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Tulsa Time chords

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intro
A---7-6-5--------------7-6-5-----
E-----------7-6-5------------0-3b
then into E open chorded plam mute like

e----------------------|
B-0--00--x---0--00--x--|
G-1--11--x---1--11--x--|
D-2--22--x---2--22--x--|
A-2--22--x---2--22--x--|
E-0--00--x---0--00--x--|

And switch to a B7 - x21202 - same rythym

E                                                           B7 
I left Oklahoma, Drivin in my pontiac just about to lose my mind

I was headin to arizona maybe on to california, where the people all live 
    E
so fine.

My mama says im lazy, my baby calls me crazy. I was gonna show em all this 
B7
time.  That you know I aint no fool and I dont need no more schoolin i was
                      E
born to just walk the line.

E                                    B7
Livin on Tulsa time...livin on tulsa time

Gonna sety my watch back to it cuz you know i been through it, i was born 
                 E
to just walk the line.

(whole song played same way)

Well there I was in hollywood, wishin i was doin good.
Talkin on the telephone line.
But they dont need me in the movies and nobody sings my songs guess im just waistin time.
Well then i got to thinkin, man im really sinkin.


.... (i forget last line) ill remember it and add it to comments or edit tab.  Enjoy

            
            
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guitartim61 10 Oct 01, 2012 07:41 PM

Although recorded by Don Williams, Tulsa Time was written by Danny Flowers, one of Nashville's finest writers and guitarists. Danny was on tour with Don snowed in at a Tulsa hotel watching The Rockford Files when he wrote this. The song was recorded by Don Williams and Eric Clapton.

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