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Good Light In Broome Acoustic chords

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Am G F C

   Am                  G          F            C
I was hanging round in Sydney and I was going down
     Am          G           F                C
I'd done too many parties my money was runnin out
Am            G           F          C
Then I met an old man who lived all a-lone        
Am                  G           F             C
He had two dogs for company and that's all he owned         
       F           C               Am      G
He was saving up his pension for a one way fare
      F            C                 Am            G
Said that when he had enough he was getting out of there               
F       C            Am
I said "really, what are you gonna do?"                       
              G         
He smiled and said "there's
F             C
good light in Broome"

Am      G       F       C


[Chorus]

G                        F               C
Good light in Broome and I'll be  there  soon         
G                          F     C
I know exactly  what I'm a gonna do            
G                F            C
Sit on the beach Stare at the moon          
Am          G             F             C
Haven't you heard there's good light in Broome


   Am         G           F             C
I went out to Queensland working in the sheds
Am            G           F      C
Met a girl in Quilpie and we got wed
Am              G    F             C
Moved up to the Gulf had our first born
Am                  G             F              C
We were livin' in a caravan I was working on the prawns
F                C          Am             G      
Came home from a stormy sea She'd up and gone 
F      C                Am                        
Left a note for me ...... "I'm sick of you"
              G            F             C
That's when I felt there's good light in Broome

Am G F C X2


Am            G              F        C
I headed down south couldn't take the hint
Am           G          F      C
Saw a lot of pubs had a lot to drink 
Am                   G        F             C
I was running pretty ragged I didn't hardly eat
Am             G             F               C        
I was thinking about her and what she did to me
F           C           Am      G
There was a road and a hair-pin bend
F           C       Am       G
Then I woke up in a hospital bed
F           C             Am
"How do you feel?" said a voice in the room
           G               F             C
I gave the answer "There's good light in Broome"

Am G F C x2

Am                   G         F                    C
Went trucking out of Melbourne back and forwards to Perth
Am             G           F             C
It didn't take long and it seemed like a curse
Am           G                  F                  C
My eyes were on the road but my mind was somewhere else
Am            G       F             C
When I pulled in to a Nullarbor roadhouse
F             C              Am               G     
Waitress came over and she's there looking at me
F            C           Am             G
She asked me how I was I said "bit ordinary"
F         C              Am
She said "I thought that might be your tune"
              G               F             C
I said "don't tell me there's good light in Broome"

Am G F C x2

Am            G
When I get to Cable Beach
          F              C
I'll fall right into the sea
Am      G                     F                C
With my clothes still on I'll plunge under the waves
Am          G         F     C
And all the dirt will drain away
F             C      Am           G
And just like Bunjil I'll get two dogs
F         C            Am        G
And every evening I'll walk them along
       F           C       Am
On the edge of the country take in the view
            G             F             C
Just like I heard there's good light in Broome 

Am G F C X 2

            
            
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milkinsj1 10 Aug 21, 2017 07:01 AM

Bewdy - thanks for this one.

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OzSolo 78 Sep 16, 2017 12:28 AM

Great tune to play when you're 'on the sauce'😉. You're welcome.

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