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Childs Song chords

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Tom Rush        Child's Song   written by Murray McLaughlan 

                                                
Tom Rush         vocals/acoustic guitar
Trevor Veitch    guitar
Duke Bardwell    bass
Warren Bernhardt piano
Herb Lovelle     drums

E       A                 E
Goodbye momma  goodbye to you too pa
F#m                                               A   Amaj7 
Little sister you'll have to wait a while to come along
E                A          E
Goodybye to this house and all it's memories
F#m                              A   Amaj7
We just got too old to say we're wrong
E      E/D#     E/C#      E/B   Amaj7
Got to make one last trip to my bedroom
E          E/D#    E/C#       E/B   Amaj7                   
Guess I'll have to leave some stuff behind
E          E/D#    D/C#     E/B     Amaj7
It's funny how the same old crooked pictures
E          E/D#     D/C#    E/B Amaj7
Just don't seem the same to me  tonight
E              A               E      
There ain't no use in  sheding lonely tears mamma
F#m                                  A   Amaj7
There ain't no use in shouting at me pa
E               A                E
I can't live no longer with your fears mamma
F#m                                  A Amaj7
I love you but that hasn't helped at all
E       E/D#    E/C#          E/B  Amaj7
Each of us must do the things that matter
E      E/D#     E/C#       E/B  Amaj7
All of us  must see what we can see
E      E/D#     E/C# E/B     Amaj7
It was long ago you  must remember
E        E/D#    E/C#      E/B       Amaj7
You were once as young and scared as me
E            A                  E 
I don't know how hard it is yet mamma
F#m                              A  Amaj7
When you relaize you're growning old
E          A                 E
I know how hard is not to be younger
F#m                                     A  Amaj7
I know you've tried to keep me from the cold
E          E/D#    E/C#        E/B   Amaj7
Thanks for all you done it may sound hollow
E         E/D#    E/C#            E/B   Amaj7
Thank you for the good times that we've known
E     E/D#      E/C#        E/B    Amaj7
But I must find my own road now to follow
E        E/D#   E/C#    E/B   Amaj7
You will all be welcome in my home
E          A               E
Got my suitacse I must go now
F#m                                A  Amj7
I don't  mind about the things you said
E         A                          E
I'm sorry Mom I don't know where I'm going
F#m                         A   Amqj7
Remember little sister look ahead
E        E/D#      E/C#    E/B   Amaj7    
Tomorrow I'll be   in some other sunrise
E     E/D#      E/C#    E/B   Amaj7
Maybe I'll have someone at my side
E                                 Amaj7
Mamma give your love back to your husband
E                                 Amaj7
Father you've have taught we well goodbye
E       A                    E   A   E              
Goodbye Mamma goodbye to you too pa


From Tom Rush
Columbia Records

            
            
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