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Mr Bluesman ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Sun, 5 Apr 1998 20:09:39 +0200 (CEST)
From: Peter Eybert 
Subject: CRD: Mr Bluesman by Richie Sambora

Mr. Bluesman

written by Richie Sambora
performed by Richie Sambora
from "Stranger in this town", 1991
transcribed by Peter Eybert 


G D Aadd9   G D Aadd9

(Pattern 1)
         A
He was a man,
  G               D            Asus2  A13   Asus2 A13
a ramblin' man he was, yes, he was.
          Asus2
Guitar in hand,
    G               D                        A  A13  A A13
his home was on the road and that's where he was.

(Pattern 2)
C
He's seen a thousand roads,
     D
he's been a million miles,
C
and when he'd bend a note,
  D                  G D C
a tear would fill my eyes.
              D
Where are you playin'
    Esus4 E     Esus4     Esus4 E
Mr. Bluesman,         Mr. Bluesman.

G D A

(Pattern 1)
Town to town
honkytonks and dives all look the same
his gypsy heart
keeps his shadow ridin' through the rain

(Pattern 2)
A graveyard full of scars
his life will paint his songs
'cos when you're on the road
there's nowhere you belong you're just alone
where are you playin'
Mr. Bluesman, Mr. Bluesman.

(Solo)

(Pattern 2)
He's seen a thousand roads,
he's been a million miles,
and when he'd bend a note,
a tear would fill my eyes.
Where are you playin'
Mr. Bluesman, Mr. Bluesman.

(Pattern 1)
I've paid some dues
now I make my living as a music man, yes I do,
I play the blues
I guess the blues must be just what I am.

(Pattern 2)
A graveyard full of scars
his life will paint his songs
'cos when you're on the road
there's nowhere you belong you're just alone.
Where are you playin'
Mr. Bluesman, Mr. Bluesman.

(Pattern 2)
He's seen a thousand roads,
he's been a million miles,
and when he'd bend a note,
a tear would fill my eyes
where are you playin'
Mr. Bluesman, Mr. Bluesman.

G D A  G D A
G D A  G D A


Asus2 = x02200
Aadd9 = x07600
A13   = x04033
Esus4 = 022200

--
pjoe@charon.muc.de

            
            
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