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Midnight In Harlem Chords

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Tedeschi Trucks Band - Midnight In Harlem

Capo 2

*NOTE* - This version is in standard tuning, NOT in open E.  


Intro
D    Em


D
Well, I came to the city
Em
I was running from the past
D
My heart was bleeding
Em
And it hurt my bones to laugh
D
Stayed in the city
Em
No exception to the rules, to the rule
D
He was born to love me
Em
I was raised to be his fool, his fool


G         A     G          A
Walk that line, torn apart
G          A          D
Spend your whole life trying
G         A      G         A
Ride that train, free your heart
G             A     D
It's midnight up in Harlem


D
I went down to the river
Em
And I took a look around
D
There were old man's shoes
Em
There were needles on the ground
D
No more mysteries, baby
Em
No more secrets, no more clues
D
The stars are out there
Em
You can almost see the moon


A
The streets are windy
Bm
And the subway's closing down
A
Gonna carry this dream
Bm
To the other side of town.


G         A     G          A
Walk that line, torn apart
G          A          D
Spend your whole life trying
G         A      G         A
Ride that train, free your heart
G             A     D
It's midnight up in Harlem
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lmanthe wrote on January 10 2014, 03:01 pm, edited at 03:02 pm

A the streets are windy G#7 C#m7and the subways closing down that is without a capo played in E

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jennifer.parent wrote on September 23 2014, 03:38 pm, edited on September 24 2014, 03:11 am

See below.

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jennifer.parent wrote on September 24 2014, 03:05 am

Disregard last. Try this. It uses the original as a base, but fills in with some of the chord progressions... sounds best if you use a Bar Chord G on the 3rd fret for chorus and bridge and x2203x for G6.

Intro:
D Em F#m G6 (x2)

Verses:

D Em F#m G6
G Em G Em
D Em F#m G6
G Em G Em

Chorus:

G F#m D
G
G F#m D

Bridge:

F#m Bm
G
F#m Bm

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