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Train Kept A Rollin Acoustic chords

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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. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
The Train Kept A-Rollin chords for acoustic guitar
The Yardbirds (Johnny Burnette & the Rock'N'Roll Trio Tiny Bradshaw, Howie Kay & Lois Mann)

E7 E 2x
A 
E7 E
B7 A E7 E

           E7             E
I caught a train, I met a dame. 
          E7                       E
She was a hepster, and a real gone dame. 
        A
She was pretty, from New York City. 
       E
And we trucked on down that ol' fair lane. 
        B7             A
With a "heave!" and a "ho!" 
        E7                    E
Well, I just couldn't let her go. 

     E7    E
Get along, sweet little woman, get along 
     E7    E
Get along, better be on your way. 
     A
Get along, sweet little woman, 
     E7    E
Get along, better be on your way. 
        B7             A
With a "heave!" and a "ho!" 
        E7                    E
Well, I just couldn't let her go. 

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          E7           E       E7
Well, the train kept a-rollin' all night long.
                 E       E7           
The train kept a-rollin' all night long. 
    A
The train kept a-movin' all night long. 
    E7           E       E7
The train kept a-rollin' all night long. 
        B7             A
With a "heave!" and a "ho!" 
        E7                    E
Well, I just couldn't let her go. 

break

          E7          E
We made a stop in Albuquerque. 
              E7                 E
She must have thought that I's a real gone jerk. 
               A
We got off the train at El Paso, 
    E7                          E
Our lovin' was so good, Jack, I couldn't let her go. 
     B7    E7                       E
Get along, sweet little woman, get along

     E7    E
Get along, sweet little woman, 
     E7    E
Get along, better be on your way. 
     A
Get along, sweet little woman, 
     E7    E
Get along, better be on your way. 
        B7             A
With a "heave!" and a "ho!" 
        E7                    E
Well, I just couldn't let her go. 

          E7           E       E7
Well, the train kept a-rollin' all night long.
                 E       E7           
The train kept a-rollin' all night long. 
    A
The train kept a-movin' all night long. 
    E7           E       E7
The train kept a-rollin' all night long. 
        B7             A
With a "heave!" and a "ho!" 
        E7                    E
Well, I just couldn't let her go. 


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motjuste 30 Jan 04, 2015 07:33 AM

Well done! Nice and simple. One suggestion. A B7 could be used as the "turn around" chord at the end of each verse and chorus as desired for effect.

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