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Seen My Man chords

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[Intro]
e|----0--0-------0--0-----0--0--------------0--0-------0--0-----0--0-----------|
B|----1--1-------1--1-----1--1--------------1--1-------1--1-----1--1-----------|
G|----0--0-------0--0--0--0--0--------------0--0-------0--0--0--0--0--2p0------|
D|----2--2--0h2--2--2-----2--2--0--2--------2--2--0h2--2--2-----2--2------2----|
A|-3--3--3-------3--3-----3--3-----------3--3--3-------3--3-----3--3-----------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
*this riff is played in place of "C" at the end of most lines*

[Verse 1]
C                                G7            C 
Seeming when I'm older that it's younger how I feel
C                              G7             C 
Learning that you only get the raw end of the deal
C                                     G7               C 
First one to the finish line, but the last one left to know
C                          G7               C
Second place adorns you no matter where you go

[Chorus]
G7                                    F
Well I've been out to Austin, back to Boston
           C
Where I've been
F             C              G7
Following the highways in my head
       C          G7
When I go back to Wisconsin
(strum once)
         F 
And when I come home again
    Am      G7                C
Has anybody out there seen my man?

[Interlude]
G7 C G7 C 

[Verse 2]
C                                G7                C 
Coming home reminds you that you ain't got long to go
C                                      G7              C
'Til you can't make it to the mailbox, not in all this snow
C                                       G7               C 
I hope you've got the time to keep that air between your lungs
C                                      G7                 C 
I hope you've got the hand to pull the plug when that day comes

[Chorus]
G7                                    F
Well I've been out to Austin, back to Boston
           C
Where I've been
F             C              G7
Following the highways in my head
       C          G7
When I go back to Wisconsin
(strum once)
         F 
And when I come home again
    Am      G7                C 
Has anybody out there seen my man?

[Interlude]
G7 C G7 C x2

[Verse 3]
C                              G7                C 
Hippodromes and hedons sipping Seagram's from my mug
C                                G7                C 
Pills and all the parties that we sweep beneath the rug
C                               G7               C 
Figuring that loving's just the kind of dice you throw
C                              G7            C
Can a cactus and a lily find a common pot to grow?

[Chorus]
G7                                    F
Well I've been out to Austin, back to Boston
           C
Where I've been
F             C              G7
Following the highways in my head
       C          G7
When I go back to Wisconsin
(strum once)
         F 
And when I come home again
    Am      G7                C       G7 C
Has anybody out there seen my man?
    Am      G7                C      
Has anybody out there seen my man?

[Outro]
C

            
            
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mcolomaio 10 May 10, 2017 05:21 PM

I play it on an open fret and I'm able to sing it up the octave, so if you can't reach some of the notes that might be a useful tip!

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robhobstone 23 May 10, 2017 05:32 PM, edited at 09:32 pm

It sounds a little smoother on the banjo if you keep it an open G instead of G7. But otherwise awesome! And such a good song!

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