from Baltimore


[Verse 4]
        C                    F              C    F
I got a pawn shop ring and a yellow rose bouquet
              C
Honey, that I bought
                 G
In a cheap truck stop
       C               F                 C       F
Hardly seems enough to prove to you I've changed
               Am7
Well, maybe it ain't 
               G
But it's all I got


[Verse 5]
                          C                 F         C
I know you've had all the heartache you can take from me
     F               C                            G
So I won't make no excuses for the fool I used to be
             C                       F
Well, Honey, don't turn me back from your door
       C       Dm       F        C
I come all the way from Baltimore


]Instrumental]
G    F  C  F  C    G  C  Am7    F  C  Dm  F  C


[Verse 6]
        C                       F         C   F
It's an eight hour drive, but I did it in six
                C
Oh, I did it in six
                  G
Yeah, I did it in six
            C                      F                 C    F
There was a time I thought I could live without your kiss
             Am7
Now I ain't ashamed
                       G
To let you see me like this


[Verse 7]
                      C          F           C
Like a moth circling 'round your front porch light
       F               C                         G
Like a ship out on the ocean, to a beacon in the night
           C    G/B Am  C       F
Ah, Baby I made my  way to your door
           G       Dm       F        C
And I come all the way from Baltimore
           G       Dm       F        C
And I come all the way from Baltimore
           G       Dm       F        C
And I come all the way from Baltimore

            
            
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