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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

Rick Roberts    Glad To Be Going   written by Rick Roberts


A           Bm
Now I could tell you stories
                         A
About how much I hate to go
            Bm
And I could swear  I'm sorry
                         A
But I just can't believe no
        F#m               E
Well if we were more than strangers
           D       D/C#  Bm  B7
You'd have seen it long  ago
       A          D
So I'm glad to be going
     A                           D
It's time for me to hit the road again
    A          D
I'm glad to be going
G           Bm                A
Maybe I can write you now and then
Bm
Don't don't try to tell me
                            A
We need to give it one more try
            Bm
How can you hope to sell me
                                A
When you can not look me in the eyes
            F#m                E
You say you don't know why I'm leaving
        D        D/C#   Bm B7
That is half the reason why
       A          D
So I'm glad to be going
     A                           D
It's time for me to hit the road again
    A          D
I'm glad to be going
G             Bm                A
Maybe you can write you now and then

SOLO

A Bm
You say it was not you
                              A
You say it's me who closed my heart
Bm
I say that just might be true
                                             A
But  then you just might be whistling in the dark
       F#m             E
And it really does not matter
         D           D/C#  Bm B7
Right or wrong we're still apart
       A          D
So I'm glad to be going
     A                           D
It's time for me to hit the road again
    A          D
I'm glad to be going
G           Bm                A
Maybe I can write you now and then


                From The "She Is A Song" LP
                A & M Records  1973

            
            
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