Capo on the 4th. Special thanks to artificialxlife for providing that information. Picking pattern (strings not frets): G 6~42343 Em 5~42343 C 5~42343 D 5~42343 [Verses] G Em You can tell Gayle, if she calls, C D that I'm famous now for all of these rock and roll songs. G Em C D And even if that's a lie, she should've given me a try. Em D C G When we were kids on the field of the first day of school. Em D C I would've been her fool. Em D C G And I would've sang out your name in those old high school halls. G D G Em C D You tell that to Gayle, if she calls. G Em And you can tell Jane, if she writes, C D that I'm drunk off all these stars and all these crazy Hollywood nights. G Em C D That's total deceit, but she should've married me. Em D C G And tell her I spent every night of my youth on the floor, Em D C bleeding out from all these wounds. Em D C G I would've gotten her a ride out of that town she despised. G D G G You tell that to Janey, if she writes. Em C G D But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes Em C G D that will cut you to ribbons sometimes. Em C G D And all you can do is just wait by the moon Em C G D Em and bleed if it's what she says you oughta do. Em G D A Em C G D Em D C G G D G G Em You remind Anna, if she asks why, C D that a thief stole my heart while she was making up her mind. G Em heard she lives in Brooklyn with the cool, C D goes crazy over that New York scene on 7th Avenue. Em D C G But I used to wait at the diner, a million nights without her, Em D C praying she won't cancel again tonight. Em D C G And the waiter served my coffee with a consolation sigh. G D G G You remind Anna, if she asks why. Em Em C C D D G G Tell her it’s alright Em Em C C D D Em You-know-it's-hard to tell you this. D C G Em D C C Em Oh-it's-hard to tell you this. D C G G D G Here's looking at you, Kid.