The World at Large Capo 4 C: xx0232 G6: x02222 Am: X24432 F: 355433 Just play the chords or do an arpeggio on the first three strings. C Ice-age heat wave, can't complain. G6 If the world's at large, why should I remain? Am Walked away to another plan. F Gonna find another place, maybe one I can stand. C G6 I move on to another day, to a whole new town with a whole new way. Am Went to the porch to have a thought. F Got to the door and again, I couldn't stop. C You don't know where and you don't know when. G6 But you still got your words and you got your friends. Am Walk along to another day. F Work a little harder, work another way. C Well uh-uh baby I ain't got no plan. G6 We'll float on maybe would you understand? Am Gonna float on maybe would you understand? F Well I'll float on maybe would you understand? C-G6-Am-F C The days get shorter and the nights get cold. G6 I like the autumn but this place is getting old. Am I pack up my belongings and I head for the coast. F It might not be a lot but I feel like I'm making the most. C The day's get longer and the nights smell green. G6 Am I guess it's not surprising but it's spring and I should leave. F C I like songs about drifters - books about the same. G6 They both seem to make me feel a little less insane. Am Walked on off to another spot. F I still haven't got anywhere that I want. C Did I want love? Did I need to know? G6 Am Why does it always feel like I'm caught in an undertow? F C-G6-Am-F C The moths beat themselves to death against the lights. G6 Adding their breeze to the summer nights. Am Outside, water like air was great. F I didn't know what I had that day. C Walk a little farther to another plan. G6 Am You said that you did, but you didn't understand. F C I know that starting over is not what life's all about. G6 But my thoughts were so loud, I couldn't hear my mouth. Am My thoughts were so loud, I couldn't hear my mouth. F My thoughts were so loud. C-G6-Am-F Repeat until fade-out.