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Coming Into Los Angeles ukulele

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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. #

From: mzraly@ra.cs.umb.edu (Michael S Zraly)
Subject: Re: Arlo Guthrie (also INTRO CRDS, "Coming Into Los Angeles")

mattb@wam.umd.edu (Mathew Anthony Barlow) writes:
>I would **love** to see some Arlo Guthrie songs ... Coming into Los Angeles,
>Last Train, Darkest Hour, Last to Leave, Cooper's Lament.  Too much a
>beginner to have anything to post in exchange but I will, have patience.

"Alice's Restaurant" is at ftp.nevada.edu.

As for "Coming Into Los Angeles", it starts out something like

Am      Am/G     D9/F#   D9/F#
 .  .    ___ ___  .  .   ___ ___
/  /    / / / /  /  /   / / / /

F       F       E       E7
 .  ___  .  ___  ___     ___ ___
/  / /  /  / /  /  /    / / / /

Where the chords are

Am      - 0 2 2 1 0
Am/G    3 0 2 2 1 0
D9/F#   2 0 0 2 1 0
F       1 3 3 2 1 1
E       0 2 2 1 0 0
E7      0 2 2 1 3 0

I, too, would love to see music for the songs you mentioned.

Coming Into Los Angeles
by Arlo Guthrie


Am        Am/G      D/F#      F         E7        C
002210    302210    200232    133211    020100    332010

Am             Am/G        D/F#         F
Coming in from London from way over the pole

C                   E - E7
Flying in a big air-liner

Am             Am/G         D/F#      F
Chicken flying everywhere a-round the plane

C                       E - E7
Could we ever feel much finer

Am          Am/G    D    Am           Am/G      D
Coming into Los Angeles, Bringin in a couple of keys

Am             Am/G       D/F#          F       C - E - E7
Don't touch my bag if you please mister customs man

There's a guy with a ticket to Mexico
No he couldn't look much stranger
Walking in the hall with his things and all
Smiling, said he was the Lone Ranger


NOTE: There is an instrumental after this that I do not have the
TAB for - sorry....

There's a woman walking on the moving floor
Tripping on the escalator
There's a man in the line and she's blowing his mind
Thinking that he's already made her


Repeat first verse.

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