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Old Train Tab

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I noticed there wasn't any Tony Rice material on here, so here we go.

Artist: Tony Rice
Song: Old Train
Album: Manzanita
Capo 3rd

Intro

e----5--3/2---------------------5--3------0-----------------------|
b------------3-----------3-------------4----1---------------------|
g---------------2------------------------------2--0---------------|
d------------------4---------------------------------2--0---------|
a----------------------------------------------------------2------|
E-----------------------------------------------------------------|


e-----------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------|
g-------------------------------------------------2---------------|
d----------0--2--0---------------------0--2---------4-------------|
a-----0--2----------3--4----0--2--4---------4---------------------|
E--3--------------------------------------------------------------|


e-----------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------|
g-----5--2--------------------------------------------------------|
d--0--------5--3--4--0-----0--------0-----------------------------|
a-----------------------3-----0h3------0--------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------3--2--1-----------------|


(D) (C)      (G)               (A)
Old train, I can hear your whistle blow
       (G)        (A)       (D)
and I won't, be jumping on again.
     (D) (C)           (G)         (A)
Old train, I've been everywhere ya go
       (G)        (A)              (D)
and I know, what lies beyond each bend.


(CHORUS)

 (G)            (A)                   (G)   (A)      (D)
Old train each time you pass, you're older than the last
        (A)    (E)            (A)
And it seems, I'm to old for running.
 (G)         (A)           (G)    (A)        (D)
I hear your rusty wheels scrape against the rail
                     (A)                          (G)
they cry with every mile, and I think I'll stay awhile.
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