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Theme From An Imaginary Western Acoustic chords

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This is an Interpretation of Michael Steele and Crash Wisdom's version of a Jack Bruce classic with changes in the guitar solo arrangement as well as some lyric changes. Based on their live performance in 1994 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDKcskyZoqc. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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"Theme From an Imaginary Western"
written by Jack Bruce
Michael Steele and Crash Wisdom
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDKcskyZoqc
For more info on Michael Steele, visit: micki-steele.net
Crash Wisdom was the short-lived side band of Bangle, Michael Steele. No albums or
any studio recordings had been found until now. The only recording of them
was from a bootleg of their 10-song live shows in 1994.
This version is very similar to Jack Bruce's original except for some changes made
in the guitar solo part.

Note: Chords for the 12-string guitar used by Ms. Steele; 
      Capo on 2; Use standard chords if not provided.
A7/G    - 302020
G/F#    - 2x0033
Bm11    - x24230

[Intro]  
G   G/F#    Em      G   G/F#    Em

[Verse 1]
         G      G/F#        Em           A7    A7/G   F
When the wagons   leave the city for the forest   and further on
         G     G/F#      Em             A7           C
Painted wagons    of the morning, dusty roads where they've gone
          G         G/F#           Em                A7     A7/G     F
Sometimes travellin'   through the darkness, met the summer   comin' home
       G    G/F#      Em     Em7          C       A7         G    G/F#
Fallen faces   by the wayside,  looked as if they might have known

[Chorus]
       Em               Bm11           Em         Bm11
Oh the sun was in their eyes,  and the desert was dry
       C       G                  Em       A        C
In the country towns, where their laughter sounds.

[Verse 2]
        G         G/F#   Em              A7    A7/G        F
Oh the dancing and   the singing and the music   when they played
       G    G/F#         Em                A7             C
Oh the fires   that they started along the road with no regrets
                 G     G/F#               Em               
Sometimes they found it,   sometimes they kept it
       A7     A7/G    F
Often lost it   along the way
       G         G/F#     Em     Em7           C             A7           G   G/F#
Fought each other   to possess it,   sometimes died with the sun in their eyes.

[Chorus]
       Em               Bm11            Em         Bm11
Oh the sun was in their eyes,  and the desert was dry
       C       G                  Em       A        C
In the country towns, where their laughter sounds.

[Solo]
G   G/F#    Em   A7   F
G   G/F#    Em   C   A7   G  D 

[Chorus]
       Em               Bm11           Em         Bm11
Oh the sun was in their eyes,  and the desert was dry
       C       G                  Em       A        C
In the country towns, where their laughter sounds.

[Outro]
G   G/F#    Em   A7   F
G   G/F#    Em    C   A Em  
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