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Chords Used:

          E   A   D   G   B   E
A#maj    {6} {8} {8} {7} {6} {6}
D#maj    {11}{13}{13}{12}{11}{11}
Fmaj     {13}{15}{15}{14}{13}{13} or {1}{3}{3}{2}{1}{1}

[Picking]

fig. 1
e|------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3/-8-8-8-8-8-8\-3-3-3-3-3-3-3/10-10-10-10-10-10-\-|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-/6-6-6-6-6-6-\1-1-1-1-1-1-1-/8--8--8--8--8--8--\-|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|

[Intro]
(Play chords Softly Or Picking fig. 1)

A#maj
Gotta get goin', cause I can't stay here long, now.
      D#maj                                 A#maj
Cause I'm tierd of the way, I've been dogged around.
            Fmaj                               A#maj
Well I've got to roam maybe find me a brand-new home.

[Verse 1]

[Play Lowder]

A#maj
I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go?
       D#maj                                   A#maj
I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go?
         Fmaj                                   A#maj
I'm goin' to some place where I've never been before.

A#maj
I'm goin', I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine.
           D#maj                             A#maj
Well, I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine.
        Fmaj                                     A#maj
You can jump in the water and stay drunk all the time.

[Solo Сhords 1]

A#maj D#maj
A#maj F#maj A#maj

[Verse 2]

A#maj
I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away.
          D#maj                         A#maj
I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away.
        Fmaj                                           A#maj
All this fussin' and fightin' man you know I sure can't stay.

A#maj
Now Baby, packin' up the truck you know I got to leave today,
                                                 D#maj
just exacly where I'm goin' I can not say but, we might even leave
      A#maj
the USA
     Fmaj                             A#maj
It a brand-new game and I don't wanna play.

[Solo 2]

[Chords Over Solo]

A#maj D#maj
A#maj F#maj A#maj

[Verse 3]

A#maj            D#maj                  A#maj
No use of you runnin' or screamin' and cryin'.
              Fmaj                    A#maj
But you got a home man, long as I got mine.

[Mini Solo]

D#maj A#maj Fmaj
A#maj

A#maj                          D#maj                       A#maj
Gotta get goin' gotta get goin', gotta get goin' gotta get goin'
                  Fmaj                                     A#maj
Gotta get goin'. Well I'm goin', Well I'm goin'.. One More.

(play Chords Softly Or Picking fig. 1)

A#maj
Gotta get goin', I can't stay here long, now.
      D#maj                                 A#maj
Cause I'm tierd of the way I've been dogged around.
            Fmaj                              A#maj D#maj A#maj
Well I've got to roam maybe find me a brand new....


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lcook1227 10 Dec 04, 2015 09:36 PM

I'm pretty sure this song was about leaving the city and going to the country. Everybody at Woodstock, for good reason, was talking about Vietnam and maybe somebody from Canned Heat said something about that regarding this song, but it seems quite a stretch to think it was written with the war in mind. I also think it sounds just as high and just as good to put a capo on the first fret and play A-D-E. It's kind of difficult on my guitars to play chords on the 13th to 15th frets. You could also play the D# and the F on the 6th and 8th frets if you wanted, but this sounds fine when I play it along with Canned Heat.

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