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500 Miles                                               The Hooters 1989

The Hooters stammen aus den USA und sind bekannt dafür, Einflüsse aus Rock, Folk 
und Reaggae mit einander zu verbinden. Gegründet wurde die Band 1980.

So entstand auch die Version von 500 Miles. Der Song selbst wurde 1958 von Bobby 
Bare geschrieben mit einem allerdings anderen Text, sowie auch einem ganz anderen 
Genre. Das Original ist ein Country. Den Originaltext von Bobby Bare findet Ihr 
auf dem Folgeblatt.

Übernommen wurde dieser Song unter anderem von Joan Baez in den 60er Jahren.

Original Tonlage: Capo III = G-Moll

Intro: E - G - A - E - G - A 


E      G                  E            A              C
If you miss the train I'm on, you will know that I am gone,
        D                C              D
you can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.
          E                G                A                C
A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles,
        D                C              E
you can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.

        
Not a shirt on my back, not a penny to my name,
and the land that I once left is not my own.
Lord, I'm one, Lord, I'm two, Lord, I'm three, Lord, I'm four,
Lord I'm five hundred miles away from home.


A hundred tanks along the square, one man stands and stops them there,
someday soon the tide will turn and I'll be free.
I'll be free, I'll be free, I'll come home to my country,
someday soon the tide will turn and I'll be free.

If you miss the train I'm on, you will know that I am gone,
You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.
Lord, I'm one, Lord, I'm two, Lord, I'm three, Lord, I'm four,
Lord I'm five hundred miles away from home.

Lord, I'm five hundred miles away from home.


I'll be free, I'll be free, I'll come home to my country,
Lord I'm five hundred miles away from home.

E               G              A              C
Uhhh ---------- uhhh ---------- uhhh ---------- uhhh,
you can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.
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musicfun4you 41 Jan 28, 2014 06:22 AM

Aus welchen Gründen auch immer wurde die Moll-Chors in Dur gesetzt.

Berichtigung:

E = Em
A = Am

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