OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.davidmyles.com/ Artist: David Myles Song: When it comes my Turn Album: Things Have Changed Tuning: Standard - Capo on 1st Fret This is a great, catchy folk song that I first heard last night on CBC and I couldn't get it out of my head since. I went on Youtube today and found a bunch of videos of David Myles performing this song live. I'll be ordering his CD soon, but for now, this tab reflects live versions I've seen on t.v. and youtube. I haven't heard the album version, so please forgive any variations. The song's very simple. Myles starts by playing an E chord, and hammering on the G string and probably doing something on the B string? This is the basic outline, sounds 100% correct to my ears. Start on E A E I’m getting old but I’m not old yet B E I’m already worried that I might forget A How to laugh, how to love E How to live, how to learn B A E I want to die with a smile when it comes my turn I don’t want to get weary, don’t want to get bored Don’t want to get tired, walking down this road I’ve seen that happen so many times I just want to believe that its still worth trying Chorus But I know that it’s easier said than done And I ain’t that different from anyone I worry about my money, got bills that I can’t pay I swear I’m more like my father everyday Chorus Maybe I’ll start bowling, maybe I’ll play bridge Maybe I’ll join a band with my own grandkids I don’t care if it kills me I’m gonna do what it takes To keep some warmth in my heart and a smile on my face Chorus End on E.